A young artist from Uzbekistan - Timur Akhmedjanov, published a comics "Ilish and Wicker Stories" based on the book of an Azerbaijani writer. The comic was published by the British publishing house Hertfordshire Press.
Contacts in the field of cinema occupy an important place in the active development of cultural and humanitarian cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan. At present, the issue of creating a joint feature film dedicated to the memory of Japanese internees in Uzbekistan is being worked out.
The Art and Culture Development Foundation and Kapitalbank signed a memorandum of cooperation.
On 11 October, the first "Ballet Evening" of the new 91st theater season will be held at the Bolshoi Theater named after Alisher Navoi. Different eras and styles of ballet art will appear on the stage. The audience will see classical choreography and modern performances.
On 3 October 2020, a presentation of a historical series dedicated to Khorezmshah Jaloliddin Manguberdi, a famous commander who bravely fought against Genghis Khan, was held in Tashkent.
A government resolution “On the establishment of a specialized boarding school for operatic art” was adopted.
In order to promote national art, attract foreign tourists, the head of state signed a resolution on holding an international clang dance festival in Khorezm.
A short documentary film by a New York director "waiting for the sea", filmed in the city of Muynak of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, took the honorable place and titles as "Best documentary" and "Best camera work" at world film festivals in such as Moscow Shorts International Film Festival and Long Story Shorts International Film Festival.
"Dugokh: Two Moments" is part of the first edition of Tashkent Music Encounters, which presents a collection of musical works praising one of the most exquisite spiritual treasures of Uzbekistan - Shashmakom (six maqoms).
Today, on 22 September, one of the most famous Uzbek Soviet films "You are not an orphan", directed by Shukhrat Abbasov, will be shown in Moscow in the Great Hall of the New Tretyakov Gallery as part of the "Uzbek New Wave" film program.