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Kosta Djordjevic, Lusin Dink, Igor Ivanov, Goran Markovic, Marko Santic and Tomi Salkovski will come to present their films to the festival's audence
We talked with one of the producers of "Kismet" about the topics of this interesting documentary
After the screening, we invite you to a talk with the director, at 12:30 h in Matti'D
Nina-Maria Paschalidou and Eleni Christodoulou meet the audience at the premiere screening of their "Kismet"
The director and the producer will present their documentary tonight, 8 March, at 20:30 h in cinema Lumiere
It is for the first time that SIEMENS provides the first prize and supports the Documentary Competition at Sofia IFF
The Hungarian director is one of the 18th Sofia IFF guests
Five Bulgarian productions from the 18th Sofia IFF will be screened in cinema Lumiere
To the attention of our colleagues, journalists, here is a list of the 18th Sofia International Film Festival’s press events and the interviews application form.
Svetoslav Draganov with Special Mention at Zagreb
Screen Daily - New films by Mira Fornay, Radu Jude and Stephan Komandarev are among the projects to be pitched at this year’s Sofia Meetings (March 13-16)
Main information about accents and details of 18th Sofia Film Fest
Dusan Hanak’s debut film “322” opens the “Czechoslovakian New Wave. 1969, Forbidden Films.” part of the festival’s programme on the 28th February at Cinema House
The famous director will receive the Sofia Award of Sofia Municipality for Outstanding Contribution in Cinema
Eleven compelling cinematic narratives, inspired by both history and reality, will compete in the Documentary Competition during the 18th SFF
It is for the first time that SIEMENS provides the first prize and supports the Documentary Competition at Sofia International Film Festival
Films which have been made in 1969 are finally shown to the general public 20 years later.”Larks on a String” by Jiri Menzel wins a ‘Golden Bear’ at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1990. The leading Slovak director Martin Sulik will personally present his documentary film “25 From the Sixties or the Czechoslovak New Wave”.The start is on the 28th February and as a special guest we will have the famous Slovak director Dusan Hanak. The cinematographer will receive the Sofia Municipality Award and will present his film “322”, 1969, personally before the festival’s audience.
Ten Films will be competing for the Balkan Prize during the 18th Sofia International Film Festival, kindly provided, as tradition serves by “Domaine Boyar”. The Blakan Competition Award will be chosen from the following jury members: Georgian director Kakha Kikabidze, the festival’s director and programmer India Srinivasa Santhanam and the Bulgarian actor Stephan A. Shtereff
You can have a TICKET for Sofia Film Fest from 21 February. The programme is already online, films are traveling, we're waiting for our guests ! TICKET! You can buy it from everywhere, it can take you everywhere!
Hundreds of first and second title films from all continents around the globe have entered their films in the International Competition during the 18th Sofia International Film Festival. There were productions coming from countries such as Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Cuba, Columbia, Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Morocco, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Guinea Bissau, Bangladesh... The film selection process took more than two months until the final twelve films, which were to compete, were lastly settled; most of the chosen productions are the director's debut films.
'Ruin' by Michael Cody and Amiel Courtin-Wilson / 'In Bloom' by Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross / 'The Golden Dream' by Diego Quemada-Diez
‘Moebius’ by Kim Ki-duk / ‘My Dog Killer’ by Mira Fornay / ‘Ida’ by director Pawel Pawlikowski
The new Serbian Cinema will be presented in Sofia, lead by famous names such as directors Goran Paskaljevic and Goran Markovic, as well as Serbia’s most famous actors Predrag Manojlovic (Miki) and Lazar Ristovski among 15 guests visiting from neighbouring Serbia
"Pride" received Grand Prix in the International competition at the International Short Film Festival in Clermont-Ferrand, France
As a special guest at the festival, the director will personally present his newest film in Sofia
The paintings of one of the most influential painters in the new history of the art, Edward Hopper, come to life in the cinema
On 4th February, after long discussions out of the 90 entered in the competition, the selection committee chose the 12 finalists
The 18th Sofia International Film Festival is proud to present three films by the great Italian cinematographer Paolo Sorretino
One of the gala screenings during the Sofia Film Festival 2014 will be "The Great Beauty– a film awarded with a Golden Globe for Best Cinematography and four prizes from the European Film Awards- Best Film in 2013, Best Director (Paolo Sorretino), Best Actor (Toni Servillo) and Best Editor (Cristiano Travaglioli).
Bringing viewers together for 18th time this March, Sofia International Film Festival proves once again its leading position as a cultural event, as it tops the capital’s chances of becoming European Capital of Culture
The alluring titles that will attract the viewer’s attention in March prove to be many. Among them are a few which will invite the audience in the largest halls to feel the festivals’ euphoria at its best
The Big Awards rubric in SIFF's programme traditionally presents film titles which have been awarded the previous year at international film forums
Goran Paskaljevic will receive SOFIA AWARD of the Sofia Municipality for contribution to world cinema
Serbian Director will present his newest film "When Day Breaks"
After this festival screening, the newest Komandarev's movie will open in theaters in October
March is approaching and once again Sofia Film Fest will have it's Young Cinephiles' Jury. Here you can find the conditions for your application...
Retrospective of the provocative Danish director expects its viewers at the 18th SOFIA FILM FEST
The animated-documentary FATHER, which had its international premiere at the 2012 Sofia International Film Festival’s Jameson Short Film Award competition has had an incredible festival circuit. Over the past two years the film has been to over 100 film festivals and awarded 26 times
Lars Von Trier follows "a woman's erotic journey from birth to the age of 50", there's "sex and philosophy" in his new provocative project.
"Culture of Speech" study, organized by Art Fest and Cinema House - for elaboration of people's communication skills
New point of view
Art Fest Foundation and Dom na Kinoto present one special charity event. On December 12 - 2 days and 65 years after UN accepted The Human Rights Chart - we invite audiences to a special screening of "An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker" and KARANDILA Junior Concert
Maya Vitkova's feature film debut "Victoria" will have its world premiere in the competition program of the Sundance Film Festival
Sofia International Film Festival has been traveling in Bulgaria for years now and has had editions in 20 towns so far.
The garden in the courtyard of the building where Kita lives is an oasis in the centre of Sofia.
Some history of the Festival band - an inseparable part of the festival
I have started putting in a list (Kita’s Places) every restaurant or bar where I was impressed by the quality of its food and ambience.
While I travel throughout Bulgaria, I love to discover places, which I enlist in my blackberry as Kita’s Place. This is a list of 20 restaurants and several bars. I have also included places from the past, which are no longer the same, but are still part of my memories.
...whose star rised with a project during Sofia Meetings and/or debut feature at Sofia International Film Festival
These are 20 of my favorite films by 20 of my favorite directors. I have at least 20 more favorite directors and many more favorite films.
...still cannot be connected with the name of Stefan Kitanov and the crew of Art Fest / RFF International. Till this moment the films are 12 and it is expected the number 20 to be reached and exceeded in future 8 years. The completed productions till December 2012 are:
ART FEST became a distribution company in 2003. By the end of 2012 the company presented in Sofia Film Festival's programme and distributed in Bulgaria over 40 features made by established European directors. Our selection here includes the following features distributed chronologically in Bulgarian cinemas:
which Sofia International Film Festival put on the world film map
It is just an impossible task to present only 20 young directors who were guests at Sofia International Film Festival. Especially after introducing the International competition for first and second feature film our festival started to draw attention as desirable destination for great number of first time directors and many of them became well known contemporary authors. And so that's why we choose 60:
...outside The Festival's Band repertoire. "Music is not only recharging me and creating an atmosphere, but it also provides me with a rhythm, especially when I drive - I cannot sit even for a minute behind the wheel without turning on my favorite iPod. One of my favorite experiences with iPod was at the Valley of Death, California. We needed only Pink Floyd's music in this incredible moon-like place. Off course, we were thoughtful enough ti have brought it with us. Here are 20 songs 100% Kita."
We wanted to name 20 world famous directors who attended Sofia International Film Festival throughout the years, but it turned out to be impossible to make such a short list, so that is why we chose 40.
...organized by Stefan Kitanov and the Cinema House's team in the 90s and by Kita and Art Fest's team from 2001 onwards
Through the years, more than 3000 films were screened during Sofia International Film Festival. Some of them made a great impression on the audience...
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