Despite protests of Bulgarian filmmakers against the policies of the cabinet in the culture sector, the "Golden Rose" movie fest awards were announced late Friday evening.
The German Theater Union has issued a strong-worded letter of alarm against Bulgarian government-imposed self-styled "reforms" of theaters, which has seen funds drastically cut and institutions disbanded.
The protest of the Bulgarian directors is based not only on the lack of state funding, but mostly on the government's attitude towards culture, director Dimitar Mitovski has announced.
A number of Bulgarian film directors and producers left the yearly Golden Rose film festival in Varna in protest over the government's failure to abide by legislative norms and refusal to duly support of Bulgarian cinema.
The 29th edition of the festival for Bulgarian feature film "Golden Rose" opens Saturday in the Black Sea city of Varna with the hit Bulgarian movie "Mission London" of Director Dimitar Mitovski.
A TV crew from a Portuguese media company is coming to Bulgaria to shoot a documentary.
Foreign culture institutions in Bulgaria will gather Sunday for the first time to celebrate in Sofia the European Day of Languages.
Bulgaria's National Film Center has put forth "Eastern Plays" as the Bulgarian nomination for the US Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Bulgarian graphic designer and illustrator Yanko Tsvetkov has revealed seven maps of Europe reproducing what he saw as stereotypes that different nations have about European countries.
The Bulgarian audience is appreciating good theater less and less, according to leading local directors.
Even though the authorities have revealed the name of the architect picked to construct the "Bulgarian Louvre" Museum in Sofia, no information whatsoever about the winning project has been made available.
Yanko Apostolov, a Bulgarian architect, living in New York, has been selected as winner in the public tender for the new museum complex in the capital Sofia, known as the Bulgarian Louvre, the culture ministry announced.
A major festival of the Bulgarian culture will be held in London in November.
A fashion show of the popular Bulgarian designer Zheni Zhivkova is expected to gather the political elite from the country, as well as representatives of diplomatic missions.
Bulgaria is set to mark the 120th anniversary since the establishment of operatic art in the country with a series of events.
The eight annual international crafts fair opens Saturday at the ethnographic complex "Etara," near Bulgaria's central city of Gabrovo.
The Bulgarian National Art Gallery in Sofia is hosting an exhibition of what is said to be a significant part of Edgar Degas' sculptural oeuvre.
A new open-air photo exhibit dedicated to Bulgaria's culture was opened in downtown Sofia Monday.
Citizens and guests of the Bulgarian capital will be able to enjoy for three nights Leo Delibes' opera “Lakme” in the park of the G.S.Rakovski National Military Academy in September.
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