A number of cultural events marked Bulgaria's public life in 2010.
The 15th edition of the Sofia International Film Festival will begin March 4 and its program will consist of about 200 feature films, with the main focus being on French cinema, the organizers have announced.
Italian Culture Minister Sando Bondi is about to resign in the next couple of days due to the scandal involving Bulgarian-born actress Michelle Bonev and other issues, according to Italian media.
The Bulgarian Plovdiv will run for a European Capital of Culture in 2019, the city's Mayor, Slavcho Atanasov, has announced.
The Istanbul City Hall is to restore the Bulgarian "St. Stefan" church, the Bulgarian news agency BTA reports Friday, citing Turkish media.
Bulgaria's Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov has accepted the resignation handed by Alexander Donev, head of the Bulgarian National Film Center, on Thursday.
Israeli-born ethno-pop singer Ishtar will stage two concerts in Bulgaria in the summer of 2011, the organizers ART BG have announced.
Orthodox Christians in Bulgaria mark on Monday Ignazhden, the day of St. Ignatius, which inaugurates all the Christmas and New Year festivities.
French political scientist and educator, Nad?ge Ragaru, has published a book on the Bulgarian transition period after the communist regime.
The British pop group Wham!'s 1984 single "Last Christmas" is the most annoying Christmas song ever, according to a Bulgarian poll.
The Kings of Swing, Glenn Miller Orchestra, is arriving to Bulgaria again to stage two concerts in Sofia and in the Black Sea city of Varna, the organizers ART BG have announced.
German-based group N.O.H.A., best known for its hit song "Tu Cafe", will represent Bulgaria at Eurovision 2011, according to persistent rumours, circulating in Bulgarian media.
The premiere of the sequel of the novel by Bulgarian author, Dimitar Nedkov, "The Bulgarian's Sign," gathered once again a distinguished crowd of excited readers at the National Palace of Culture.
Bulgarian film director Svetoslav Ovcharov became the star of the 34th edition of the prestigious International Film Festival held in Cairo, Egypt, between November 30 and December 9.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra will play for the first time in Bulgaria Saturday at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia.
Chief Architect of Sofia, Petar Dikov, has declared his intention to downsize and update the list of buildings in the Bulgarian capital that are listed as culture monuments.
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