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The Nu Boyana Film Studios award for best pitching at the Sofia Meetings ‘Second Films Pitching' Programme was handed out to the project Kalabalak by Sasha Damjanovski (UK, Former Yugoslavian…
Vera Glagoleva's debut drama One War, treating the tragic fate of exiled Soviet mothers with children by German fathers during World War II, was awarded the Grand Prix of the…
Following The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks around the Corner, the first Bulgarian film sold in 25 territories, director Stefan Komandarev is developing a cross border drama The Judgment.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has negotiated a deal to buy Bulgarian channel bTV from News Corporation for $400 million.
Bulgaria's leading film festival, Sofia IFF, has received FIAPF accreditation in the category of competitive festival specialized in first and second films.
Bulgaria's first Orthodox online broadcasts have been launched in Plovdiv.
Film director Plamen Masslarov (14 Kisses, 1997; Mayor, Mayor, 1990; The Judge, 1986) and head of the Bulgarian National Film Archive announced that his Bulgarian-Russian co-production The Ravishment will be…
Bulgaria's national film awards will be decided by a newly created Academy beginning with the 2010 awards.
Stephan Komandarev's Bulgarian-German-Hungarian-Slovenian co-production, The World is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner, is among nine films vying for an Oscar nomination for the best foreign language film.
Bulgaria's National Film Center (www.nfc.bg) announced that 14 new titles are expected to be produced in 2010.
Kamen Kalev's festival success, Eastern Plays, will have theatrical releases in 15 countries across Europe -- including Hungary and Slovenia -- and beyond, through international sales agent Memento Films.
The Bulgarian government is proposing a 57% cut in public funding for the national film industry, prompting an official protest by the National Film Council.
The Bulgarian NFC selected its final round of films receiving funding in 2009, distributing a total of € 2.3 million.
Following initially promising discussions during the summer, the new administration of the Ministry of Culture will need to cut film funding in 2010.
Bulgarian films, including two awarded features and a documentary film, are attracting local audiences and international distribution.
Dzift, the award-winning neo-noir film debut from Bulgarian director Javor Gardev, is near to closing a deal to sell rights for a Hollywood remake.
The Bulgarian National Film Centre (www.nfc.bg) has decided to support the work of Film New Europe (FNE) in 2009 with a grant of 2000 Euros.
Bulgaria's Nova TV has acquired rights to a second season of the soap opera Forbidden Love (Zabranena Lyubov) from FremantleMedia Enterprises.
ORS, the Austrian company Oesterreichische Rundfunksender, is reviving its bid for Bulgarian telecom Vivacom's broadcasting unit, NURTS.
The Swedish investment fund EQT V (EQT) (www.eqt.dk) has paid €210 million for the acquisition of the two Bulgarian major cable operator, Eurocom (ekk.bg) and Cabletel (www.cabletel.bg).

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