Georgi Djulgerov - Head of the Jury

Graduated in film and TV directing from the Cinema Institute (VGIK) in Moscow in 1970. Djulgerov directed fourteen feature films, one TV serial, two full-length documentary films, two TV dramas and ten short documentaries. All of them were shown at various film festivals and film weeks: Frankfurt am Mein, Mannheim,Berlin, Rotterdam, London, San Francisco, Moscow, Kiev, Riga, Warsaw,Bratislava, Belgrade, Avelino, La Rochelle, Palermo, Genova,Montreal, Fudgisava, Paris, Cannes, Toronto, Vancouver.The most important awards:“Advantage” won the Siver Bear for the best direction on the Berlin film festival, 1978. "The Camp" took participation in CANNES  "Quinzaine des realisateurs" in 1990. The film "The Black Swallow" won the prize for the best directing at the 23 National Film Festival, Varna` 96; Grand Prix at International Film Festival “Golden Eagle” in Georgia, 1997; the Prize of Youth Jury at 15 International Love film festival in Mons, Belgium, 1997. "Lady Zee" won The Best Film Award at Sarajevo Film Festival “The Heart of Sarajevo”. At the same festival in Sarajevo "Lady Zee" won also the C.I.C.A.E award by the International Confederation of European Art Cinemas. "Lady Zee" also won the Grand Prix "Golden Aphrodite" and the FIPRESCI Award at the XIII International Film Festival "Love is Folly" in Varna town, Bulgaria. "Lady Zee" received the Audience Award - Toyota Canada for best film at the New Montreal Film Fest. Professor in film and TV directing at New Bulgarian University, Sofia. Member of European Film Academy.

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