Learn more about arts festivals in Europe and dig deeper in the rich cultural offer we have at our fingertips.
Prague Spring Festival - EFFE Laureate
Being considered as the most important arts event in Czechia, Prague Spring Festival annually provides top concerts to tens of thousands of music-lovers in concert halls and also millions of TV viewers and radio listeners.
Gogolfest - EFFE Laureate
Gogolfest, the international multidisciplinary festival of contemporary art that consists
of theatre, music, visual, education, children's program and residences, and also combines all directions together.
Ars Electronica - EFFE Laureate
For more than 30 years, Ars Electronica has been combining artistic and scientific encounters with social and cultural phenomena by carrying out symposias, exhibitions and performances.
Saodat Ismailova and Beki Probst to zoom into the arts and the film markets at EFFE Awards Salon
Saodat Ismailova and Beki Probst are confirmed speakers at at the upcoming EFFE Awards Salon on 26 September in BOZAR.
Festival del Silenzio - EFFE Laureate
Festival of Silence must surely be one of the most ground-breaking event in Europe by creating a festival that is accessible to deaf and people who use sign language as native or second language.
Dark Music Days - EFFE Laureate
In the middle of dark and long Icelandic winter, Dark Music Days brings contemporary and new music to Reykjavík with an emphasis on Icelandic compositions and performers.
Music Biennale Zagreb - EFFE Laureate
Music Biennale Zagreb represents the diversity and creativity of the Croatian and international contemporary music scene. Antun Tomislav Šaban, in interview with Simon Mundy, explains his views on the festival's success.
EFFE Awards 2019-2020: Romeo Castellucci, artists and the arts in focus at EFFE Awards Salon
Romeo Castellucci is confirmed laudator in honour of Frie Leysen during the EFFE Awards Salon at BOZAR, Centre for Fine Arts Brussels on 26 September.
Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival - EFFE Laureate
Kassel Dokfest includes short and feature documentary films and artistic-experimental productions, it provides an intimate atmosphere with an international approach and a strong focus on new media. In interview with festival director Gerhard Wissner, he shares his insights on festival's current and historical stance with Simon Mundy.
Sofie & Carlo episode 7
Somewhere in Europe a festival is underway. Every day brings a crisis. Somehow the big people in charge only ever arrive at the end. Only the two young interns, Sofie and Carlo, stand between triumph and disaster.
Baltic Circle Theatre Festival - EFFE Laureate
After 19 years, Baltic Circle Theatre Festival continues to be a meeting place for theatre professionals still, as well as a showcase for contemporary trends. The festival questions what theatre is and what it could be, and this year it has seen a wide international representation.