The first clip from the documentary "Sky, Wheel, Land" has started. The first destination is Russia

As it was announced SP BTR Production started filming its latest documentary on the origin, history, tradition, culture and identity of the Roma nation "Sky, Wheel, Land".

The first flap and destination is Russia. On the way to the far side of the BTR Production team for Moscow, the Skopje team is made up of Zoran Dimov - producer Erhan Demir as cameraman Bajram Severdjan as an actor - narrator, and in Moscow they will be accompanied by Nadezhda Demeter, a Roma expert history, then Anatoly Butakov a fellow from Russia, and more prominent Russian Roma.

It is planned that in addition to interviews and talks, the Roma Festival, held in Moscow, will also feature a number of populated Roma settlements and Russian Roma.

Filming will take place there until the end of October, followed by talks with prominent Roma historians, including Dr Rajko Djuric, Trajko Petrovski MA, linguist Ljuan Koka, journalist Dragoljub Ackovic and others.

In early November, he will leave for Romania immediately.

Famous Roma - Pablo Picasso

One of the most famous painters, sculptors, painters and graphic artists of the 20th century, the founder of Cubism, the Spanish Pablo Picasso was a Roma.

In his career he has created more than 6,000 paintings, sculptures and drawings worth millions, married twice and had many lovers.

He had four children, and his last daughter Paloma got him when he was 68 years old

Otherwise Pablo Picasso, formally Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born in Malaga, October 25, 1881.

His works include "Miss Avignon", "Guernica" and the great wall painting at the UNESCO Palace in Paris.

Picasso dies at his villa, in the small town of Mouzen, on the French Riviera on April 8, 1973.

Carmen Chaplin to Direct ‘Charlie Chaplin, a Man of the World’

Director-producer-actress Carmen Chaplin is set to direct “Charlie Chaplin, a Man of the World,” a theatrical documentary feature which will add a hardly-explored new facet to the creator of the Tramp, one of the most iconic cinema characters in popular consciousness, plumbing Chaplin’s Romani roots and heritage.

Marking the first time that the Chaplin family is involved at a deep creative and industrial level in a movie about Charles Chaplin, grand-daughter Carmen Chaplin is also co-writing the documentary’s screenplay with Amaia Remírez, a co-writer on “Another Day of Life,” a European Film Awards best animated feature winner.

Described in a statement by its producers as a documentary which “radically reinterprets Chaplin’s oeuvre from a Romani perspective and examines the persecution of gypsies through his lens,” “Charlie Chaplin, a Man of the World” is produced by Madrid-based Wave of Humanity’s Stany Coppet, Dolores Chaplin and Ashim Balla, Remírez at San Sebastian’s Kanaki Films, a lead producer on “Another Day of LIfe,” and Nano Arrieta and Silvia Martínez at Madrid’s Atlantic Pictures.


European Roma Theater - The concept of the European Roma Theater

Nedjo Osman, born in Macedonia, at that time the first trained Roma actor of Yugoslavia, later a longtime member of the NRW-based Roma theater "Pralipe" and co-founder of the Cologne TKO Theater in 1996, will launch the first European Roma Theater in 2008.

The concept provides for continuous cooperation with trained Roma actors from Hungary, Romania, Macedonia, Serbia .

The scattered theater artists want to work in their countries and across borders for a professionalization of the Roma culture.

In recent years, Nedjo Osman has been regularly involved in project work with young Roma in Cologne, as well as conducting intensive international networking. Now he wants to bring together the gained experience and powers and to found a European ensemble with professional Roma actors.

The theater projects are on the one hand - so. linguistically - remain well connected to the respective countries of origin, but point thematically and artistically beyond the national borders.

Productions will be developed that will be presented in different languages ​​and changing castings in the participating countries.

The actors act as "cultural ambassadors" and provide the Roma in the cooperating countries with a public platform. Continuity and change go hand in hand and serve as a long-term artistic research trip that aims to promote and integrate gifted Roma from the fields of theater, dance, literature and music.

Where once the European Roma were subject to different national policies and represented a more or less marginalized ethnic group, today, in a Europe that is growing together, they can give a joint and many-voiced concert.

To this end, the European Roma Theater wants to make an active contribution.

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