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25.03.2020
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25.03.2020
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11.02.2020
Sofia is ranked third in the European Cities of the Future 2020/21 category of strategy for the attraction of foreign direct investment

Sofia is officially ranked on third place in the European Cities of the Future 2020/21 category of strategy for the attraction of foreign direct investments together with London and Dublin! Sofia gains four more places in the fDi Intelligence ranking European Cities and Regions of the Future 2020/2021 ...

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CineLibri 2019

CineLibri 2019  

October 05 – 20, National Palace of Culture –  Hall  1,  Lumiere  Cinema,  Cinema  House,  Odeon  Cinema,  G8  Cultural  Center,  French  Institute of Bulgaria, Perot Literary Club, Euro Cinema Cinema, Vlaykova Cinema, City Mark Center,  RCIC,  Sofia  University  "St.  Kliment  Ohridski", Bulgaria Hall, Deluxe Cinema Arena Bulgaria  Mall,  Cine  Grand  –  Park  Center

Cinelibri is an international film festival dedicated to film adaptations based on literary works.

There is a selection of competing films, parallel program of films and international jury of renowned artists. A unique multi-genre forum, facilitating the expansion of intercultural relations, promoting the achievements of European culture in Bulgaria and of Bulgarian culture around the world, strengthening the image of the Bulgarian capital as a significant cultural location in Europe.

Each year, the festival presents the best film adaptations. In addition to the competing films, the festival has several additional sections, including: Bulgarian feature and short films; contemporary European and world productions; biopics about famous authors; a selection of documentaries about prominent artists; gala evenings dedicated to different cultures; an accompanying program of special events and meetings with autographs, educational and discussion events, a cycle of movies that can be watched for free and more.