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Nadezhda Koseva's short Omelette (http://festival.sundance.org/2009/film_events/films/omelette) was chosen for the International Short Films program of the Utah based Sundance Film Festival.
Dimitar Manchev, one of Bulgaria's most popular stage, film and tv actors passed away January 14 in Sofia.
Bulgarian scriptwriter and film and documentary director Svetoslav Ovcharov (A Farewell to Hemingway, Bulgaria, That's Me!) has begun shooting his new feature Voice Over.
In just over 10 weeks, and in less than 10 cinema halls, Javor Gardev's Dzift surpassed the expectations of both the Alexandra distribution group and production company Miramar Film.
Stefan Komandarev (1966), whose film The World is Big and Salvation Lurks around the Corner is making an extraordinary tour of international film festivals, didn't intend to become a filmmaker.
Known as the beautiful muse of her extravagant film director husband Andrei Slabakov, Ernestina Shinova visibly advanced her career with portrayals of two characters in his long-awaited Hindemith.
Australian director Peter Weir plans a two month shoot on The Way Back in Bulgaria beginning in March, 2009.
The recent 49th Thessaloniki IFF (http://www.filmfestival.gr/) turned out to be most profitable for Bulgarian filmmakers.
The Arena chain of cinemas in Bulgaria plans to add 13-15 new cinemas in the next four years.
Thessaloniki IFF (www.filmfestival.gr) has selected a number of Bulgarian projects and films for the forthcoming Agora Film Market and the Balkan Survey program.
The 22nd Cinemania World Film Panorama kicks off November 7 in Sofia with Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones film Shine a Light.
The Bulgarian National Film Council, working with the National Film Center and the Ministry of Culture, will more than double support for films in 2009, increasing from 3.5 million to…
Producer/writer/director Kiran Kolarov's Innocently Yours has begun filming in Bulgaria,
The fall kicked off with the first success of a modern distribution style for new Bulgarian films.
Svetoslav Ovtcharov's A Farewell to Hemingway is the latest piece from Bulgaria, which in the last five years has pulled itself out of cinematic oblivio.
Bulgaria's Diema channels were responsible for a 494,000 euro profit for British owner Apace Media in the first half of 2008.
Seven years after the filming of Hard Cash, Val Kilmer returns to Bulgaria for a six week shoot on his newest movie Fake Identity.
Bulgaria's two largest cable TV operators have had a merger approved by the Competition Protection Commission.
Megalan Network, a Bulgarian internet provider, announced it will launch cable TV service by the end of the year, and Vi-Vesta Holding announced plans for an eco TV channel.
Adding to his popular series of Open Classes, Sofia-based French producer Patrick Sandrin organized the 11th edition on producing, featuring director general of Arte France Cinema, Michel Reilhac.

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