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BG Screen Online festival that brings home cinema production abroad begins

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From today until December 6 Bulgarians abroad can watch 22 Bulgarian films free of charge within the frameworks of the festival “BG Screen Online”, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced. The event is organized by the State Cultural Institute with the support of Bulgarian diplomatic representations across the globe.

Feature-length films, short films, documentary projects and animation films can be found on Neterra online video platform. People can enjoy films by Jackie Stoev, Anri Kulev, Niki Iliev and Dimitar Kotsev-Shosho, documentaries about the history of the five most representative buildings of the socialist period, as well as the music-documentary “Loving Carmen” featuring Bulgarian opera diva Alexandrina Pendatchanska.

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