Third edition of Huawei Smartphone Film Festival for short films shot with Huawei P50 Pro

After two successful editions of the Huawei Smartphone Film Festival, the organizers of the CineLibri International Book-to-Film Festival, together with HUAWEI and with the media support of ArtAkcia, announced the start of application session for this year's third edition! Now everyone has the chance to shoot their own short film thanks to the excellent flagship with great photography capabilities - Huawei P50 Pro. The award winners will be able to watch their works within a special free ceremony with premiere…

CineLibri is the official distributor of François Ozon’s “Peter von Kant” in Bulgaria

One of the pleasant surprises of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival, usually called the Berlinale, was undoubtedly the film "Peter von Kant" by the acclaimed French director François Ozon, starring Isabelle Adjani, Denis Ménochet and Hanna Schygulla. The film opened the festival and was part of the international competition. Bulgarian fans of the director can be calm - CineLibri bought the rights to distribute the film in Bulgaria. We are delighted to announce that "Peter von Kant" will be…

CineLibri 2022: Open for submissions / feature and short films

The eight edition of CineLibri International Book to Film Festival is to be held in the autumn between 8th and 30th of October. 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, short film module and feature film module are equally important parts of the festival. Now CineLibri is looking for inventive, distinctive, outstanding short and feature book-to-screen adaptations from all over the…

The film “Happening” won the CineLibri Award 2021

The French drama "Happening" (2021) won the grand prize for masterful literary adaptation in the full-length feature film competition of CineLibri 2021. Director Audrey Diwan's film is inspired by Annie Erno's memoir, which reveals her nightmarish experiences of having an illegal abortion in the 1960s. Earlier this year, the film was awarded the Golden Lion Prize at the Venice Film Festival. The award ceremony took place on October 21 in Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture in Sofia…