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Mariana Hristova

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110 articles available in total starting from 10/09/2009. Last article published on 25/11/2022.

Review: Roxy

Review: Roxy

Berlin-based Georgian helmer Dito Tsintsadze comes up with a hilarious crime-comedy that turns the dyed-in-the-wool cultural and political labels concerning East and West on their heads  

25/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Review: Narcosis

Review: Narcosis

In his debut feature, positively bristling with controversial emotions, Dutch director Martijn de Jong captures the multi-faceted process of mourning in an unusually picturesque manner  

15/11 | Thessaloniki 2022

Review: Listen

Review: Listen

In her second film, Greek director Maria Douza follows a deaf girl whose impairment at times seems to be more of a gift than a curse  

15/11 | Thessaloniki 2022

Maria Douza • Director of Listen

Interview: Maria Douza • Director of Listen

“People always have problems with adaptation, whether they are forced to move or they do it of their own free will”

The Greek filmmaker speaks about the process of adjusting to new realities, which is the profound leitmotif behind her second feature  

14/11 | Thessaloniki 2022

Series Rough Pitch - The Balkan Way presents seven regional TV series projects

Series Rough Pitch - The Balkan Way presents seven regional TV series projects

Initiated last year by the Creative Europe Desk – MEDIA Office Croatia, the event takes place for a second consecutive year online  

04/11 | Industry | Market | Croatia

Avelina Prat • Director of Vasil

Interview: Avelina Prat • Director of Vasil

"People tend to help, but only when it doesn't affect our own comfort"

We spoke to the Spanish director about her debut film, which has just screened at festivals in Poland and Spain, shortly before its Spanish premiere  

04/11 | /Spain/Bulgaria

Review: Vasil

Review: Vasil

In her debut film, Avelina Prat explores the subtle relationship between two strangers as she analyses feelings deeper than mere empathy  

02/11 | Valencia 2022

Review: Shakespeare Like a Street Dog

Review: Shakespeare Like a Street Dog

Valeri Iordanov’s second feature, immersed in the savage environment of a Bulgarian Roma ghetto, searches cross points between the talents for art and survival simultaneously  

21/10 | Golden Rose 2022

First-time director Laura Hermanides currently filming The White Flash in Amsterdam

First-time director Laura Hermanides currently filming The White Flash in Amsterdam

The movie, which is based on a true story, deals with the sensitive subject of when euthanasia is requested in order to put an end to psychological suffering  

19/10 | Production | Funding | Netherlands

Review: The Art of Falling

Review: The Art of Falling

Bulgarian first-time director Orlin Milchev comes up with a coming-of-age story in which mother and daughter are maturing simultaneously  

04/10 | Golden Rose 2022

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