Fashion TV to have Albanian fashion week

TIRANA, May.14 – The best know names of Albanian fashion, an industry that was born less than 15 years ago, will participate from May in a fashion week show that will be on Fashion TV. The TV has been popular

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Eurovision contest rejects Albanian ‘Plea’

TIRANA, May.14 – Out of the 28 competing songs in the European music contest only ten could make it to the next stage, and the Albanian “Hear My Plea” from Frederik Ndoci has not been selected for the second round.

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Albanian singer claims Eurovision Serb winner copied her music

TIRANA, May 15 – Soni Malaj, a well known Albanian singer, claims the first notes of her song were copied and used by Serbian singer Maria Serifovic, who won the Eurovision contest last week. Serifovic’s powerful ballad, Molitva, scored 268

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De Sicca’s ‘Amanti’- Italian nostalgia

TIRANA, May. 17- On its Thursday showings, the film school Marubi appealed to the nostalgia of Italian cinema, bringing a 1986 production of Vittorio de Sicca. The movie is ‘Amanti’ (Lovers) where Marcello Mastroiani stars along side Faye . Julai,

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Albania loses well-known painter Xhokaxhi

TIRANA, May. 8 – On Sunday, the Albanian art community lost the well-known painter, art professor and scene designer Ilia Xhokaxhi. He was one of the most professional artists actively involved in designing scenery for many Albanian movies, operas, modern

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Lynch’s classic “Blue Velvet” showing at Marubi

TIRANA, May. 8 – David Lynch, among America’s best known directors, released his classic movie, “Blue Velvet”, in 1986 and its intriguing plot captured the attention of a very wide audience. The movie revolves around a man returning to his

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Floating book store, Logos II, arrives in Durres

DURRES, May.11 – The motto of the ship-book store that arrived today at the port of Durres is “bringing knowledge, help and hope.” It will remain open to the Albanian public at a symbolic fee of 50 lek, until May

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“AL-EU-AL”- visual arts exhibition

TIRANA, May.11 – Today at the national museum in Tirana, Fatmir Velaj, President of Forum Weltoffen International organized the exhibition of 60 paintings and pictures, common works of him and Hannes Swoboda – Member of the European parliament. Velaj praises

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European Week brings alternative cinema

TIRANA, May. 5-9: To celebrate European Week, a variety of cultural activities such as photo exhibitions, classical music, choir concerts and dance performances are being staged in Tirana’s artistic sites, including the Academy of Arts and the National Theater of

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Gumball 3000 Rally brings luxurious cars to Albania

TIRANA, May 2 – Scores of luxurious cars of the Gumball 3000 Rally _ the celebrity-packed, high-speed dash across Europe in a variety of souped-up vehicles _ ‘occupied’ Mother Teresa square downtown capital Tirana Wednesday evening in an effort from

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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, May.14 - Out of the 28 competing songs in the European music contest only ten could make it to the next stage, and the Albanian "Hear My Plea" from Frederik Ndoci has not been selected for the second round. Though praised by international commentators as a good performance, Ndoci's song could not reach to the final stages in the show in Helsinki. 
However, the Serbian entry Molitva, performed by Marija Serifovic, which made it to the semi-final stage, went on to take the final prize at the final of 2007 Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki on Saturday night. The powerful ballad collected 268 votes and was consistently at the head of the field. Belgrade will host the show in 2008. 
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, May 15 - Soni Malaj, a well known Albanian singer, claims the first notes of her song were copied and used by Serbian singer Maria Serifovic, who won the Eurovision contest last week.
Serifovic's powerful ballad, Molitva, scored 268 points, beating Ukrainian drag queen Verka Serdyuchka who finished in second place. Russia was third, Turkey fourth and Bulgaria fifth. 
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A man who posted a video comparing the two songs side by side online said: "I knew this Albanian song long ago. It won a popular song competition called Top Fest that is organized yearly. As soon as I heard Serbia's song I realized it was plagiarized. I am not aware if they did it intentionally or not, but the similarity was obvious."
Macedonian composer Mariano Filipovski, or Maki, said that his song for Soni Malaj, titled "Separation," was made up of 50 percent of the Serb song. He added he was contacting experts to evaluate his charges and if proven he would take legal steps.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, May. 8 - On Sunday, the Albanian art community lost the well-known painter, art professor and scene designer Ilia Xhokaxhi. He was one of the most professional artists actively involved in designing scenery for many Albanian movies, operas, modern ballet and other artistic performances. His own work was displayed in several national and international exhibitions in Italy, Slovenia, USA, Hungary and France. He designed the lighthouse symbol for the city of Tirana and contributed to the education of young students through his commitment in the arts academy.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, May. 8 - David Lynch, among America's best known directors, released his classic movie, "Blue Velvet", in 1986 and its intriguing plot captured the attention of a very wide audience. The movie revolves around a man returning to his hometown after being away and his discovering a severed human ear in a field. Not satisfied with the police investigation, he and the detective's daughter carry out their own investigation. The object of the investigation turns out to be a beautiful and mysterious woman involved with a violent and perverse man. Marubi has brought to Albanian audiences several off-Hollywood classics such as Pedro Almadovar's "Carne Tremula" and other icon directors such as Jim Jarmusch.
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                    [post_content] => DURRES, May.11 - The motto of the ship-book store that arrived today at the port of Durres is "bringing knowledge, help and hope." It will remain open to the Albanian public at a symbolic fee of 50 lek, until May 23. The book store on board features more than 4000 titles ranging from literature through the arts.  
Logos II was purchased in 1989 by Educational Book Exhibits Ltd (EBE), a private, non-profit, charitable organization registered in the UK. Over 9 million visitors have been welcomed on board for tours, programs and visits to the floating book store. With stops in over 280 ports of call, this unique ship has visited 76 countries, including Africa, the Americas, Europe, the Near East and many island nations.  The ship is operated on behalf of EBE by Gute B
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, May.11 - Today at the national museum in Tirana, Fatmir Velaj, President of Forum Weltoffen International organized the exhibition of 60 paintings and pictures, common works of him and Hannes Swoboda - Member of the European parliament. Velaj praises the initiative as an opportunity to represent the Albanian hopes, fears and aspirations in the context of integration. The EU should see the importance of Albania and what the Albanian contemporary culture can contribute to the European one. 
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, May. 5-9: To celebrate European Week, a variety of cultural activities such as photo exhibitions, classical music, choir concerts and dance performances are being staged in Tirana's artistic sites, including the Academy of Arts and the National Theater of Opera and Ballet. Additionally, movies highlighting different European directors were shown at the Black Box of the Arts Academy. On Saturday, a movie from the Hungarian director Szabolcs Hajdu, "White Palms," brought together a crowd of nostalgic ex-students of Budapest, as well as a primarily international community, to view an uncommonly resonant sports drama in which a talented, yet troubled, gymnast comes to terms with a turbulent past. 
On Sunday, a professional adaptation by Dutch director Jeroem Krabbe, of Henry Mulisch's "Discovery Of Heaven", combined elements of fantasy and human psychology in a quasi-thriller of Christian mythology. The Discovery of Heaven tells the story of an angel-like being, who is ordered to return the stone tablets containing the ten commandments to Heaven. The Tablets given to Moses by God, symbolize in the book the link between Heaven and Earth. The divine being, however, cannot himself travel to Earth, and on several occasions in the book resorts to influencing events, being in effect a deliberate personification of deus ex machina. He affects the personal lives of three people (two men and one woman) in order that a child be conceived. This child would then have an innate desire to seek out and return the Tablets.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, May 2 - Scores of luxurious cars of the Gumball 3000 Rally _ the celebrity-packed, high-speed dash across Europe in a variety of souped-up vehicles _ 'occupied' Mother Teresa square downtown capital Tirana Wednesday evening in an effort from its organizers to help the tiny Balkan country promote tourism. Racers, who were coming from Macedonia and Athens, Greece, had started since April 29 to cover 3,000 miles (4,800 kilometers) through 17 countries.
There were 120 cars including several Bugatti Veyrons, Ferrari Enzo's, Lamborghini's, customized Rolls Royce's, The A-Team van and even a Turkish Taxi. Albania was added to this year's ninth annual race by request from the United Nations. With U.N. agencies working to support Albania's development and integration into the European Union, the international rally was seen as a way to bring attention to the country's potential as an eco- and cultural-tourism destination.
Prime Minister Sali Berisha participated at the welcome ceremony climbing on a Porsche and hailing people from there. The executive held a dinner inviting the 250 participating rallers.
"Albanians have been looking forward to this day because they come with the great message of peace, understanding, love and success. That (arrival) is a great honor for Albanians," said Berisha.
The rally was named after by a 1970s road race _ in which the prize was a gumball machine _ that inspired the movies "Gumball Rally" and "Cannonball Run." The rally has drawn attention and criticism in equal measure, with some past participants involved in accidents or arrested for speeding. The rally costs 10,000 pounds to enter.
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