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Le Centre national du cinéma bulgare annoncent les bénéficiaires de ses premiers financements pour 2019

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- Six coproductions minoritaires ont également bénéficié d’un soutien financier à la production avoisinant les 495 000€

Le Centre national du cinéma bulgare annoncent les bénéficiaires de ses premiers financements pour 2019
Le réalisateur Victor Bojinov, dont les projets de longs-métrages The Kingdom of Chamla et The Naked Truth About the Zhiguly Group ont reçu un financement

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Following the domestic success of his previous feature, Heights/The Liberators [+lire aussi :
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(see the news), Bulgarian director Victor Bojinov seems to be in the good graces of the Bulgarian National Film Center selection committee, as two of his new feature-length projects, The Kingdom of Chamla (produced by Gala Film) and The Naked Truth About the Zhiguly Group (Concept Studio), received funding at the first grant session organised by the centre in 2019.

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Besides Bojinov’s projects, the total amount of production support of approximately €2.44 million was shared by Zornitsa Sophia’s Mother (produced by MQ Pictures), Pavel G Vesnakov’s Windless (Red Carpet), Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov’s Triumph (Abraxas Film), and Magdelena Ilieva’s The Eternity Package (Agitprop).

Three short films shared a total of €76,000, while another €92,000 were distributed among nine projects in development.

After increasing its minority co-production funding by 53% at the beginning of 2019 (see the news), the centre has announced six new European productions that will receive financing through their Bulgarian co-production partners. Slobodan Sijan’s The Great Tram Robbery (Chouchkov Brothers), Irini Vachlioti and Panagiotis KleitharasVassilis Arvanitis (Klas Film), Radivoje Andric’s How I Learned to Fly (Art Fest), Ştefan Constantinescu’s Man & Dog (Klas Film), Jean Bergeron’s Berlin or the Art of Escape (Trivium Films), and Elina Psykou’s Stray Bodies (Red Carpet) received amounts varying between €45,000 and €113,000.

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