VARNA: Ivan Cherkelov’s new feature Family Relics will have its world premiere in the main competition of the 33rd Golden Rose NFF (6-11 October 2015). The date of the domestic release has not been confirmed yet.
VARNA: Award winning documеntary director Atanas Kiryakov’s feature film Barter will vie in the main competition of the 33rd Golden Rose NFF (6-11October 2015). The film will be released domestically before the end of 2015.
BUCHAREST: Cinema City opened its 20th multiplex in Romania in the city of Deva and will open two more multiplexes in other regions in October 2015.
WARSAW: During the 31st Warsaw Film Festival (9-18 October), seven young critics will participate in the FIPRESCI Warsaw Critics Project, an initiative between WFF, FIPRESCI and Film New Europe. The young critics come from a range of backgrounds and from locations in Ukraine, Hungary, Lithuania, Russia and Poland.
The nominees for Silver Eye Awards have been announced. They will be judged by three juries for the seventh time in 2015.
ZAGREB: Croatian dramatic TV series Rest in Peace has been acquired by the Belgian Flemish Radio and Television (VRT). This is the first series developed and funded by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre to be broadcast in Western Europe.
SOFIA: Konstantin Bojanov’s first English-language film, I Want to be Like You, wrapped the Bulgarian shooting and is currently shooting in Belgium until 12 October 2015.
RIGA: Seven films will compete for the first time in the international competition of Riga International Film Festival (15-25 October 2015). It is a competition for films from countries connected by the Baltic Sea and there is no genre limit.
VARNA: Kamen Kalev’s third feature Face Down will have its world premiere in the main competition of the 33rd Golden Rose NFF (6-11October 2015). The theatrical release of this French/Belgian/Bulgarian coproduction is planned for 16 October 2015.
BUCHAREST: White Carpathia, the fourth and final episode of the British TV series Wild Carpathia, will start shooting this week. Producer Charlie Ottley launched a crowdfunding campaing on Kickstarter.com hoping to get 67,387 EUR / 50,000 GBP by 30 September 2015 in order to cover the costs of shooting.