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Eric Halsey – American Who Makes Podcast about Bulgarian History

American Eric Holsey, who has been based in Sofia for several years makes a podcast about Bulgarian history. In addition to the podcast, he is working on another project - a book in English about Bulgarian history.

Anonymous Artist NoName with a Work for March 3, Liberation Day of Bulgaria

A new work by the anonymous artist NoName became a hit on social networks in Bulgaria. The artist, better known in Bulgaria as "The Man Without a Name", celebrated the National Holiday of Bulgaria with a new provocation.

The work depicts a little girl watering the soil, and the Bulgarian flag sprouts from it.

"We are and we will be! It's up to us, "wrote the secret artist.

Dragu: Possibility of opening direct air route between Bucharest and Skopje, considered

Bucharest, Feb 22 /Agerpres/ - Senate President Anca Dragu said on Monday that the possibility of opening a direct air route between Bucharest and Skopje will be considered, when the epidemiological context allows the relaunch of air transport at an optimal capacity. Anca Dragu had a meeting with Gabriel Atanasov, the ambassador of the Republic of North Macedonia to Romania.

Bulgarian Journalist: Borissov Is Afraid, Peevski Is Out, Dogan Ousted

"Boyko Borissov wants to stay in power because he is fears for his survival and has all grounds to be afraid - he took too much from too many people. I think that Peevski is history now, it doesn't matter whether they still keep him or not," journalist Koprinka Chervenkova said for "Day with V. Dremdzhiev" talk show on TV+.  

London Critic’s Circle Awards Bulgarian Actress Maria Bakalova

The Bulgarian actress Maria Bakalova won an award at the London Critics' Circle. Bakalova was named supporting actress of the year for her role in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, The Guardian reported.

Maria Bakalova was nominated alongside Ellen Burstyn (Pieces of a Woman) and Amanda Seyfried (Mank).

Maria Bakalova Becomes Bulgaria’s First Golden Globe Nominee

Maria Bakalova. Photo: Felicity Kay (Public Eye Communications).

The nomination makes Bakalova the first Bulgarian actress recognised on such a level in the film industry. She has been nominated alongside Kate Hudson (Music), Michelle Pfeiffer (French Exit), Rosamund Pike (I Care a Lot), and Anya Taylor-Joy (Emma).

Bulgarian bTV Has New CEO – Martin Svehlak

Bulgaria's popular bTV channel announces that Florian Skala has resigned from his position as CEO of bTV and effectively immediately Martin Svehlak has been appointed as new CEO. Mr. Svehlak brings a rare depth of diverse media knowledge and managerial experience that spans TV, print, and online media, as well as digital platforms. Mr.

Urban Waste Accounts for 7-10 Percent of Garbage Generated in EU

Municipal waste is about 7- 10% of the total volume of waste generated in the European Union. This is said in a report on the SWAN project "Balkan Waste Reuse Platform", presented by the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce.

Actress Nina Dobrev Arrives in Bulgaria

Canadian actress of Bulgarian origin Nina Dobrev has arrived in Bulgaria. The news was revealed on social networks by fitness instructor Sami Hossney.

The coach thinks he is really lucky, as the actress traveled with him on a plane to Sofia. "I was in the right place at the right time," he said.

Martichka Bozhilova, Director of Sofia DocuMental: In 2021 We Will Still Be Living in Future

Marticka Bozhilova from "Agitprop" is one of the most successful Bulgarian producers. In the cinema guild, she doesn't need to be introduced. Her signature is under many documentary and docu-fiction productions and co-productions with partners from all over the world, under feature films and under the projects for developing documentary cinema in Bulgaria and Europe.

Bulgarian Cinema Will Receive BGN 10 Million More Yearly

More subsidies for Bulgarian films, more national productions and additional financial incentives - these are part of the amendments to the Film Industry Act that the MPs approved at first reading, BGNES reports.