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01/11/2018. The ‘Camera Catalonia’ film focus returns to the Cambridge Film Festival
From 25 October to 1 November, the Cambridge Film Festival is hosting the seventh year of &ls...
20/07/2019. Pedro Azara to curate Catalonia's project for the 2019 Venice Biennale of Art
Catalonia will participate in the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale of Art as part of the Eventi C...
18/11/2018. The Scotland Catalan Film Festival is back with the most recent contemporary Catalan cinema
The platform Cinemaattic has announced a new edition of SCAT (Scotland Catalan Film...
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Barcelona 
17/03/2015 Language

Laia Serret wins the 2nd “El català pel món” prize

Laia Serret Prunera, a teacher of Catalan literature at the University of Szeged (Hungary), has won the 2nd edition of the “El català pel món” literary prize. The prize is awarded by Godall Edicions for the best account by Catalan teachers abroad based on their own experience.
Barcelona 
15/05/2013 Literature

2002-2012: Ten Years Translating Catalan Literature

Translated Catalan literature is doing well is despite the current crisis, and this is reflected in copyright sales in Catalan and its promotion abroad. In this process, involving the publishing sector as a whole, the support of the Institut Ramon Llull has been vital through its funding, presence at book fairs, backing of foreign publishers, and cooperation with the work of Catalan publishing houses and literary agencies.
Barcelona 
18/04/2013 Culture

The Institut Ramon Llull brings Sant Jordi to 15 cities around the world

For St. George's Day (Sant Jordi), a book, a rose and a taste of Catalan culture. This is the idea with which the Ramon Llull Institute coordinates the activities for Sant Jordi around the world each year, especially channelled through the network of Catalan studies abroad. Hence almost all universities offering courses in Catalan in collaboration with the IRL will be celebrating, in one way or another, the Catalan literary festival par excellence. This is in addition to the activities organized ...
Paris 
16/04/2013 Literature

Interview with the director of the Paris Book Fair, Bertrand Morriset

A few days after Barcelona's participation as Guest City at the Paris Book Fair, we interview the Fair's director, Bertrand Morriset, to evaluate the city's presence.
28/03/2013 Literature

The EU has approved financing for the Schwob project

The Schwob project, in which the Institut Ramon Llull is participating, has obtained €200,000 of financing, the maximum amount available for applicants in the European Union's 2007-2013 Culture Programme.
19/03/2013 Literature

Catalan literature has been invited to the most important literary festival in Scandinavia

Barcelona (Catalan News Agency - CNA). Catalan literature is in good health since it has been invited to the 2014 Göteborg Book Fair, the most important literary festival in Scandinavia. The same week that the Paris Book Fair opens, in which Barcelona is the guest of honour, Catalan literature has a new date for its diary. With the slogan “Voices from Catalonia”, eight Catalan writers whose works have been translated into Swedish or other Scandinavian languages will feature at the ...
Barcelona 
06/03/2013 Literature

Presentation in Barcelona of the programme of the Paris Book Fair

The presentation of the programme of the Paris Book Fair will take place on Monday, 11th March, at 11.30 a.m. at the Palau Marc in Barcelona. The fair will be held from 22nd to 25th March, with Barcelona as guest city and literature. 
Barcelona 
05/02/2013 Literature

Barcelona, literary city

Seven French journalists from leading publications visit Barcelona to interview authors invited to the Paris Book Fair (22nd-25th March).

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is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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