Screenings | Concerts | Other Events

We are honoured that this film is still shown around the world, but we are not always good at updating the screenings schedule below. Sorry if it is rather out of date.

Past Screenings

  • Cape Cod screening series 7pm Friday June 27th 2008 Payonet Performing Arts, Truro, Cape Cod, MA E-mail: Web: Tickets $10, with $5 discounts. Film director & surprise guest at show for post-screening discussion.
  • PBS: POV August 2000 (American Public Television)
  • Golden Wheel, The First Roma Film Festival – Skopje, Macedonia, November 2002 *** BEST DOCUMENTARY PRIZE ***
  • New York – Bleecker Street Theater, DV Lounge, August 2002
  • New York – Columbia University, a convention on Nationalism, April 2002
  • Washington DC – Society for Visual Anthropology Film & Video Festival, November 2001
  • Munich, Germany – Filmmuseum im M√ľnchner Stadtmuseum, June 2001
  • New York – Museum of Television & Radio, Annual Film Festival, May 2001
  • Austin, Texas – RAI Festival of Ethnographic Film, April 2001
  • Singapore International Film Festival, April 2001
  • REEL DOCUMENTS series at the JCC on the Upper West Side, Manhattan
  • Florida – UNIFEM at the Sarasota Film Festival, January 2001
  • London, UK – 7th RAI Festival of Ethnographic Film (SOAS), December 2000
  • Lublin, Poland – The 2nd International Days of Documentary Cinema, December 2000 …then click “festiwale”
  • Ojai Film Festival – California, November
  • MAKOR Arts Center, New York – Theatrical series November 2000
  • VIENNALE Film Festival – Vienna, Austria, October 2000
  • Krakow, Poland: Euro Underground Film Festival 2000
  • Sibiu, Romani: ASTRA 2000, International Festival of Visual Anthropology – October 2000
  • Taiwan International Documentary Festival 2000 – In Competition
  • University of California at Santa Cruz, October 2000
  • International Film Forum ARSENALS (Panorama Section) – Riga, Latvia, September 2000
  • London: Out Of That Darkness Festival 2000 *** Special Commendation for First Time Director ***
  • Huntington International Film Festival, LI, July 2000 Info:
  • Fine Arts Cinema, Berkeley, July 2000
  • Northwest Film Center, Portland, Oregon – June, 2000
  • San Francisco International Film Festival, 2000 *** GRAND PRIZE – BEST DOCUMENTARY ***
  • Nashville Independent Film Festival
  • Roxie Cinema, San Francisco, June 2000
  • Cinema Village, NEW YORK, April 2000
  • Atlanta Film & Video Festival **BEST DOCUMENTARY AWARD**
  • International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam (IDFA) – In Competition
  • Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival (New York & Traveling Festival) Traveling venues included: Santa Fe Community College, NM; North Carolina State University, Raleigh; Webster University, St. Louis – and many more…
  • New York Underground Film Festival, 2000
  • Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, Greece, 2000 – In Competition
  • Skopje, Macedonia (FYROM), 2000 – In Competition
  • Hawaii International Film Festival **GOLDEN MAILE AWARD NOMINATION**
  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival
  • Spokane Northwest Film Festival – Gala Opening
  • Romani Youth Seminar, Romania
  • Gypsy Caravan (North American music and film tour)
  • Taos Talking Pictures Festival
  • Spoleto Festival, Italy
  • Stanford University Youth Program
  • United Nations Association Film Festival
  • Athens Film & Video Festival
  • Australia, Real Life on Film Festival – Melbourne & Sydney
  • Washington State, Center for Columbia River History

Romani Concerts

BAND TOUR SCHEDULES (musicians in the Gypsy Caravan concert film)

Other Events

  • GYPSY CARAVAN: when the road bends…
    film by same director now showing worldwide: Gypsy Caravan
  • Keep checking for future Events
    • The World Gypsy Festival Khamoro (Annual Festival in May) The energy and passion of Gypsy culture will be on display in all its glory this May when the third annual Khamoro (Romanes for ‘sunshine’) Festival opens in Prague. The always popular series of concerts featuring the best performers of traditional Gypsy music, including the legendary accordion player, Lelo from Denmark, the singer Vera Bila from the Czech Republic, and the world renowned Russian Gypsy band ILO, will be highlighted this year by Gypsy jazz gigs, a parade through the center of the city, and presentations of powerful Gypsy films. Drawing over 5,000 spectators and solid ratings on both Czech television and radio, last year’s festival became the largest Gypsy cultural event in all of Europe, and this year promises to be even more spectacular. But the Khamoro festival isn’t just about great music and art. It also has a social mission. The Khamoro aims to increase awareness of the Roma in Czech and European society by casting light on their rich cultural traditions and the best contemporary expressions of their artistry. So if you needed one more excuse to come to Prague in May, the Khamoro Festival from the 22nd to the 26th definitely provides it. For more details:
    • THE MARCH OF 100,000 Roma National Day, April 8 (Annual Event) Taking place in cities around the globe 30 years after the 1st World Romani Congress and adoption of the Romani Flag. Coordinated events in a hundred towns and cities worldwide – from Toronto to Tirana, from Subotica to Sydney. The first Romano Ustiben promises to be the greatest yet mobilization of Romani activists, a worldwide manifestation in favour of recognition and rights for the Roma Nation. e-mail Grattan Puxon: For more info & local contacts:
    • International Conference: The Kosovo conflict and the consequences on the Roma June 16 – 18, 2000 Hotel “Belvi” – Skopje Organized by: Roma International Center in Macedonia Ul. “376” br. 108, 1000 Skopje, Macedonia Zoran Dimov, President Tel: + 389 91 110 – 356 Fax: + 389 91 121 – 322 e-mail: