The countdown has started! As the organizers are packing up their digital or analogue files and markers, and the artists are packing up their digital or analogue works and thoughts, we all feel like we are already half there, in Tallinn, the European Capital of Culture 2011. We can already hear it buzzing with exciting events from morning till deep into the night and can't wait to be a part of it.
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At the closing ceremony on Saturday evening, the winner of the Languages through Lenses competition has been announced: Yael Leibel and Marco Resa (Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Rome) receive the "Best Video on Multilingualism of the Year 2011 by a Student" Award for Speaking two Languages. Read more »
Last night at the Dutch Embassy in Berlin, the Languages through Lenses shortlist has been announced. Three films from have been nominated for the "Best Video on Multilingualism of the Year 2011 by a Student": Carry-on, Missing the Train, and The Importance of Speaking two Languages. Read more »