CineLibri to be held in the fall under the motto “SENTIMENTAL EDUCATION”

The sixth edition of the International Book&Movie Festival CineLibri will take place in the interval October 18 - November 8 under the motto "Sentimental Education" The sixth edition of the International Book&Movie Festival CineLibri will take place in the interval October 18 - November 8 under the motto "Sentimental Education" in Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Burgas, Veliko Tarnovo, Gabrovo and other regional cities. Being aware of the challenge facing us in the current situation, we could not deprive the audience of…

CineLibri International Short Film Competition 2020

CineLibri International Short Movie Film Competition: Open for Submissions The sixth edition of CineLibri International Book&Movie Festival is to be held in the autumn - 18th of October - 8th of November. As the venerators of this gorgeous event already know, it’s a showcase of the best book-to-screen adaptations completed during the last year or two. This autumn, an especially important part of the festival will be the short film module. That is why, now CineLibri is looking for inventive,…

Record number of spectators attended CineLibri 2019

A brilliant award ceremony of Short Film Competition wiiners crowned the final of the fifth, anniversary edition of CineLibri International Book&Movie Festival! The competition was realized jointly wth TatraTea. A record number of spectators watched the 55 feature films from the competition and parallel program of the festival, screened in Sofia and seven other cities in Bulgaria. With numerous pre-sold screenings that provided full halls, satisfied audiences of different generations and unprecedented success, CineLibri has become one of the most…

CineLibri Winners Announced by a Glamorous Jury

“Burning” based on a story by Haruki Murakami topped the competition On October 13, the Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture in Sofia hosted the official award ceremony of the winners in the CineLibri Competition Program! Jury panel consisting of Christophe Lambert, David Lagercrantz, Radu Mihaileanu, Loredana Cannata and Irini Jambonas, identified the three most original and “visionary” interpretations of literary works in the language of cinema. President of the international jury was Christopher Lambert, the celebrated French…