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The 18th Sofia International Film Festival is on
6 March 2014
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Today, the 18th Sofia International Film Festival opens its doors for a 10+14 days of films, guests, journalists and fans, special sections and additional events.
Held from the 6th until the 16th of March, the festival has included an additional program from March 17 to the 30th in Burgas, Plovdiv and Varna, beside Sofia. The opening film is The Judgement (Sadilishteto) by Stephan Komandarev. Beside the awards for the main categories, this year΄s Sofia Award for outstanding contribution in cinema will be given to the Slovakian director Dusan Hanak, the Bulgarian director Georgi Djulgerov and his colleague Goran Paskaljevic. Jiri Menzel will also attend presenting his latest film.

This year΄s program has prepared over 200 feature films, documentaries and shorts from all over the world with a significant number of them coming from the Balkans!

Rat Poison by Konstantin Burov

Balkan films participating in the International Competition:
-The Disobedient by Mina Djukic, Serbia, 2014
-Rat Poison by Konstantin Burov, Bulgaria, 2014
-Zoran, My Nephew the Idiot by Matteo Oleotto, Italy - Slovenia, 2013

The movies competing for the "Domain Boyar" award in the Balkan Competion are:
-The Priest΄s Children by Vinko Bresan, Croatia - Serbia, 2013 
-Yozgat Blues by Mahmut Fazil Coskun, Turkey - Germany, 2012
-Luton by Michalis Konstantatos, Greece - Germany, 2012 
-Seduce Me by Marko Santic, Slovenia, 2013 
-S/Kidanje by Kosta Djordjevic, Serbia, 2013
-Roxanne by Valentin Hotea, Romania, 2013
-The Piano Room by Igor Ivanov Izi, Macedonia, 2013 
-SaroyanLand by Lusin Dink, France - Turkey - Armenia, 2013
-Falsifikator by Goran Markovic, Serbia - Croatia - Bosnia Herzegovina, 2013

The Last Black Sea Pirates by Svetoslav Stoyanov

The Documentary Competition includes the following Balkan entries:
-Life Almost Wonderful by Svetoslav Draganov, Bulgaria - Belgium, 2013
-Kismet by Nina Maria Paschalidou, Greece - Cyprus, 2013

This year΄s SFF Focus Section will lay eyes on Serbian cinema:
-Clip by Maja Milos, 2012 

When Day Breaks by Goran Paskaljevic

Directors Mina Djukic and Kosta Djordjevic will be visiting Sofia together with actors Miki Manojlovic (one of the main roles in the movie Sadilishteto) and Lazar Ristovski, two old "pals" from the Kusturica films. 
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  Yozgat Blues
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  The Disobedient
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  Seduce me
  Life Almost Wonderful
  Zoran, My Nephew the Idiot
  Rat Poison
  Georgi Djulgerov
  Maja Milos
  Michalis Konstantatos
  Nina Maria Paschalidou
  Mahmut Fazil Coskun
  Goran Markovic
  Goran Paskaljevic
  Mina Djukic
  Stephan Komandarev
  Vinko Bresan
  Svetoslav Stoyanov
  Jiri Menzel
  Valentin Hotea
  Kosta Djordjevic
  Igor Ivanov Izi
  Marko Santic
  Svetoslav Draganov
  Lusin Dink
  Matteo Oleotto
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