Doina Boev

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Doina Boev started as a freelance journalist for Viennese The Gap magazine, writing articles about art, culture and music. She recently graduated from the Biber Academy, where she was active as a blogger and a journalist. She is now writing for METROPOLE, oscillating between music, film and art.
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On Screen: Starlight Auditorium – Open-Air Cinema

For the discerning cinephile, summer screenings under the heavens have a special romance Austrians love taking things outside. With hot but seldom sweltering days and plenty of leafy parks and watersides to laze them away in, Viennese summers defy you to go elsewhere on vacation. So after open-air wining and dining and outdoor concerts and […]
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On Sale: Wearing a Clean Conscience

Fair fashion made in Austria, finally a trend that’s sustainable Sustainability is all the rage these days, making the long overdue transition to conscientious consumption both a necessity and a fashion statement. Whether this stems from a sincere sense of concern or simply joining the trend may differ from person to person, but one thing […]
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On Screen: Independence Days – VIS Film Festival

Vienna Independent Shorts celebrates stylish strokes of avant-garde cinema In this age of shortened attention spans, when smartphones are streaming video-on-demand, cinema’s short form is making an unexpected comeback. Originally the movie format of carnival sideshows, short films today do what their feature-length cousins can’t: act as an experimental playground where creativity can run wild. […]
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On Display: Talks – Tracking the Fakes

Expert Jane Kallir puts Egon Schiele’s works under the microscope There’s nothing like a good art forgery scandal to get the blood flowing: beautiful people in elegant settings, big money and big egos, a starving “artist” fooling the experts…. It’s practically irresistible – like the movie How to Steal a Million, where Audrey Hepburn snatches […]
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