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Bulgaria mourns the loss of one of its legends, as esteemed actor and director Slavcho Peev breathed his last breath, announced Kalin Sarmenov, director of the Satirical Theater.
"Slavcho Peev is gone! Light, Slavcho! And thank you for the meaningful moments. Applause and a bow!" expressed Sirmenov on his Facebook profile, encapsulating the sentiments of many.
Bulgarian actor Hristo Shopov was arrested last night for attacking a young woman with a gun, threatening to kill her and beating her, according to the victim who first wrote to Novinite early in the morning. There is video evidence on which his gun is visible and it can be heard how he says clearly "I will kill you".
The young Bulgarian actress Margarita Stoykova was honored with an award for emerging star at the Berlinale Film Festival. She is known for her leading role in Yana Titova's film "Diada", and is among the 10 top Young European actors. The excellence is by the program"Shooting Stars", by the European Film Promotion (EFP).
In a significant milestone for Bulgarian literature and culture, Bulgaria will be showcasing its literary prowess at the prestigious London Book Fair for the first time. Hosted by the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in London, this debut appearance marks a breakthrough moment for the country's literary scene.
In a heartbreaking announcement, the Union of Bulgarian Artists revealed the demise of the legendary actor, Ivan Ivanov, at the age of 72. The news, shared on the organization's Facebook page, marks the end of an era for Bulgarian cinema, as Ivanov's unparalleled contributions have left an indelible mark on the industry.
Bulgaria is set to make art history with the inaugural "Sofia Art Fair," a groundbreaking contemporary art exhibition scheduled for October 3-6, 2024. The prestigious event aims to showcase a fusion of Bulgarian and European artistic talent, providing a platform for artists, galleries, collectors, and the international professional community to converge.
The party "We Continue the Change" recently finalized a collaboration with a prominent American lobbying firm aimed at showcasing Bulgaria's positive attributes to the political elite in the United States. This partnership, announced by WCC, follows the publication of the information by investigative journalism site Bird.bg.
The National Palace of Culture will host the Sofia International Book Fair's 50th edition from December 5 to 10. Organized by the "Bulgarian Book" Association, this premier book event will feature over 170 publishers showcasing more than 100,000 titles for both children and adults. With the theme "We create stories.
The music world eagerly awaits the 66th Annual Grammy Awards in 2024, where a new category in the jazz genre field has been introduced - Best Alternative Jazz Album. This category celebrates innovators who have pushed the boundaries of jazz, redefining its sound and captivating audiences with their distinct styles.