• To be a teacher in Koprivshtitsa

    26 November 2015

    We meet with Mariyan Rankov - a teacher in Together in class, an organization that focuses on good education even in the smallest towns of Bulgaria. We talk with him about how his life changed, when he had to move to Koprivshtitsa to teach in the program.
  • 11 Moments of Yulian Tabakov

    12 November 2015

    He sets fire in the pit of our stomachs with his scenography from many years, then it burns and explodes vividly in his first movie - Tsvetanka, which we watch with our mouths agape.
  • The things of life: Stefan Ikoga

    25 June 2015

    text and photos Sevda Semer

    With two words, what he does is: urban chronicle. In poetry and prose. He just won the Sofia Poetics festival with his text Easy to hate, which provoked Sylvia Choleva to say "come to your senses, people!" in his defence. Today he's easy to love, he lets us in his own chornicle fast and his only request is to photograph him without the Cheshire cat's smile with which he entered the Poetics history. Ok, done.
  • Read With Them

    4 June 2015

    Photo Giveagradago.com

    This Saturday we will go out barefoot, meet friends and listen stories. They won't be ours but someone else's - on 6 June at the garden in front of the National Theatre we will gather for the second round of Read with me. The idea is great because its aim is mainly to show to all children that reading is a funny magic that can transform our minds from Gobi desert to a garden. We connect with three people that have poured theirs amply - they've read a lot to write fine. They are script writers.
  • The things of life: Victor Chuchkov

    26 March 2015

    He's half of Chuchkov Brothers - a production company, founded with his brother Borislav. But today we're not talking business - we met with Victor to discuss the things he loves and life in our city.
  • Live from Reykjavík

    11 December 2014

    The Icelandic author Sjon will meet his Bulgarian fans on December 12 during the International Literary Festival held in Sofia till December 14. He inhabits the literary world from early age, his idol is David Bowie (from his early, golden age) and he is an old friend of one of the most popular Icelandic singers - Bjork. He writes texts for some of her songs, librettos and operas among his novel-writing.
  • 7 moments of Stefan Ivanov

    27 November 2014

    Recently he is working at the theatre but primarily he is a poet. His new book Inward contains 89 "reactions to the charms and friendships, views and events, crushes and listenings".
  • Save After Reading

    6 November 2014

    interview Diana Tomova

    Even his own publisher didn't know that he held a worldwide bestseller in his hands when the first copies of The Dinner were printed. The novel of the ugly secrets that two families hide while eating at the most expensive restaurant in town, gives Herman Koch a nickname "the most translated Dutch writer."
  • Live From Sofia

    17 September 2014

  • Voyvoda Songs

    13 August 2014

  • Comet Halley

    10 July 2014

  • A Book Feeling

    19 June 2014

  • ... And Elin for All

    5 June 2014

  • Photography after the fall

    14 May 2014

  • Stories of the Fantastic

    23 April 2014

    Slavina Ilieva, photos Boris Pramatarov

  • Nouvelle Vague

    15 April 2014

  • Soul Pieces

    5 March 2014

  • Legendary Times

    25 February 2014

  • Bike Ride

    18 February 2014

  • Fading

    5 February 2014

    text Nikola Shahpazov, photho Vladimir Tonashevich

    Without its people, a house is soulless, result of good used building materials. Based on the same (or close enough ) position, the team of the project Fading Sofia explores inhabited and uninhabited crumbling buildings of Old Sofia - not the beautiful facades, but the shadows of all their residents, thousands of stories that still roam them, like ghosts from Dickens story .
    Regardless of the slightly melancholic sound of the idea, two of the most active researchers of Fading Sofia - Tzveti Slavcheva and Nevena Germanova insist that the project is driven mostly by enthusiasm, beauty, optimism and the stories throw especially interesting light on the many unknown sides of the city that we love.