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SOFIA 2016 Industry

27 projects presented at the 13th Sofia Meetings


- The extensive event will bring together filmmakers and producers

27 projects presented at the 13th Sofia Meetings
Director Eric Boadella, whose Attila is one of the selected projects

The industry part of the Sofia International Film Festival (10-20 March), Sofia Meetings, launches its 13th edition today. The teams behind 27 selected projects, many from European countries and all of them first, second or third features, will meet with more than 150 industry executives from different parts of the world.

The 13th edition also includes several additional events, such as a workshop on audience development by Europa Cinemas, a Europa Distribution workshop (read the news), case studies, and presentations of various programmes and training schemes. Sofia Meetings has been organised with the help of Creative Europe – MEDIA programme, the Bulgarian National Film Center, Sofia Municipality and the local Ministry of Culture. Nu Boyana Studios will give out the Grand Prix for Best Project. 

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Here is a list of the selected projects: 

Second Film Projects Programme
AttilaEric Boadella (Spain)
Closed to the Public – Vanja Sviličić (Croatia)
In BetweenBogdan Mustaţă (Romania)
SisterSvetla Tsotsorkova (Bulgaria)
The Good IranianTina Gharavi (UK)
The FugueAgnieszka Smoczyńska (Poland)
The Untamed MemoriesUri Bar-on (Israel)

Plus Minus One Programme
DaisiDea Kulumbegashvili (Georgia)
John Vardar vs the GalaxyGoce Cvetanovski (Macedonia)
A Picture with Yuki [+see also:
film review
film profile
Lachezar Avramov (Bulgaria/Canada/Japan)
Savana PadanaPaolo Borraccetti (Italy)
The African ShoreKonstantin Bojanov (Bulgaria)
UsudStefan Malešević (Serbia)

Projects in Bank
ArrhythmieBoris Khlebnikov (Russia)
BeetleMartin Iliev (Bulgaria)
DriverNikolay Vasilev (Bulgaria)
For the Honour of the EmpireStefan Tenev (Bulgaria)
I Miss YouVlatka Vorkapić (Croatia)
Internal SecurityGeorgi Tenev (Bulgaria)
John’s BicycleColin Riendeau (Canada)
QuietlySilviya Pesheva (Bulgaria)
Raging SeaZlatin Radev (Bulgaria)
SonDimitar Sardzhev (Bulgaria)
The Straight PathMassimo Coglitore (Italy)
The InterrogationHaci Orman (Turkey)
The Syrian GirlTchavdar Georgiev (Bulgaria)
The Whistling Art FactoryAndjei Petras (Russia)

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