Some of the screening you might see are: “Jihad for Love” by Parvez Charma, which poses the problems of a homosexual man who lives in the Muslim world; “Favela Rising”, where we see the poor quarters in Rio de Janeiro and almost taste the drugs; “I loved So Much…” – the life of a Moroccan-hippie during the colonial wars against France; “The Day After Peace” by Jeremy Gilley or how a person has the power to change the world. Also you can see “So?” and “Kazan” by the great Bulgarian producer Nikola Kovachev.
The places are: Czech Centre, French Cultural Institute, Euro-Cinema, The Red House, Art Hostel, Tea House. For more information you can visit: http://www.bgoneworld.org/.
Article and translation in English: Tea Bintcheva