From May 22 (6:30 p.m.) to May 27, 2023, the XXIII International Archaeological Film Festival will be held in the National Museum of Serbia, with Greece as the guest of honor. The organizer is the National Museum of Serbia in cooperation with the Hellenic Foundation for Culture, the Italian Institute for Culture, the Cervantes Institute, the Russian Geographical Society and the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Greek films "Return of the Lost" and "Twelve Decades of Discovery" will open the screening, and the choir of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture "Helenofonia", conducted by Nefeli Papoutsaki, will perform at the opening ceremony. This year's program includes 22 films from six countries: Greece (2), Italy (4), Spain (3), Russia (2), Iran (2) and Serbia (9). As in previous years, the selected films are characterized by high production values, a variety of approaches and attractive forms of interpretation of cultural heritage, thus enabling all those interested, lovers of ancient civilizations, vanished cultures and forgotten peoples to see the precious monuments of world heritage in a different way. The international archaeological film screening at the National Museum was held in Belgrade for the first time in 1998. From the very beginning, the Show was conceived as a review of the latest film productions of archeological documentary film, and a special curiosity is the fact that Belgrade is one of the few European cities whose cultural public, year after year, has the opportunity to meet the highest quality film productions, thanks to which we get to know different segments of unique and invaluable world cultural heritage. During the exhibition, film screenings will start every day at 7:00 PM in the National Museum of Serbia.
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