Photos with Georgi Djulgerov
Georgi Djulgerov graduated the VGIK Film School in Moscow in 1970. He has directed feature films that took part in the Berlin, Locarno, Oberhausen, Avelino, Palermo, Rotterdam, Montreal, San Francisco, Batumi (Georgia), Mons, Mannheim-Heidelberg, and Saraevo film festivals. His movies were shown in special screening programs in Warsaw, Paris, New York (Museum of Modern Art), London, Frankfurt-am-Main, Moscow, Kiev, Vienna, Los Angeles, La Rochelle, Riga, Bratislava, Fujisawa, Genoa. His film "The Camp" was part of the Cannes "Quinzaine des réalisateurs" program in 1990. Djulgerov has also staged theater productions and has directed several TV projects. Read more... and TV Directing at the Academy for Dramatic and Film Art in Sofia, Bulgaria, and a voting member of the European Film Academy. At the New Montreal Film Fest the latest Georgy Dulgerov film "Lady Zee" received the Audience Award - Toyota Canada Award for best film. "Lady Zee" won The Best Film Award at Sarajevo Film Festival. At the same festival in Sarajevo "Lady Zee" won also the C.I.C.A.E. Award by the International Confederation of European Art Cinemas. "Lady Zee" also won the Grand Prix "Golden Aphrodite" and the FIPRESCI Award at the XIII International Film Festival "Love is Folly" in Varna town, Bulgaria. On January 13th for the first time the Awards of the Executive Agency "National Film Center" for best film of the year (feature, documentary and animation) were attributed. Lady Zee won the Award for best feature film of the year. At the 17th edition of the Trieste Film Festival, 19 - 26 January 2006 the Award of the Central European Initiative for a film which best represents the reality of contemporary life in Central and Eastern Europe was attributed to Lady Zee "for portraying contemporary life in Bulgaria, at the same time realistically and poetically." On the 10th edition of Sofia International Film Fest, Lady Zee received two more awards: The FIPRESCI award and The Kodak award for best Bulgarian film. It later received two more awards: Best actor award for Ivan Barnev-Awards of the Bulgarian Film Makers Union; Tolerance Award given by International Jury Of Critics at XIII European Film Festival Palic. Lady Zee was selected among the 49 films competing for the European Film Awards 2006, given by the European Film Academy. The jury of the 13th International Sofia Film Festival At The Coast decided to honor Georgi Djulgerov with the honorary award "Silver Seagull" for his lifetime contribution to Bulgarian and World cinema, as well as for his last film "Buffer Zone" which received the spectators' plaudits and was highly prized by film critics. The Bulgarian Film Academy 2015 representing the whole film community gives Award for Lifelong Achievement to Georgi Djulgerov.