Love is folly 2009

Love is folly 2009


28 August 2009 - 3 September 2009
Over 20 countries from three continents will present their movies during the 17th edition of Love is folly.


This year the accent will be on the European cinema and Bulgaria has a convincing presence as well. There will be two panoramas, dedicated to the Bulgarian movie heritage. One of them is in memorial of the great Bulgarian actor Petar Slabakov and the other is dedicated to the work of the script writer Georgi Mishev.
Main accent in Love is folly will be the newest german cinema. The Bavarian program includes six movies. Among them you can see the winner of the Silver bear prize of this year’s BerlinaleAll the other, directed by Maren Ade. Another accent in the program is the panorama of the movies with the russian actor Oleg Yankovski. You will be able to remind masterpieces like Tsareubiytsa, Flying Asleep and Awake, My Tender and Affectionate Beast.
Among the guests of the festival will be the Georgian director Nana Dzhordzhadze and the American director Celik Kayalar. Their movies – The Rainbowmaker and Moonlight sonata are also included in the program.
The russian movie, Admiral by Andrey Kravchuk will have the honour to open the festival. There is no doubt for the interest that the two movies with bulgarian participation provoke. They are Prima Primavera starring Vesela Kazakova and Djoko Rosich and St. George Shoots the Dragon with Stefan Danailov in one of the main roles.



 

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