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Resonate day program will be hosted at Kolarac and Kinoteka, while intensive workshops will take place at Parobrod.
Yugoslav Film Archive (Kinoteka) is a film archive located in Belgrade. It is a founding member of the International Federation of Film Archives and was the national film library of the former Yugoslavia and currently of the Republic of Serbia. It is a home of one of the biggest film archives in Europe.
Dom omladine Beograda has gained a cult status as a gathering place for young people of Belgrade. Activities of the cultural center are carried out in six auditoriums (five of which are multifunctional), halls, as well as at a remote Magacin club – all covering a total of over 5,000 square meters. It accommodates over 2,000 visitors (for stand-up events), with a cumulative of 500 seats.
Pro3or is an independent platform and gallery dedicated to the promotion and development of contemporary art practices, tendencies in art and public discussion, with particular focus on young authors and artists.
KC GRAD was opened on April 16, 2009. It is a product of a joint initiative of the Cultural Front Belgrade and the Amsterdam Felix Meritis Foundation. KC Grad is situated in an old 1884 warehouse located in the old, neglected and rundown industrial neighborhood in the very heart of Belgrade, on the banks of the Sava River.