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As part of the 18th edition of the Zagreb International Film Festival, State Secretary Krešimir Partl participated in an online event entitled "How can institutions and good practices help European film during the COVID-19 crisis?" On Friday, November 13, 2020.
Culture Crossroads is an annual conference that presents the results of research dedicated to important, internationally current issues in the field of culture and art and stimulates academic discussion in order for society to continuously improve and expand its understanding of culture and art in general.
The Ministry of Culture and Media has announced new measures to support the cultural and creative sector endangered by the pandemic, which will further support the conduct of artistic activities and cultural activities.
Under the Creative Europe program (2014-2020), audience development was one of the priorities that enabled European artists and cultural operators to deepen their relationship with existing audiences, expand and increase audiences.
In addition to numerous inquiries regarding the restriction of gatherings announced at a press conference on October 12 by the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia, we point out that the restrictions on the gathering of more than 50 people do not apply to activities whose special recommendations.
Given the development of the epidemiological situation and the intensified maintenance of cultural activities, parts of the recommendations related to ensuring adequate physical distance have been elaborated in more detail.