The film Viktoria by director and writer Maya Vitkova has been selected for a US release by the company Big World Pictures, located in Brooklyn, New York, the Hollywood Reporter announced.
Bulgaria has the second highest number of smokers in Europe and ranks sixth in the world in this respect.
Mere hours are left until the premiere of the eight episode of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, featuring a performance by Bulgarian actor Zahari Baharov in the role of a leader of a cannibal tribe.
The extremely successful Rudimental and Ella Eyre will be coming to Bulgaria for a special performance on September 12.
Removal of illegal constructions in the Plovdiv neighborhood of Stolipinovo started Thursday.
The Roma population in the Garmen municipality have stated their conviction that they are living in peace and harmony with the rest of the citizens in the region.
The National Gallery Square 500 is to host an official opening ceremony on Thursday in downtown Sofia.
The long awaited concert of hip hop and neo soul star Ms Lauryn Hill will take place in Sofia's Arena Armeets on July 15.
Bulgaria has signed an agreement with a delegation of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation on a donation for restoration works at the Trapezitsa Fortress in Veliko Tarnovo.
Bulgarian Tourism Ministry has been advertising hunting of Grizzly bears and American deer, as well as salmon fishing, as announced by the NGO Balkani Wildlife Society, the Bulgarian National Radio reported.
The Festival of the Arts in Sofia will be hosted by the Radisson Blu Grand Hotel in Sofia on May 30 and 31.
Security has been stepped up in the village of Garmen, southwestern Bulgaria, ahead of a protest against illegal buildings and settlers in a Roma neighborhood.
The photo competition for the best selfie with an EU-sponsored project will continue through to May 27.
''Come again in a week's time,'' called on the citizens of Garmen to Bulgarian Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova.
According to the latest estimates of the Association of Bulgarian Villages, 33 536 people moved to live in the villages in the past year.
The coalition government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has entered its routine working schedule and is no longer seen as something new and curious by Bulgarians.
A charitable exhibition will be opened at Sofia's National Palace of Culture on May 26 and will continue through to June 7.
A state of emergency was declared at midnight in the northwestern Bulgarian town of Mezdra due to the torrential rainfalls and floods.
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