day by day
The winted edition of the festival starts on January 23 with the Bulgarian movie Monkey - at 18:00 at Dom na kinoto with free passes for all students. Some of the cast and crew behind the film will also be there for a discussion afterwards.
The things that make our lives better. The video With the 1000+ shares it's already viral - a Bulgarian video in which a super-dude runs and jumps through all sorts of terrain. His name is Ilko Iliev, and the whole work is made by super-team standing behind his back. Don't stop, want to see 1000+ things more.
The Story of Things: Yana and Lubo from OurHood
OurHood combines our childhood, adulthood and neighbourhood into one place where we're allowed to do things the way we like to. We've loved the work desks that represent this idea for months and now we meet with their makers - Yana and Lubo, who welcome us in their home to share the things they cherish in their lives. THE SURFORM
From January until December 2016 exactly 49 artists have passed through the heart of Programata. Looking back, we collect 12 of them in a calendar (get your physical copy in issue #787) and here's what their wishes and resolutions for 2017 are.
The Things from Life: Adi and Bell from Milk Vampires
"The child changes everything", they say before we've asked. And in that kind of change, you better have proselytes. Milk Vampires is such a gathering point - online space created by energetic moms who share stories about the excitements, ...
The anual WhATA Awards celebrate the good and the bad accomplishments in Bulgarian architecture and will be given away at an imaginary ceremony for a seventh year now. The winners will be announced in February - now is the time for geting to know the nominees. Check the shortlist on whata.org and vote for your winners.
Shots in the Snow
A photo walk in beautiful winter Sofia.
The Other Iran
For years I've been travelling and teaching meditation and mindfullness. Different events have brougth me to many different places but my love for the Middle East has always pulled me towards Iran. And you know what they say - dreams do come true when they're strong enough - in the past year I met a few Iranian women and together we decided to do a series of workshop in Tehran. It wasn't easy. At first we encountered fear and opposition. But the fact we managed to host these classes for ...