32-ри фестивал на Българсия игрален филм
Варна, 11-17 октомври 2014



Official Awards
Golden Rose Grand Prix for Best Feature-length Film goes to for The Judgement

Golden Rose Grand Prix for Best Short Film goes to for Pride.



The most interesting moments of the festival, guests, film stars, night events and sweet gossips.



17.10.2014, Friday 19.00 ч. CLOSING FILM

Screenings of
Golden Rose
award winners



Emil Hristov - chairman

Bulgarian cinematographer, born in Sofia in 1956. He graduated at the College of Photography, and went on to study Cinematography at NATFA, Sofia. In the period 1982 till 1990 he was head of the cinematographers’ unit at Vreme Film Studio. He has more than 50 documentary and 30 feature films, one hundred TV commercials and more than 20 music videos to his credit as cinematographer. He has been the director of photography of the following award-winning films: I, the Countess, Best Cinematography at the 1989 Troya Fest, Portugal; Tuvalu (1999), winner of the 2000 KODAK Award for Cinematography; Under the Same Sky, winner of the KODAK Award for Best Cinematography at the 2003 Sofia International Film Festival. He has been awarded three times with the Best Cinematography Award at the Golden Rose festival.
The Color of the Chameleon is his directorial debut. It won the Golden Rose Grand Prix and the Bulgarian Film Academy’s Best Feature Film Award.


Christina Stojanova

Christina Stojanova is Associate Professor at the Department of Film, University of Regina. She contributes regularly to the specialized and academic print and on-line media, and her writings are translated into many languages. Co-editor of the critical anthologies Wittgenstein at the Movies (2011) and The Legacies of Jean-Luc Godard (2014), she is the co-author of The New Romanian Cinema (2015). Her book on Canadian animator Caroline Leaf is to be published in 2017. Member of the Quebec Film Critics Association since 1997, Christina regularly sits on international film festivals’ juries.


Dunja Klemenc

Born in Ljubljana,graduated in Belgrade, Academy of Arts, production department. Owner of Studio Maj, company for the production of films.

Profesionaly working on films for over 40 years, first as a screen writer then as an organizer and lately only as a producer. The most important film in my career so far was No Man’s Land, a winner of Oscar and another sixty awards from all around the world (Cannes, Golden Globe, European Film Award etc.).


Jean-François Bourgeot

Jean-François Bourgeot is a professional journalist who has been working for 40 years in a big daily newspaper in Southern France as a head of the cultural section. Since 2002 he was nominated as a head of International Mediterranean Film Festival Montpellier (Cinemed). The festival is a unique show case where a wide and complete production from the Mediterranean area (including Black sea and Portugal) could be seen and where the professionals gather at creative meetings.


Julek Kedzierski

Studies: Polish Film School, Lodz, (1967-71)
1971 – 1980: All areas of Video Production, based in Munich , W. Germany
1980- present: International Distribution (Film Rights, Sales and Acquisitions): -
Acquisitions positions included Filmnet Pay-Tv (1993-1996) for the Nordic Area/Benelux.
Since 2010 also Coordinator of the Mannheim Meeting Place, the professional side of IFF Mannheim Heidelberg, responsible i.a. for a co-production forum aimed at start-up producers on their first or second lead feature projects from around the world.