• Bulgaria Hotel

    6 July 2007

    text Diana Tomova

    You will find two charming Bulgarians in the second part of Hostel – the model-actress-photographer Vera Yordanova in an almost key role (as Axel) and Stanislav Yanevski, a.k.a. Viktor Krum from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Stanislav takes part in few scenes and has few words but we are just happy that a 22-year Bulgarian had something to do with Tarantino himself. Here he comes answering some life-important questions.
  • The girl with the camera

    20 April 2007

    text Mariana Hristova, photos Ilian Ruzhin

    Mila from Mars movie acquainted us with Zornitsa Sofia. Since then we have been keeping a close eye on her projects while she never stops working. Her last documentary movie Modus Vivendi was presented in Sofia Film Fest in March and she starts the shootings of her second motion picture in autumn. Meanwhile there is a third one in progress but this is another story. Now Zornitsa Sofia has something to say about some dangerous blues.
  • Run Lora Run

    30 March 2007

    text Anelia Alexandrova, photos Ilian Ruzhin

    Dimitar Kotsev-Shosho does a lot of things, but one of them disturbs his sleep – after writing and publishing in a really cool format the novel Lora from Dusk till Down, he promised to make a movie out of it. It turned out not to be a joke – some time passed and here we are again talking with him about the casting and why Lora should be played by a brunette.
  • Luc and the Minimoys

    30 March 2007

    text Anelia Alexandrova, photos Todor Tsvetkov for Angel Kotsev studio

    Frankly speaking, when we found out he was coming for the premiere of his new movie, we got a little bit anxious about it. At the same time his book in Bulgarian telling the story of the main character Arthur is on the market. The only obvious thing we could do is to take his interview. Here we are in the same room, face to face with the really modern story teller – Luc Besson.
  • Berlin Connection

    23 February 2007

    text Elena Peneva, photos Todor Tsvetkov for Angel Kotsev Studio

    Lately, we very often hear the name of Ivan Burnev and every time it is on a pleasant occasion. After Lady Z and The Assaults (Salza i Smiah New Drama Theatre), now he impresses us with something really big – a nomination for leading role in the Irzi Mencel’s film I Served the King of England from the Festival in Berlin. This is the first actor to appear at the festival for 20 years time! Even though Ivan did not receive the award we were so happy about his nomination that we hurried to find him and ask him about the most important things before the film is shown on the Sofia Film Fest. We are waiting excitedly.