• The thumb of freedom

    13 October 2020

    Margarita and Tsvetin Shushtarkovi

    In the Thumb of Freedom, the spirit of adventure invites you to embark on a harsh, world-discovering journey from Europe to India by land, long-forgotten roads.
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  • A Life for the Cinema

    13 October 2020

    Jean-Jacques Annaud

  • Praise to Hans Asperger

    12 October 2020

    Zlatko Enev

    Zlatko Enev describes the real manifestations of autism, based on his own experience, but also on the inevitably absorbed specialized literature.
  • Heroes

    6 October 2020

    Stephen Fry

    Heroes is the long-awaited second part of Stephen Fry's bestseller Mythos. In Mythos, the famous British author present us the titans and gods of Greek mythology, and with the second part we step into the era of heroes.
  • Pilatus

    6 October 2020

    Magda Szabo

    Pilatus is one of the admirable novels of the great Hungarian writer Magda Szabo. A fine story about the wandering of the soul through the labyrinths in which we live, and about the most saving feeling - love. The film adaptation of the book, directed by Linda Dombrovski, is part of the competition program of this year's edition of the Cinelibri International Book & Movie Festival.
  • The Mountains of Bulgaria

    2 October 2020

    Ivan Pankev

    We look at the mountains with the book of the traveler Ivan Pankev. The Mountains of Bulgaria combines over 200 photographs, as well as 54 travelogues, including the author's adventures during his ascents of their leaders and some of their emblematic tops.
  • Madamе Picasso

    1 October 2020

    Anne Girard

    The novel presents the fascinating and untold story of Eva Guell – the unforgettable woman who stole Pablo Picasso's heart. Eva Gouel arrives in Paris from a country full of ambition and dazzling dreams.
  • Unquiet

    30 September 2020

    Linn Ullmann

    He is a renowned Swedish filmmaker and has a plan for everything. She is his daughter, the youngest of nine children. Every summer, since she was a little girl, she visits him at his beloved stony house surrounded by woods, poppies, and the Baltic sea. Now that she’s grown up and he’s in his late eighties, he envisions a book about old age. He worries that he’s losing his language, his memory, his mind. Growing old is hard work, he says. They will write it together. She will ask the questions. He will answer them.
  • Lost Laysen

    29 September 2020

    The real-life romance at the heart of Lost Laysen's discovery is as enthralling as any work of fiction.
  • American Dirt

    11 March 2020

  • The Body: A Guide for Occupants

    11 March 2020

  • The Second Sex

    6 March 2020

  • The fruit of knowledge

    27 February 2020

  • The Adventures of Wesley Jackson

    27 February 2020

  • The Raven

    27 February 2020

  • Thirst

    20 February 2020

  • Tidelands

    19 February 2020

  • Mephistopheles

    6 February 2020

  • Babini yagini

    6 February 2020

  • The cockroach

    6 February 2020

    Ian McEwan

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