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SOFIA: Cinema City opened its sixth multiplex in Bulgaria, and second multiplex in Sofia, on 28 March 2013, bringing its total number of screens in Bulgaria to 65.
SOFIA: On 21 March 2013 Bulgarian National Television begins broadcasting The Ungiven, a new 12 part historical series about the rescue of 48,000 Bulgarian Jews from death camps during World…
SOFIA: The 10th edition of Sofia Meetings hosted over 150 producers, distributors, representatives of film markets and film funds TV buyers and other film professionals as guests and firmly established…
SOFIA: The Grand Prix for best film in the International Competition for first and second films of the 17th Sofia IFF went to the black and white film Oh Boy…
SOFIA: Actor Vladimir Penev was appointed Minister of Culture in the interim government by President Rosen Plevneliev on 12 March 2013.
 SOFIA: Bulgarian director Stefan Komadarev (The World is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner, shortlisted for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards in 2010) will show ten…
FNE together with Europa Cinemas continues its Cinema of the Month series. In recognition of the hard work and excellence of European cinema operators we choose a cinema from each…
SOFIA: Bulgaria’s TV7 will launch an HD information channel, News 7, on 7 March 2013.
SOFIA: Seven new Bulgarian productions will screen at the 17th Sofia International Film Festival, opening 7 March 2013.
SOFIA: Just in time for the 17th edition of the Sofia International Film Festival which opens on 7 March 2013, the Cinema House has been fitted with new digital equipment.
Bulgaria’s Pro Films is one of three nominees for Cartoon Movie’s European Distributor of the Year.
SOFIA: The Bulgarian Parliament has put film tax incentives on hold indefinitely, following the veto of the Investment Encouragement Act by President Rosen Plevneliev.
SOFIA: Admissions and box office for domestic films saw decreases of 67 percent in 2012, when nine Bulgarian films drew 214,800 viewers and box office of 745,287 EUR.
BIARRITZ: A seven-film Bulgarian focus was the Central European highlight of the 26th International Festival of Audiovisual Programs (FIPA) held 22-27 January 2013.
Bulgaria and the Czech Republic are well represented in the selection of documentary film projects in the East European Forum.
SOFIA: Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev vetoed the Investment Encouragement Act, which outlined tax incentives for film productions, shortly after it passed a vote in Parliament.
STRASBOURG: Irina Kanousheva will represent Bulgaria as the country takes on the annually rotating Presidency of the European Audiovisual Observatory for 2013. 
SOFIA: Documentary film director and academic Marin Martschewski has been selected as the new director of the Bulgarian National Film Center (www.nfc.bg). He was officially nominated to the post by…
SOFIA: FNE spoke with Stefan Kitanov on the challenges facing the development of the Sofia Film Fest and the distribution of European films in Eastern Europe.
SOFIA: The most important Sofia autumn film event Cinemania (www.kinomania.bg), which for the first year was also held in Plovdiv and Varna, reported record breaking audiences.

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