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The 34th Golden Rose National Festival in Bulgaria
14 September 2016
 
 
   
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The 34th Golden Rose National Film Festival will be held this year from the 19th to the 25th of September in Varna, Bulgaria bringing together a great number of Bulgarian productions and co-productions in all its categories. 

The jury both for feature and short films competitions will be presided by the director of the film Face Down, Kamen Kalev, who was awarded Best Director at the 33rd Golden Rose Film Festival in 2015, while the rest of the jury comprise Stefan Ivanov, Peter Dundakov, Teodora Duhovnikova and Borislav Kolev.

Face Down by Kamen Kalev

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Bulgarian National Film Center and its collaboration with Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme, and as the director of the Bulgarian Film Center, Kamen Balkansi and the Head of the Media Office Creative Europe Desk Bulgaria stated, “Since 1991 the BNFC has supported 138 feature films, 236 documentaries and 124 animated films with a total amount of nearly 80 m EUR. Since 2003 Creative Europe Media is allotting almost 500,000 EUR per year to Bulgarian producers, distributors and festivals. This is a considerable support for our national cinema”. 

In the frame of the 34th Golden Rose Film Festival, a roundtable dedicated to the co-production between Balkan countries will be organized in the presence of representatives from the Greek Film Centre, Film Centre Serbia and the Macedonian Film Fund.

Godless by Ralitza Petrova

The films that will screen during the 34th Golden Rose Film Festival in Bulgaria are the following:

Feature Film Competition

Hristo by Grigor Lefterov, Todor Matsanov (Bulgaria/Italy, 2016)
Labyrinths of Love by Vladimir Shterianov (Bulgaria/Russia, 2016)
Memories of Fear by Ivan Pavlov (Bulgaria, 2016)
Monkey by Dimitar Kozev-Shosho (Bulgaria, 2016)

Banat by Adriano Valerio

Open Horizons (Feature Films)

Karbala by Krzysztof Lukaszewicz (Poland/Bulgaria, 2015, 115min)
My Heart is an Octopus or My Father on the Black Sea Beach by Neno Belchev (Bulgaria, 2016, 112min)

While Aya Was Sleeping by Tsvetodar Markov

Cinema by the Sea

Yesterday by Ivan Andonov (Bulgaria, 1987, 84min)

 
 
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