Uzbekistan took first place in terms of the number of awards at the 32nd Golden Knight International Film Forum, which was held in Grozny.
On 26 May, the independent Ilkhom Theater opens the exhibition “Tashkent. The Architecture of Historical Optimism". This multimedia project explores the aesthetics of the buildings of the 1960s-1980s, which have become iconic for Tashkent and world modernism in general.
Uzbekistan and Russia held a meeting of the Subcommittee on Culture.
The Council for the award of the Stars of the Commonwealth Interstate Prize has announced the winners of the main humanitarian award of the CIS for 2022. The award is annually awarded to representatives of the Commonwealth states for the most significant achievements in the field of humanitarian activities, corresponding to the level of world achievements and contributing to the development of both each of the CIS member countries and the Commonwealth as a whole. This was reported by the press service of the CIS Executive Committee.
The National Pavilion of Uzbekistan was opened at the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale.
With the support of Beeline Uzbekistan, a large-scale personal exhibition of the Dutch artist Ronald Kleier has opened in Tashkent. The main idea of the exposition, which presents portraits of the inhabitants of Uzbekistan, is friendship between countries and peoples.
The Japanese series Crime Syndrome will be broadcast from 22 May on the Kinoteatr TV channel with translation into Uzbek. The project was implemented with the support of the Japan Foundation.
Uzbekistan is preparing to host the first International Festival of Artistic Creativity of the Peoples of Eurasia "For Peace and Friendship". It will be held from 6 to 10 November 2023 in Tashkent.