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Triumph of Bulgarian cinema in Prague

Submitted on Sunday, 1 February 2009No Comment
Triumph of Bulgarian cinema in Prague

The Days of the Bulgarian cinema in Prague surpassed all expectations for success. Over 1300 people had the chance to get a first hand feel of the modern Bulgarian cinematography between January 20th – 22nd in the central cinema “Svetozor”.

The audience in Prague has a choice between the most popular feature films, documentaries and animations, created in Bulgaria during the last few years. The official opening showed the Czech audience the movie “Zift”. It had already generated a considerable success in the Bulgarian and international movie scene. The director of “Zift” Yavor Gardev and the actor/singer/musician/director Stefan Valdobrev were present at the opening day.

The two following movies – the documentary “The Interpreter of Black and White Films” of the director Teddy Moskov and the debut of Stefan Valdobrev “Hidden” were also shown to a packed audience. According to the hosts, Svetozor hasn’t seen that much attendance on a day dedicated to a country in a long time.

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