VARNA: Konstantin Burov’s  second feature film Goodbye, Johnny (Doli Media Studio) will screen in the main competition of the 38th Golden Rose National Film Festival (24 September - 1 October 2020).

VARNA: Ivailo Hristov’s feature Fear (Pro Film) will screen in the main competition of the 38th Golden Rose National Film Festival (24 September - 1 October 2020).

VARNA: Dimitar Petkov’s period drama The Short Straw (ARS Digital Studio) will screen in the main competition of the 38th Golden Rose National Film Festival (24 September - 1 October 2020). It is a period drama set 40 years ago, putting the head of a provincial police office and his subordinate officers in a fierce struggle against each other.

VARNA: Blessed are the Meek by Gueorgui Stoyanov and Wojciech Todorow will screen in the main competition of the 38th Golden Rose National Film Festival (24 September - 1 October 2020).

VARNA: Viktor Chouchkov’s second feature film 18% Grey will screen in the main competition of the 38th Golden Rose National Film Festival (24 September - 1 October 2020). It is a European coproduction between Bulgaria, Germany, Serbia, North Macedonia, and Belgium.

VARNA: Martin Makariev’s romantic action comedy Wildlings will screen in the main competition of the 38th Golden Rose National Film Festival (24 September - 1 October 2020).

VARNA: A total of 19 feature films and 22 shorts will be screened in the two official competitions of the 38th Golden Rose National Film Festival (24 September - 1 October 2020). Fourteen features were supported with public financing, three were coproduced by the Bulgarian National Television, and four were privately financed.

SOFIA: The Bulgarian-born Canadian animator Theodore Ushev started the shooting of his first feature film, a dark dystopia based on Vladislav Todorovs novel The Spinning Top. The actual film title φ1.618 refers to the Golden Ratio.

SOFIA: Dimitar Petkov is completing the post-production of his third feature film The Short Straw, a period drama set 40 years ago, putting the head of a provincial police office and his subordinate officers in a fierce struggle against each other.

SOFIA: Konstantin Burov is in the final stage of the post-production of his second feature film Goodbye, Johnny. The film was screened during the online edition of the 17th Sofia Meetings’ Works in Progress.

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