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VARNA: Kostadin Bonev’s feature film Away From the Shore will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September - 4 October 2018). The Bulgarian/Ukrainian coproduction is a personal interpretation of the clash between creative people and censorship during the communism.

VARNA: Maxim Genchev’s feature film The Runaway Smartphone will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September - 4 October 2018). It is a privately financed family film filled with miracles and adventures, and aimed at the young audience.

VARNA: The anthology 8’19'’ will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September - 4 October 2018). The film, inspired by six stories from the famous Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov and shot by six film directors, is financed by Bulgarian National Television.

VARNA: Kiran Kolarov’s feature My Sister’s Silence will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September - 4 October 2018). The film explores broken communication between the members of an unusual family.

VARNA: Peter Popzlatev’s feature This Time Is Ours will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September - 4 October 2018). It is another of the director’s personal looks at Bulgaria’s post-totalitarian reality using the framework of a tense criminal intrigue.

VARNA: Niki Iliev’s feature film All She Wrote will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September-4 October 2018). This independent production was shot in Bulgaria and in the USA, and it stars Gary Dourdan Aaron and Sanya Borisova.

VARNA: Galin Stoev’s debut feature The Infinite Garden will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September-4 October 2018). This is the first Bulgarian urban romance, combining sad elegance with a refined aesthetic style.

VARNA: Milko Lazarov’s sophomore feature Ága will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September-4 October 2018). This Bulgarian/German/French coproduction had its world premiere out of competition at the 68th Berlinale IFF and it was awarded best film both at the 36th Fajr IFF and the 24th Sarajevo FF.

VARNA: Radoslav Spasov’s feature film Living Chimneys will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September-4 October 2018). The film is a homage to the authentic lifestyle of the beautiful village Kovachevitsa in the Rhodope Mountains.

VARNA: Victor Bojinov’s debut feature Heights will screen in the main competition of the 36th Golden Rose National Film Festival (27 September - 4 October 2018). This Bulgarian-Macedonian coproduction supported by Eurimages is a domestic box office hit.