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  1. “The Biggest Little Fest In Europe” - The Hollywood Reporter. Rated among the top 5 Film Festivals worldwide for Independent Films by American film critic Chris Gore in his esteemed “Ultimate Film Festival Guide”, and ranked “Top 25 Coolest Festivals in the World” by MovieMaker, Oldenburg has fostered its success with a strong commitment to innovative and Independent filmmaking.

  2. Sep 15, 2021 · Festival description (Edition: 28) Festival start: 15 September 2021 Festival end: 19 September 2021. “The Biggest Little Fest In Europe” - The Hollywood Reporter. Rated among the top 5 Film Festivals worldwide for Independent Films by American film critic Chris Gore in his esteemed “Ultimate Film Festival Guide”, and ranked “Top 25 ...

  3. Media City Film Festival is an annual international festival of film and digital art, presented in Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan since 1994. It is the only organization in the world to regularly present artists’ film on both sides of an international border.

  4. Jun 02, 2018 · Czech Ukulele festival, Unetice, near Prague When: 28-29 July Highlight: Delicious, straight-from-the-brewery-tap beer – plus the chance to participate in the world’s largest kazoo workshop

  5. Apr 06, 2020 · 15. Sziget Festival: The all-encompassing cultural party in Budapest (Hungary) Dates to be confirmed for 2021. Probably the biggest music and culture festival in Europe! The Sziget festival is a weeklong rock festival. Is it really that big? Each year there are more than 1000 performers and up to half a million people!

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  7. Jul 05, 2021 · Theatre: Avignon Festival Avignon, July 5 to 25. After a 2020 pandemic hiatus, the 75th edition of the festival that rivals Edinburgh as one of the world’s largest performing arts events opens Monday night with a hotly anticipated Tiago Rodrigues production of Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard”, with French film star Isabelle Huppert at the Palace of the Popes.