The prestigious Korkut Ata film festival has solemnly ended in the Turkish city of Bursa. Uzbek films became winners in two main categories at once. The film "Ayol kismati" directed by Dilmurod Masaidov received the Grand Prix in the nomination "Best Feature Film", and the film of the young director Furkat Usmanov "Inson" received the Grand Prix in the nomination "Best Documentary Film".
The World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan presented its books at the Tashkent International Book Fair "Tashkent Book Fest". The stand of the World Society has become one of the largest, brightest and most visited at the exhibition.
An international conference on improving the system of studying ancient manuscripts in Islamic education has started at the Imam Al-Bukhari Research Center in Samarkand region. The event is held as part of the Pilgrimage Tourism Week, which started on 1 November.
The National Library named after Alisher Navoi opened the exhibition “George Enescu. In memory of an outstanding Romanian composer" as part of the XI National Information and Library Week "INFOLIB UZBEKISTAN-2022".
Tashkent Music Encounters was held at the Center for Contemporary Art.
A pathbreaking photography exhibition has opened in London that tells the story of Sara Eshonturaeva, an icon of the dramatic arts in Uzbekistan and traces her connections to the Jadid intellectual movement. Over 150 people attended the opening reception on Tuesday.
On 23-29 October, the Cinema Agency of Uzbekistan is holding cultural and educational events under the motto "Yangi Uzbekistonda el aziz, inson aziz" ("The people are dear to the New Uzbekistan, the people are dear") in Namangan. The events are held as part of the Kinokaravan campaign. In this regard, a creative team of over 200 filmmakers arrived in Namangan region on 23 October.
Tashkent will host a concert and a master class by the Japanese group of drummers SAY. These events are dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Uzbekistan.
On 25 October, an agreement was signed between the Art and Culture Development Foundation and the State Museums of Berlin on the joint organization of an exhibition in Berlin in 2023.