SPAICH – a documentary about fighter pilot Dimitar Spisarevski

Selected filmography

2011 - "I dream of mummers"

Documentary realized in cooperation with the National Ethnographic Museum at BAS

2010 - "The Mayor"

With the support of the National Film Center, the Ministry of Culture, "Culture" program of Sofia Municipality, Goethe Institute – Sofia Watch the trailer

2007 - "Divorce Albanian Style"

Co-production of Bulgaria, Germany, Poland Watch the trailer

2003 - "Whose is this song?"

Co-production of Bulgaria, Germany, Belgium
Nomination of the European Film Academy for Best Documentary 2003

Participation in over 50 international film festivals
15 national and international awards including: Watch the trailer

Selected filmography

Films made before 1990

"Old Gold" – 1984г.

Awarded the Special Prize at the International Film Festival for short films. Selected for FESTRIO in Fortaleza, Brazil.

"The Neighbor" – Feature Film – 1986 г.

One of the five Bulgarian films with the highest number of viewers in 1988. Shown in Hungary, Germany and Russia. Broadcast by the Austrian TV and ARTE channel. Selected to participate in the Film Festival for films on female subjects in Paris and at the Film Festival in Madrid. One of the 50 best-loved Bulgarian movies according to the viewers of the Bulgarian National Television.

"Mothers" - 1982 г.

The film was banned for public screenings because of the way in which it dared criticize and expose the hypocrisy and ambiguous morality of Socialist society.

Silver Rhyton award at the National Film Festival for non-feature films. Selected and shown in its censored version at the festivals in Oberhausen, Leipzig and Bilbao.

"In the name of sport" – 1983 г.

This film was also banned in the period from 1983 do1989. It is a kind of sequel to a series of films showing the real face of the Socialist social system of values. The film reveals the secretly guarded inhumane methods of making champions at any cost in order to prove the sporting superiority of "our system". Even before the film was completed, all working materials were confiscated. The first public screening of the film took place after democratic changes in Bulgaria in 1989. In 1990, the film received the Film Critics Award at the National Film Festival. The film took part at the International Short Film Festival in Berlin. It was shown in the U.S. and Hungary. It was screened in a dedicated program presenting a portrait of film director Adela Peeva as one of her banned films at the International Film Festival in Zelb, Germany.