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Joao Salaviza: Macedonia and Portugal Nurture Identity through Movies

September 21, 2015, Monday // 15:20 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 519

The most awarded young director in the world, Portuguese Joao Salaviza, has been staying in Macedonia for the past ten days, with the aim to promote his latest movie 'Mountain'.

Poet Ghassan Zaqtan Believes West's Mistakes Led to Mass Migration

September 5, 2015, Saturday // 15:30 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 333

Life in exile has made me happy, I've learnt a lot about the others and myself, says Palestinian poet, novelist and editor Ghassan Zaqtan who participated at the Struga Poetry Evenings this year, Telegraf.mk reads.

One of Most Important Syrian Poets Says Revolutions in Arab World Brought New and Scarier Tyrants

August 28, 2015, Friday // 14:30 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 384

Islam should not be perceived as the evil of the contemporary world, says one of the greatest poets of the Arab world and one of the most significant authors in western European culture - Adonis, Telegraf.mk reads.

Golden Wreath Laureate Bei Dao Says He Does not Trust the World or History

August 27, 2015, Thursday // 15:45 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 212

Quiet, unobtrusive and honest are the main features of Chinese poet Bei Dao, the winner of this year's Golden Wreath Award presented by the Struga Poetry Evenings festival, Telegraf.

Golden Camera 300 Award Winner Ryszard Lenczewski Says Digital Compositing Cannot Be Allowed to Kill Emotions on Screen

August 26, 2015, Wednesday // 15:33 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 1568

With a work experience on more than 100 movies, many of which awarded, including an Oscar, Polish cinematographer Ryszard Lenczewski, is this year's winner of the Golden Camera 300 award presented by the Manaki Brothers Film Festival.

Petar Naumoski: Macedonia Heading to European Championship without Pressure or Fear

August 19, 2015, Wednesday // 12:56 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 310

We should not surrender before due time nor we should pressure players with unrealistic expectations, says Petar Naumoski, the head of the Macedonian Basketball Federation, in the eve of the European Championship.

Vesela Bogdanovic: A Classroom Should Be like an Open Window

March 16, 2015, Monday // 17:08 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 810

The teacher, who turns into a ferry during her classes, and pays attention to the needs of her students, says in an interview for Independent.

Hristina Ivanoska: We Will Try to Do Our Best at Venice 2015 Biennial

January 21, 2015, Wednesday // 16:10 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 3522

'We Are All Alone in This' is the title of this year's art project that is to represent Macedonia at the 2015 Venice Biennial, the work of couple Jane Calovski and Hristina Ivanovska.

Jordan Kamchev: Bulgaria, Macedonia Should Perform Jointly on Western Balkans

December 5, 2014, Friday // 20:45 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 584

An interview of Novinite.com with Jordan Kamchev, a Macedonian businessman , on the challenges ahead of Macedonia and its relations with Bulgaria.

Toma Fila: Macedonia Is My Country

October 24, 2014, Friday // 12:36 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 470

Jovanka Broz experienced a lot of goodness from Macedonians, says one of the most famous lawyers of the former Yugoslavia in an interview for Utrinski Vesnik daily.

Miroslav Masin: I Want the Person Next to Me to Match Me

October 22, 2014, Wednesday // 13:22 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 1913

One of Macedonia's best known contemporary artists, the man who spent time with monkeys in the zoo, arguing they were more noble than humans, the person that shocks and delights at the same time, had his latest exhibition opened in Skopje.

Dimitris Psaras: Forty Percent of Special Forces in Athens Voted for Golden Dawn

October 3, 2014, Friday // 16:52 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 286

People do not believe in politicians, the media and the democratic state, reads daily Dnevnik.

Nicholas Mickovski: Macedonians and Greeks in Rockdale Have Zero Tolerance Regarding the Issues of the Past

September 5, 2014, Friday // 19:57 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 4746

Nicholas Mickovski, councillor at the City of Rockdale, Syndey, Australia, from the Liberal Party has condemned Labor Councilor Andrew Tsounis' for inciting racial hatred between the Macedonian and Greek communities in Australia

Lustration Commission President Tome Adziev: At Least 400 Informers Waiting to Be Discovered

August 18, 2014, Monday // 23:29 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 238

Confident that he is on the right track despite the continuous public criticism, Tome Adziev has begun the new presidential term in the Lustration Commission a month ago, Dnevnik daily reports.

Kiril Kotevski: The Diaspora Needs to Understand Why It Should Vote and Invest in Macedonia

July 25, 2014, Friday // 14:33 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 896

Kiril Kotevski, representative of "Philip II of Macedonia" organization of the Macedonian diaspora in Denmark, spoke at the Fifth Annual Conference of Emigrant Organization, about the urgent need of engaging the members of the community there into activit