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New year, new events in the region! The Adriatic Journal team has put together a list of the best and most exciting ones taking place in the coming month. You can pick from film festivals,  to international conferences in magical cities of opatija and split.

Photo: FEMF
Location: Piran, Slovenia
Date: 29 Jan–1 Feb 2020

The European and Mediterranean Film Festival was established in 2010. From the very beginning, the main purpose of the festival was to bring quality European film to Slovenian audience, especially in Primorska region. Every year, the festival offers the viewers fresh hits from the world’s biggest film festivals, such as Berlin, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Karlovy Vary, Sarajevo.

Photo: Kustendorf Film Festival
Location: Drvengrad, Serbia
Date: 13 Jan–18 Jan 2020

Held in the fantastical, purpose-built village of Drvengrad, this festival is hosted by award-winning director Emir Kusturica and showcases films from across the world.

Photo: Conventa
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Date: 22 Jan–23 Jan 2020

More than a simple trade show, Conventa provides a business platform for the sales & marketing sector, positioning itself as the most important business-to-business event in the meetings industry in South East Europe.

Photo: Pixabay
Location: Opatija, Croatia
Date: 22 – 24 January 2020

Central and Eastern Europe Carriers and Enterprises Conference is one of the leading conferences in South-Eastern Europe related to telecommunications, information security and digital transformation, already in its ninth edition and aiming at much wider audience than before. Our world rapidly changes and all three major areas covered at CEE CEE are tightly bonded in many ways, so interdisciplinarity is natural way to expand the conference, addressing the main issues and challenges of today’s businesses.

Photo: Pixabay
Location: Split, croatia 
Date: 26 – 27 January 2020

The conference aims at inspiring the next frontier of research focused on the evolution of cities. It assesses the state of academic and practice-based knowledge related to future cities and attempts to establish a global research agenda based on joint identification of key gaps by the academic, practitioner and urban policymaking communities.

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