GENERAL MEETING AT FESTIVAL NOVOG CIRKUSA

November 17-19 2016
Zagreb, Croatia
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    "Mobius" Miguel Gigosos Ronda (Spain)
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    "Kuliss" Lana Paic/l'Estock Fish (Croatia/France)
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    "Blink" Room 100 (Croatia)
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    "Wounded Animals" Angela Wand (Sweden)
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    "Clown Cabaret" Triko Cirkus Teatar (Croatia)
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This General Meeting took place in Zagreb, November 17-19 in the frame of the Festival Novog Cirkusa (New Circus Festival) organized by Croatian association Mala Performerska Scena.

Launched in 2005, the Festival Novog Cirkusa is actually a key player in the development of contemporary circus in South-Eastern Europe that welcomes international circus artists, but also supports new creations of local circus companies.

In 2015-2016, the biannual edition of the festival acts as a creation incubator, supporting Croatian and foreign companies through residencies, cooperations and co-productions taking place throughout the year.

During the General Meeting, Circostrada members were able to see new creations by ROOM 100 (Croatia), Lana Paic - L'Estock Fish (Croatia/France), Miguel Gigosos Ronda (Spain), Angela Wand (Sweden) and much more...The festival programme also included new works by Crida Company (France), WHS (Finland), Nata Galkina (Russia) and Ximena Ameri (Peru), Alexander Vantournhout (Belgium).

Another highlight of the 2016 edition: an interdisciplinary conference entitled "OTHERHOOD: Circus & Identity", from November 14-15.