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FESTIVALS: The 35th Golden Rose Film Festival Announces Lineup Featured

2017-09-11

VARNA: A total of 16 feature films will be screened in the national official competition of the 35th Golden Rose National Film Festival (30 September-7 October 2017). Five feature films and two short films with Bulgarian minority participation will be screened in the new programme Minority Coproductions Focus.

Five of the films from the official competition are majority coproductions, seven are debut features and three are low budget films. Only two of them are independent productions, the rest of them is supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center. The Bulgarian National Television is involved as a coproducer in three films.

A total of 26 films will be screened in the Short Films Competition, most of them supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center.

The non-competitive programme Open Horizons will consist of 13 short films and one long feature film.

The Golden Rose National Film Festival is organised by the Bulgarian National Film Center in partnership with the Ministry of Culture, the Bulgarian National Television and the Bulgarian Film Library.

  
Feature Film Competition:

Lilly The Little Fish (Bulgaria)
Directed by Yassen Grigorov
Produced by TFA – The Flying Agency
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

12А (Bulgaria)
Directed by Magdalena Ralcheva
Produced by 12А Ltd

Omnipresent (Bulgaria)
Directed by Ilian Djevelekov
Produced by Miramar film
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

Sex Academy – Men  (Bulgaria)
Directed by Georgi Kostov
Produced by Media Production

Off-Road (Bulgaria)
Directed by Nikolay Volev
Produced by Nikotea
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

Chieftain (Bulgaria, Croatia)
Directed by Zornitsa Sophia
Produced by MQ Pictures Ltd
Coproduced by Focus Media

Enemies (Bulgaria)
Directed by Svetoslav Ovcharov
Produced by Omega Films
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

Lift for Patients (Bulgaria)
Directed by Iglika Triffonova
Produced by Klas Film
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

A Little Bit Of Luck (Bulgaria)
Directed by Chavdar Jivkov and Aleksandar Smolianov
Produced by Fabrikata Film Production
Coproduced by the Bulgarian National Television
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

The Motorbike (Bulgaria)
Directed by Valentin Goshev
Produced by ARS Digital
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

3 / 4 (Three Quarters) (Bulgaria, Germany)
Directed by Ilian Metev
Produced by Chaconna Films
Coproduced by Sutor Kolonko, ZDF/ARTE, ZDF-Kleines Fernsehspiel
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center
Film und Medienstiftung NRW, MEDIA Creative Europe

Broken Road (Bulgaria)
Directed by Katerina Goranova, Asen Blatechky
Produced by Cinequanone
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

Bubblegum (Bulgaria)
Directed by Stanislav Todorov – Rogi
Produced by Dynamic Arts
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center

Light Thereafter (Bulgaria, Belgium)
Directed by Konstantin Bojanov
Produced by Multfilm
Coproduced by the Bulgarian National Television, Left Field Ventures
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center, Tax Shelter of The Belgian Federal Government

Directions (Bulgaria, Germany, Macedonia)
Directed by Stephan Komandarev
Produced by Argo Film
Coproduced by Bulgarian National Television, Aktis Film Production, Sektor Film
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center, German Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (MDM), the Macedonian Film Agency, Eurimages

Radiogram (Bulgaria, Poland, Turkey)
Directed by Rouzie Hassanova
Produced by Menclips Ltd
Coproduced by Film Produkcja, Solis Film
Supported by the Bulgarian National Film Center, the Polish Film Institute, the MEDIA Programme

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