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SOFIA: The Bulgarian government has proposed 16.6 million leva for film funding in 2012, according to a statement by the Minister of Culture Vezhdi Rashidov on 3 June 2011.
SOFIA: A new report from the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute (NSI) covering data from 2010 shows that Bulgarians prefer cinema to most other cultural activities. At the same time, film…
Not long ago, Bulgarian programming consisted primarily of imported programmes from Brazil, the U.S., or Turkey. Within the last few years, however, international formats have become a significant part of…
CANNES: Paris based international sales outfit Le Pacte has picked up both of the Bulgarian films that are screening in official selection in Cannes IFF this year. The Island directed…
Chouchkov Brothers (www.ch-bros.com), producer of the feature debut Tilt, is the second company that European Film Promotion Producer on the Move Borislav Chouchkov (35) and director Viktor Chouchkov Jr (40)…
Rising Bulgarian star director Kamen Kalev won one of two CEE spot in the Cannes 2011 Directors Fortnight, 12-22 May, with his Bulgarian/Swedish coproduction The Island. Hungarian producer Ferenc Pusztai…
Konstantin Bojanov's Bulgarian-French coproduction Ave is the lone CEE film selected for the Cannes 2011 Critics Week, 12-20 May.
SOFIA: Bulgaria’s Constitutional Court has struck down a controversial amendment to the Film Industry Act that would have reduced the government’s obligations to fund the film industry and opened the…
SOFIA: Bulgarian director Kamen Kalev announced that the postproduction of his second feature The Island is now completed. He told FNE that the edit of the film, which was shot…
Local news reports that Bulgarian actor Georgi Rusev died at age 82.
Bulgaria's ad market fell by 13.9% in 2010, nearly twice as much as the advertising industry had predicted. However, the decline can be seen as the beginning of a leveling…
SOFIA: Federation of European Film Directors (FERA) has thrown its weight behind Bulgarian filmmakers' struggle to stop the watering down of key legislation that guarantees the level of annual support…
SOFIA: Two film projects dominated the awards of the 8th annual Sofia Meetings which brought industry professionals together to pitch their projects and network in the Bulgarian capitol of Sofia…
(SOFIA): Bulgarian director Dragomir Sholev and producer Rossitsa Valkanova accepted the Grand Prix of the 15th Sofia International Film Festival (4-13 March, www.siff.bg) for the debut feature film Shelter. Sholev…
Berlin-based world sales company m-appeal (www.m-appeal.com) announced that it has closed a deal with Olive Film for the North American distribution rights of Stephan Komandarev's Bulgarian film The World is…
Twelve films are competing in the main competition of the Sofia International Film Festival which runs 4-13 March 2011. For ninth consecutive year the Grand Prix Award will be handed…
Bulgarian cable operator Blizoo received a fine from the Commission for Protection of Competition, the Bulgarian office responsible for monopoly oversight. Blizoo is the country's leading cable company.
Production is underway on the new Bulgarian TV series Sofianites Too Much which is set to air in March 2011. The series, about two neighboring families, is is produced by…
SOFIA: Viktor Chouchkov Jr.'s debut film Tilt (www.tilt.bg) rose to the top spot on the Bulgarian box office on its opening weekend 11-13 February 2011), with 14,200 admissions and box…
Bulgaria has become the largest European buyer of Turkish soap operas, according to a Bulgarian National Radio report. Bulgaria acquired 27 Turkish soaps, followed by Macedonia with 17.

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