The films of Bogdan Darev & guests
This email has been a long time in the making. Before you dive in, we made a big announcement on Thursday. Take a look here if you haven’t already.
Today, we’re excited to share four films with you presented here by production house FILMABEE and friends!
Laugh! Cry! Share! Enjoy!
Kaval Park - 2022
Alexander Eppler, an American of Russian descent, goes to study music in Bulgaria in 1971.
Documentary, 100 min. Executive Producer Bulgarian Cultural Society PCHELA, producer and director Bogdan Darev, idea by Vasil Denev, starring Alexander Eppler.
World Tour August 6th, 2022 - May 24th, 2023.
More than a film, a communal celebration. Join us!
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Todor Kirov: gadulka, a journey - 2020
When the music instrument chooses you...
Watch worldwide. Documentary, 22 min., color, HD, Bulgarian with English subtitles.
Executive Producer Bulgarian Cultural Society PCHELA. Produced and directed by Bogdan Darev; co-producer and idea by Milen Kirov; featuring professor Todor Kirov.
THERE - 2018
23 years after immigrating to the USA, Bogdan finally gets a green card, and returns to his homeland Bulgaria for the first time.
Watch worldwide. Documentary, 60 min., color, HD, some nudity, no violence, Bulgarian with English subtitles.
Produced & directed by Bogdan Darev, with the support of Bulgarian Cultural Society PCHELA and Bulgarians abroad.
THE LIVING BREAD - 2014
Where do you get your bread…?
Watch worldwide. Documentary, 23 min., color, HD. Bulgarian with English subtitles.
Produced and directed by Zornitsa Petkova.
THIS BABA - 2014
For this grandma it's never too late. The extraordinary story of an ordinary immigrant grandma living in America.
Watch worldwide. Documentary, 2014, 30 min., color, HD, no violence, Bulgarian with English subtitles.
Produced by Mary Sherhart, directed by Bogdan Darev, starring Penka Encheva.
Sponsored by the Bulgarian Cultural and Heritage Center of Seattle and made possible by the donations of Bulgarians abroad and their American friends.