The Festival and Congress Center in Bulgaria’s coastal city of Varna hosted the 14 th edition of the World Animation Film Festival (12-16 September). "Animation is such a free art, with so many curious authors, each of whom works in their..
The 105 Minutes Sofia – History of the City documentary tells the story of key events that have marked the 8-millenia-long history of the capital. This journey back in time outlines archaeological discoveries, smart urban planning decisions,..
Omnipresent, directed by Ilian Djevelekov, is Bulgaria’s foreign language film nomination for the 2019 Oscars, the National Film Centre has announced. The plot of the film is centred on Emil, a writer and owner of an advertising agency and his..
For the 34 th time the lovely Black Sea town of Sozopol played host to the Apollonia Festival of Arts created by violinist Dimo Dimov from the internationally acclaimed Dimov String Quartet. He together with Margarita Dimitrova and the team they..
The Arte Gallery in Sofia has opened its autumn season with a jubilee exhibition by Elza Goeva. At the age of 90, the artist is still active and proves that when art is pure and sincere, it preserves people and gives them unsuspected strength...
On Saturday the Boris Gardens in the Bulgarian capital Sofia is hosting the festival Ratha Yatra. The roots of the festival are traced back to ancient India. It has been celebrated there for more than 3000 years. The event seeks to become..
The world-renowned street artist Nasimo has already painted an entire facade of a building on a central Sofia street in connection with the European Year of Cultural Heritage and as part of one of the youngest but most rapidly growing..
Artists from 10 Danube countries (Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine) are presenting in the city of Ruse the Danube Cartoons Exhibition. In the touring exhibition Danube Cartoons, the Working..
A Sofia citizen can rarely have the opportunity to enjoy the works of the large number of talents who were born and worked in the rest of the Bulgarian districts. In this particular case we are talking about the Yambol District and its artists’..
As if in a treasure chest, Elias Canetti used to keep his childhood experiences from his native town of Ruschuk only to scatter them later where his life storms would take him and to imbue them with even more sensations, insights and wisdom...