On the occasion of the International Human Rights Day, on December 10, within the Junior Free Zone program, a virtual exhibition of student works created within the Traveling School Cinema project was organized. During October and November, the traveling cinema with online media literacy workshops visited 11 places in Serbia and gathered over 250 students of various educational profiles who were inspired during the trainings and encouraged to create video works that will point out important topics and problems.
By film screening „Telo ne laže“ The 16th Film Festival was officially concluded in the Hall of the Cultural Center of Belgrade with the award ceremony . The winners of the festival were announced at the closing ceremony by the decisions of the international, regional and high school jury
„Make love, not war“ is an anti-war slogan commonly associated with the American counterculture of the 1960s. It was used primarily by those who were opposed to the Vietnam War, but has been invoked in other anti-war contexts since, around the world. The „Make love“ part of the slogan often referred to the practice of free love that was growing among the American youth who denounced marriage as a tool for those who supported war and favored the traditional capitalist culture.
The phrase’s origins are unknown. Several people claimed to be the inventor of the phrase, including Gershon Legman and Rod McKuen. Radical activists Penelope and Franklin Rosemont and Tor Faegre assisted in popularizing the phrase by printing thousands of „Make Love, Not War“ buttons at the Solidarity Bookshop in Chicago, Illinois and distributing them at the Mother’s Day Peace March in 1965. They were…