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GOLDEN ROSE FILM FESTIVAL 2015

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Losers comes out on top at Varna

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- Family Relics, Face Down and Thirst were also among the winners of the 33rd Golden Rose Film Festival

Losers comes out on top at Varna
Losers by Ivaylo Hristov

After winning the Golden George at the Moscow International Film Festival in June, Ivaylo Hristov’s Losers [+see also:
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also received several awards at the 33rd edition of the Golden Rose Film Festival (5-11 October, Varna), including Best Film, Best Actress (Elena Telbis) and the Audience Award.

The Special Award of the City of Varna went to Ivan Cherkelov’s Family Relics [+see also:
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, which also won an award from the Union of Bulgarian Filmmakers. The jury chaired by Stephan Komandarev (winner of the top award last year with The Judgement [+see also:
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) gave Kamen Kalev the Best Director Award for his third feature, Face Down [+see also:
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The Best Screenplay Award went to Marin Damianov for Dimitar Dimitrov’s Corpse Collector [+see also:
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. DoP Veselin Hristov received the Best Cinematography Award for Thirst [+see also:
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; Svetla Tsotsorkova’s film, which premiered in September at San Sebastián, won the Best First Feature Award, while Stefan Denolyubov snagged the Best Actor Award for Tsvetodar Markov’s While Aya Was Sleeping [+see also:
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The Best Short Film Award was shared by Hristo Simeonov’s The Son and Dimitar Kutmanov’s Ecce Homo.

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