Talk:Jasmina Tešanović

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Some of this stuff needs to get incorporated (From http://helpb92.xs4all.nl/diaries/jasmina/jasmina.htm):

Jasmina Tesnaovic was born on 7th March 1954 in Belgrade. She went to the English primary school, "The International Port Said School" in Cairo, Egypt. She graduated with G.C.E.'s in the "International School of Milan" in Milan, Italy. She studied Letteres Modernes at the "Universita Statel di Milano" and in 1976 she graduated with top grade with a thesis in film on Andrej Tarkovsky. In 1977 she wrote a script together with Umberto Silva "Difficile morire" and worked as his assistent diretctor in the realization of the film by Italnolleggio "Cinecitta", Rome, Italy. She was also the assitent director of Milos Jancso, in the film "Private vices, public Virtues" in 1975 and to Zivojin Pavlovic in the film "The odour of the Body". Living in Rome she worked as a correspondent for various papers and radios. In 1978 she was one of the three organizers of the first feminist Conference in eastern Europe, in Belgrade "Drug-ca zena" at the Students' Cultural Centre. Coming back to Belgrade in 1979 she made short artistic films for TV Belgrade and video art performances. She translated books from the Italian and English language. She also writes books of fiction. Jasmina Tesnaovic published in Italy in "Espresso", "Panta" "Grazia" and writes for news papers in Belgrade like Nasa Borba, Vreme, Nin, Demokratija and many more... In 1994, together with other two women she founded the first Women's publishing house in Serbia "94". She teaches creative writing at Women's Studies of Belgrade and is a full time, free-lance one of the most prominent writers in Yugoslavia today. Her stories have been translated in Italy, Austria and the USA. Jasmina Tesanovic was in Summer school of Cracow : new School of New York, 1994; Summer School of central european University of Budapest 1996, International writers program of Iowa City, Iowa, 1997 on ARTSLINK fellow grant.

She did what with Laura Betti?[edit]

What deos "[s]he lived with actress Laura Betti" really mean? They were lovers? They are relatives? They shared an apartment? She was employed by Betti? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 109.245.151.255 (talk) 20:33, 7 January 2015 (UTC)

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casa jasmina[edit]

The references provided on 3 July 2016 did not support the content. None of them say that Jasmina (or anyone else) is a founder of casa jasmina. None of them mention 2014 so I removed that. None of them give Torino as the location of casa jasmina. I've removed Massimo Banzi as a founder because I didn't find him listed as a founder in any source. The source I've added,"CasaJasmina/scrum". GitHub. , is not reliable because we don't know who wrote it. GitHub content may be the product of a group of people. If better sources can't be found the item should be removed per WP:LPSPS Gab4gab (talk) 13:16, 4 July 2016 (UTC)

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