LONDON (UK) – Algerian painter, Anissa Berkane, is exhibiting as of Saturday and for five weeks, at the P21 Gallery in London, UK. The exhibition features a collection of twenty paintings entitled "Dhikr Pictural".
ALGIERS- The 8th International Film Festival of Algiers (FICA) opened Friday evening, in Algiers, with the screening of the documentary “Jean Ziegler, The Optimism of Willpower,” in tribute to the course of this activist who embraced the fight against hunger in the world.
ORAN-Since 2014, the High Commission for Amazighity (HCA) has contributed to the translation of 15 to 20 books from Arabic and French into Tamazight as part of efforts for the promotion of the Amazigh language and culture, HCA Director of teaching and research announced Wednesday.
Mednine (Tunisia) - "The Eagle of the Desert," by Algerian filmmaker Khaled Channa, has won the second award at the fourth Maghreb Documentary and Scientific Film Festival in Mednine, Tunisia, the local media reported.
ALGIERS- Algerian coproduced films will compete, alongside 30 others at the 6th Arab-French Film Festival in Noisy-Le-Sec (Paris suburb), which lasts until December 5th, said the organizers.
ORAN-A partnership between the Opera of Algiers Boualem Bessaih and the regional theatre of Oran Abdelkader Alloula has been recently inked, Director General of the Theatre of Oran (TRO) told APS Sunday.
ALGIERS- Higher National Institute of Music has been named after Egyptian artist Mohamed Fawzi, the composer of Algeria's national anthem (Kassaman), Minister of Culture Azeddine Mihoubi said Saturday.
ALGIERS – Italian singer Elena Ledda performed Tuesday evening in Algiers traditional songs from Sardinia Island, west of Italy. The Italian singer gave the concert, in front of a small audience, came to enjoy pieces of Italian heritage, rich in Mediterranean rhythms and melodies, close to the Algerian musical heritage.
ILLIZI- The minister of Culture Azzedine Mihoubi said Sunday, in Illizi, that film studios will soon be created in the South of the country in order to promote the Algerian cinema.
AGADIR - "Zeus", a movie on the life and the political career of the Portuguese president Manuel Texeira Gomès (1862-1941), died in exile in Béjaia, received the Grand Prize of the 14th International Festival "Cinema and migrations" which wrapped up Saturday in Agadir (south of Morocco), local press reported.