After Zornitsa Sophia’s film Mother, the Bulgarian entry for the Oscars' best international feature film award was rejected by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on 21 September due to violation of eligibility requirements, the National Film Centre has selected another Bulgarian entry.
The Bulgarian contender for best international feature film will be In the Heart of the Machine, directed by Martin Makariev. The prison thriller won the Golden Rose award at the Varna festival of the same name in 2021, and the best film award at Sofia Film Fest in 2022.
Thirty years after Bulgaria joined the International Organization of La Francophonie, the director of the French centre for modern art, the Centre Pompidou Xavier Rey paid a visit to this country at the invitation of the National Art Gallery in..
Three Bulgarians are entering the race for the Astrid Lindgren award in competition with 251 candidates from 64 countries, the Bulgarian news agency BTA reports. The nominations include some of the foremost names in literature for children in the..
An exhibition of 61 colour and black-and-white photographs of John Malkovich recreating the most iconic photographic images of the 20 th and 21 st century will be unveiled today at the National Gallery in Sofia. Author of the project is..
Villy Nikolov’s colourful paintings carry the sun of Spain, the smiles of childhood and so many stories anyone can discover and interpret, each in their..