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GOLDEN ROSE 2019

La 37ma edizione del Golden Rose Festival pronta al via

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- 13 produzioni e coproduzioni bulgare concorreranno per i premi del festival

La 37ma edizione del Golden Rose Festival pronta al via
A Picture with Yuki di Lachezar Avramov

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Thirteen features and 17 short films will screen in the official competition of the 37th edition of the Golden Rose Film Festival (Varna, Bulgaria, 27 September-4 October), a true who's who of Bulgarian cinema organised by the country's National Film Center.

The competing features are Svetla Tsotsorkova's Sister [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria/Qatar), Lachezar Avramov's A Picture with Yuki [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria/Japan), Stanislav Donchev's Letters from Antarctica (Bulgaria), Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov's The Father [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria/Greece), Dragomir Sholev's The Pig [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria/Romania), Marian Valev's Bad Girl [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria), Borislav Mihailovski's Love, Boyden (Bulgaria), Stephan Komandarev's Rounds [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria/Serbia), Radoslav Iliev's Action (Bulgaria), Anri Koulev's Once Upon a War (Bulgaria/Monaco), Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova's Cat in the Wall [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria/UK/France), Iliya Kostov's A Travelling Cinema (Bulgaria) and one minority co-production, Mahmut Fazil Coşkun's The Announcement [+leggi anche:
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(Turkey/Bulgaria).

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The gathering is opening itself up to international film professionals by inviting non-Bulgarians to form part of the jury led by director Milko Lazarov, whose most recent feature, Ága [+leggi anche:
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, is representing the country at next year's Academy Awards. The other four members of the jury are Renata Santoro, a programmer for the Venice Days sidebar of the Venice Film Festival; Bulgarian DoP and director Emil Christov; Bulgarian actress Joreta Nikolova; and Croatian director Hrvoje Hribar. They will announce the winners of the awards during a gala held on 4 October.

Other minority co-productions (for example, Paul Negoescu's The Story of a Summer Lover [+leggi anche:
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and Radu Jude's “I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians” [+leggi anche:
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) will screen out of competition, with some features from Bulgaria's neighbouring countries being invited to partake in the Balkan Focus sidebar.

This edition also boasts a short-film competition. Round-tables, presentations and press conferences will round off the budding industry platform of the festival.

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