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  • Works By Stoimen Stoilov, Poems By William Meredith, Richard Harteis At Provenance Center

    Works By Stoimen Stoilov, Poems By William Meredith, Richard Harteis At Provenance Center
    The exhibit on the walls at Provenance Center in New London this summer is called "Stoimen Revisited," but that title only tells half the story. Actually, only one-third of the story. It is an exhibit of the work of Bulgarian painter and printmaker...
  • What will become of the Tatars? [Commentary]

    What will become of the Tatars? [Commentary]
    Russia annexed Ukraine's southern Crimea region, despite the fact that a significant minority of the Crimean population are not ethnically Russian nor interested in joining the Russian Federation. Approximately 12 percent of the Crimean population...
  • Arrests made in international ATM skimming

    Arrests made in international ATM skimming
    FBI agents arrested 13 individuals in the Chicago area and two others in Bulgaria in connection with an international money laundering scheme that used stolen debit card PINs to withdraw hundreds of thousands of dollars from ATMs here, authorities said...
  • Swedish Film Institute Backs 'Flocking,' 'False Witness'

    Swedish helmer Beata Gardeler, who earned a Guldbagge award nomination and the Novella Film nod at Goteborg Intl. film festival for her debut "In Your Veins," is on board to direct her sophomore feature, "Flocking." The drama, which is one of the...
  • Film Review: 'Soul Food Stories'

    The Bulgarian documentary movement has another small gem to flaunt with Tonislav Hristov's warm, witty exploration of gender, tradition and togetherness, "Soul Food Stories." Shot in the southwestern village of Satovcha, population c. 2,000, "Stories"...
  • 'Black Coal' Makes Mark Before Tribeca Outing

    BEIJING - China's Berlin Golden Bear winner "Black Coal, Thin Ice" has passed the symbolic RMB100 million ($16.2 million) landmark just three days ahead of its outing this week at the TriBeCa Film Festival. The box office total, reached after 24 days...
  • CANNES: European Film Promotion Unveils 24 Participants

    LONDON -- Twenty-four up-and-coming European producers have been selected to take part in European Film Promotion's networking platform Producers on the Move at the Cannes Film Festival. The event, which runs May 17-19, aims to help the producers work...
  • 'Black Coal' Gleams Ahead of Berlin Premiere

    LONDON - Distributors in Europe and the Middle East have acquired rights to Chinese film "Black Coal, Thin Ice" which appears in competition in Berlin on Wednesday. It was acquired by Memento Films for France, by Megacom Films for the Former Yugoslavia...
  • Berlin -- 'Love' Conquers New Territories, 'Linsanity' Bounces on

    HONG KONG - Gay drama "Love Is Strange," starring John Lithgow and Ira Sachs, will play new dates in Europe. Following its appearance at Berlin's European Film Market, the pic was licensed to Spain's Golem Distribucion, Italy's Koch Media, Portugal's...
  • As EU doors open, Bulgarian and Romanian migrants see minds closing

    BERLIN — The last time she checked, Katya Tasheva had the normal number of limbs and eyes. So she feels a nasty shock of non-recognition, she says, when German news reports warn of a coming invasion of people like her — Bulgarians — as...
  • Film Review: 'The Legend of Hercules'

    A towering figure of Greek mythology, the half-human, half-god strong man Hercules has always been something of a schlock icon where movies are concerned, from the wave of Italian-made, sword-and-sandal cheapies that broke upon these shores in the 1950s...