ЗЛАТНА РОЗА – 32 ФЕСТИВАЛ НА БЪЛГАРСКИЯ ИГРАЛЕН ФИЛМ
32-ри фестивал на Българсия игрален филм
Варна, 11-17 октомври 2014
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BULGARIAN RHAPSODY

The summer of 1943. The Jews of Greater Bulgaria must obey the laws of Germany. Moni and Giogio meet Shelly (17) and their friendship is put to the test as they both fall in love with her, while the war rages. The Bulgarians are ordered to deport the Jews; trains traverse Bulgaria with 11,343 Jews from Macedonia and Thrace. What befalls the three youngsters is a reflection of the life in Bulgaria and that of the Jews in the Balkans in WWII with its anguish and atrocities leaving their mark on them.

IVAN NICHEV is a director and writer; he graduated in Film and TV Directing at Lodz Film School, where Andrzej Wajda was his teacher. Professor at NATFA, member of the European Film Academy. He made the features: Ganyo Balkanski Comes Back from Europe (TV, 2004), Journey to Jerusalem (2003); After the End of the World (1999), Golemanov (TV, 1995); Love dreams (1994), The Funny Adventures of a Bulgarian in Europe (1991), Ivan and Alexandra (1988), The Black Swans (1984), The Lonely People Ball (1981), Boomerang (1978), Stars in the Hair, Tears in the Eyes (1977).

FESTIVALS & AWARDS
Bulgarian nomination for a Best foreign language competition Oscar 2014






Bulgaria, Israel, 2014, 108 min

Script: Ivan Nichev, Tatyana Granitova, Yourii Dachev, Jean Pierre Magro
Director: Ivan Nichev
Cinematography: Addie Reiss
Music: Stefan Dimitrov
Cast: Moni Moshonov, Tatyana Lolova, Dimitar Rachkov, Kristiyan Makarov, Angela Nedyalkova, Stefan Popov, Alex Anski, Eliza Tokeva, Vasil Mihaylov, Stoyan Aleksiev, Lyubomir Kovachev, Sava Dragunchev, Bojidar Kostadinov
Production: Cinepaz – Nissim Levy, United King Films – Moshe Edery, Leon Edery and Schaul Sherzer, Cinissima Ltd.; Cinema Project-Rabinovich Foundation With the support of: Bulgarian National Film Center, Bulgarian National Television, Nu Boyana Film Studios
With the support of: Bulgarian National Film Center, Bulgarian National Television, Nu Boyana Film Studios