Three police patrol-vehicles, six policemen, city of Sofia in the night, between 9th and 10th of November 2019.
Ivan Barnev, Assen Blatechki, Stoyan Doychev, Vassil Vassilev-Zouek, Irini Jambonas, Stefan Denolyubov
Festivals / Awards
2019: Sarajevo Film Festival
2019: Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
2019: Gijon Film Festival
Stephan Komandarev, Simeon Ventsislavov
Dobromir Chochov, Marie Dubas, Nenad Dukic, Elie Meirovitz
DOP / Camera
Stephan Komandarev is a Bulgarian director, producer and scriptwriter. Born in 1966 in Sofia. He graduated in Film & TV directing at the New Bulgarian University (1999).
Stephan Komandarev’s latest feature film “Directions” is a nominee in the section “Un certain regard” at the Cannes Film Festival 2017 official selection. His previous works include award-winning feature and documentary films, such as: The World is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner (2008 – the first Bulgarian film, shortlisted for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (2010), the most world-wide theatrical released Bulgarian film ever, distributed in 93 countries, won 35 awards at international film festivals); The Judgment (2014) (won 12 awards, Bulgarian entry – Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film – 2016); The Town of Badante Women (2009, doc.), Alphabet of Hope (2003, doc.), Bread over the Fence (2002, doc.), Dog’s Home (1999, feature). Stephan Komandarev is 2011 EAVE graduate and Member of the Bulgarian Film Directors’ Association and Bulgarian Film Producers’ Association. Member of the European Film Academy.