Festival of Tolerance has ended its tour with a visit to Belgrade from 13th to 15th of November. Festival was set up in UK parobrod, Dom omladine Beograda and Ozon gallery in Belgrade and it has brought a part of the program from the original edition of the festival. Festival of Tolerance in Belgrade was organised with Hartefact fund from Belgrade, organisation that is contributing to european integration and democracry of the Balkan region by supporting creative and progressive forces in the region.
Festival was open with screening of the film Magic Men, most watched israeli film of 2014. in Dom omladine Beograda. Festivals film program consisted of twelve movies that promote tolerance and fight discrimination, hatred and violence.
Two educational morning were held in Belgrade, one about the Holocaust on which we screened Run, boy run, and one about Neofascistic symbols in our surroundings today, especially in sports held by renowned designer Mirko Ilić.
With educational mornings and film program, we held two exhibitions. Antimasonic posters exhibition owned by Mirko Ilić was shown in UK Parobrod. Posters were a part of much bigger exhibition held in Belgrade in 1941.
The second exhibition was Nothing about Anything from Srđan Ćešić and it was posted in Ozon gallery. It is a collection of media created on social networks that criticises todays society.