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33rd Golden Rose Film Festival: New and classic Bulgarian cinema
1 October 2015
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The 33rd edition of the Golden Rose Film Festival, will be held from 2-11 October in the city of Varna, Bulgaria, with 48 new features and short films in the programme, which will also showcase 7 Bulgarian classics, as part of the 100 years of Bulgarian Cinema festivities.

Focusing on recent Bulgarian films, the festival brings 12 feature films competing for the Competition awards, which will give out a jury comprised by filmmakers Stephan Komandarev (president) and Kiran Kolarov, cinematographer Krasimir Andonov, actress Yanina Kasheva and Antonia Kovacheva, Director of the Bulgarian National Film Archive

Thirst by Svetla Tsotsorkova

Feature Competition
Barter by Atanas Kiryakov (Bulgaria, 2015)
11th A Grade by Michaela Komitova (Bulgaria, 2015)
Thirst by Svetla Tsotsorkova (Bulgaria, 2015)
The File Petrov by Georgi Balabanov (Bulgaria/Germany/France, 2013)
Face Down by Kamen Kalev (Bulgaria/France/Belgium, 2015)
Vasil Gendov – Myth And Reality by Iliya Kostov (Bulgaria, 2015) – Opening Film
Viktoria by Maya Vitkova (Bulgaria/Romania, 2013)
The Woman of my Life by Antoniy Donchev (Bulgaria/Iraq-Kurdistan Regional Government/FYROM/Romania, 2015)
Family Relics by Ivan Cherkelov (Bulgaria, 2015)
Losers by Ivaylo Hristov (Bulgaria, 2015)

International Programme – Out of Competition
Love and Engineering by Tonislav Hristov (Finland/Germany/Bulgaria, 2014)
Mom and Other Loonies in the Family by Ibolya Fekete (Hungary/Germany/Bulgaria, 2015)
Why Me? by Tudor Giurgiu (Romania/Bulgaria, 2015)
Deacon Levski by Maxim Genchev (Bulgaria, 2015)
The Girl from the Vile Land by Niki Stanchev (Bulgaria, 2015)
Aferim! by Radu Jude (Romania/Bulgaria/Czech Republic, 2015)

Losers by Ivaylo Hristov

Dimitar Petrov Retrospective
A Dog in a Drawer (Bulgaria, 1982)
Porcupine are Born without Bristles (Bulgaria, 1970)

Bulgarian Comedies Retrospective
Adio Rio by Ivan Andonov (Bulgaria, 1989)
Warmth by Vladimir Yanchev (Bulgaria, 1978)
The Double by Nikolay Volev (Bulgaria, 1979)
Three Reservists by Zako Heskiya (Bulgaria, 1971)

See here the full list of Competition and out of Competition short films.

Beside the screenings, Golden Rose 2015 will host a two-day (9–10 October) roundtable, called Bulgarian Films’s Centenary: Strategies, Perspectives And Possible Solution For Years To Come. Experts and professionals such as Ivan Popyordanov, Sevda Shishmanova, Miroslav Borsos, Diana Andreeva, Galina Toneva, Bozhidar Manov, Mira Staleva, Henry Koulev among others will deliberate, among others, on the role of Bulgarian film within the framework of Bulgaria’s general cultural strategy, the economic performance of audiovisual industry, film festivals and their sustainability, cultural habits of households, film heritage digitisation.

Finally, within the festival, a number of the CREATIVE EUROPE MEDIA Sub-programme΄s representatives will elaborate on who and how is eligible to apply, what are the steps to develop a project, what applying means practically, deadlines, etc. Four of the movies participating in the Festival, have received development support by the MEDIA Sub-programme: Thirst , Family Relics, Viktoria and Why Me?.

Source: Golden Rose Film Festival official website
  Love & Engineering
  The Petrov File
  Why Me?
  Corpse Collector
  The Woman of My Life
  Twice Upon A Time In The West
  Face Down
  Family Relics
  While Aya Was Sleeping
  With Children at the Seaside
  Svetla Tsotsorkova
  Kiran Kolarov
  Tudor Giurgiu
  Ivaylo Hristov
  Maya Vitkova
  Kamen Kalev
  Radu Jude
  Fekete Ibolya
  Yanina Kasheva
  Stephan Komandarev
  Galina Toneva
  Krasimir Andonov
  Atanas Kiryakov
  Ivan Popyordanov
  Tonislav Hristov
  Boris Despodov
  Iliya Kostov
  Georgi Balabanov
  Dimitar Dimitrov
  Antoniy Donchev
  Ivan Cherkelov
  Tsvetodar Markov
  Golden Rose Film Festival official website
  Golden Rose Film Festival 2015 trailer
  Golden Rose Film Festival on Facebook
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