October 8 - 11, 2020
MEDICAL UNIVERSITY - VARNA
OPEN SPACE - ENTRANCE OF SEA GARDEN
The film reveals the drama of the scientist Petar Alexandrov, painfully experiencing the complex conflicts of the past years, painfully searching for the meaning of the contradictory, complex human being. Along with the specific problems related to the time of the cult of personality, the hero asks a number of other questions - the fidelity to the ideas and the price of friendship, compromise and indifference, and above all - the high cost of human life.
The film introduces us to the everyday life of a hospital. Here begins the friendship between the Young Man, a young man with a broken spine, and Leonid, a ten-year-old boy with a broken arm. Having fallen into a severe mental crisis, the young man decides to attract Lenny so that he can get poison through him and commit suicide, and so he begins his fantastic story about the Black Pirate ... Gradually he really gets into his fiction. For this he is helped by the child, whom he loves more with each passing day. In the end, Leonie frees her friend from loneliness and despair and brings him back to life.
Based on the novel of the same name by Alexander Karasimeonov, the film reveals the complex fate of a girl with acute sensitivity, looking for her way in life. The authors reflect on the moral virtues of generations, on the aspirations of young people for the good and pure in man, on their rebellion against indifference, complacency and guildness.
The spring of 1913. The Balkan War. A Turkish battleship terrorizes the Bulgarian army with its long-range guns. Despite the controversy between them, a group of desperate warriors decide to carry a boat to the coast. They want to turn the boat into a human torpedo and cause the battleship sink. On their way they collide with some Turkish soldiers and instead of enemies they become their allies. Sometimes the contradictions between the Bulgarians may prove to be stronger than the hatred to the enemies.
'Borders, Raindrops' is a film about love, maturity, and hope, growing in a barren and abandoned landscape high up in the mountains above the Adriatic Sea, on the newly formed borders of three countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia. A city girl with the delicious name Jagoda (strawberry) arrives here to spend the summer vacation with her extended family. At the one side of the border a cousin of hers is building a house, but in the declining village of former Yugoslavia he has no one to marry and live with him. At the other side another her cousin is convinced that his nation is better than the rest, and therefore he has nothing to do with them. But Jagoda’s presence creates a connection between the two families, divided by the borderline, with no passports or umbrellas needed.
What if running could lead to enlightenment?
The plot centers on the the world's longest race - Self-Transcendence 3100 Miler in New York City, organized by Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team, and follows Ashprihanal Aalto, a Finnish courier, and Shamita, an Austrian cellist. Capturing the esoteric, spiritual side of running, the film as well takes the viewers to places around the world where ancient cultures have held running sacred, such as the forests of Finland, mountains of Japan, the Kalahari Desert in Africa and the Navajo Nation Reservation in Arizona.
88 MHz is a short documentary about the theatre radio journalist Jordan Georgiev, who is hosting the cultural program " No Masks "every Monday. Jordan is taking interviews with Bulgaria's most talented actors, directors, playwrights and film makers, truly going into the deepest aspects of their work, bringing unique depths of their art which no other journalist can see. Jordan is sightless.
The film tells of the full with dramatic twists of fate life story of a dreamer - Nikolay Popovski from Kocherinovo. Since childhood he dreams of flying. Without any special education he invents and builds the first Bulgarian hlicopter - in the backyard of his father's house. His ambitions become bigger and bigger, the inventions - bolder, but life turns out to be as cruel as big his dreams are. What is the price of a dream? What do you pay for getting close to the sun?
RUN FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T is a story about motivation, determination and teamwork which transcend the physical limitations of the body. The film is a chronicle of an event which ends up being more than the sum of its parts. It is the story of an organization determined to bring sports to kids with special needs. Through various challenges and setbacks the kids and their trainers manage to come together as a team and take part in the Sofia Marathon in order to raise funds for specialized equipment. Doing so they also spread an all important message about the necessity of sport activities and how they bring people together as equals.
This film tells the true story of Samir, an 8-year-old who had to flee Afghanistan due to war. Samir was found about to freeze to death while he was on his way to Turkey on foot to reach his family in Denmark.
This film is dedicated to hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas who have had to migrate from Myanmar to Bangladesh and have lost their lives in the migration path. In the film, the story of three women who were able to save their lives is included.
This is the story of 103 year-old Dobri Dobrev, a Bulgarian beggar who wanted to change the world. Living in poverty himself, he turned to be the greatest benefactor of one of the most revered Cathedrals on the Balkans – St. Alexander Nevsky, as well as of other crumbling monasteries and churches. He is praised by thousands of ordinary people who are profoundly touched by his compassion for others. Dobri has received worldwide attention from those who have been inspired by his life. His story is shared in hundreds of thousands of YouTube videos and Facebook posts. He has also been re-Tweeted on Twitter thousands of times where he is called "The most humble man on the Earth“ and " The Saint from Baylovo“. Outliving two world wars, changes of political regimes and the passions of modern times, his story comes to us to touch us with his infinite love, pure heart and deep faith.
Документална поредица на MU-Vi.tv за съвременните герои, изправени пред непознат, невидим и много жесток враг. Откровени и емоционални разкази от първо лице на хората, които застават очи в очи със световната пандемия COVID – 19. Истории от цял свят за самоотрицание, саможертва и огромно човеколюбие.
В програмата на Есенна академия 2020 са включени следните епизоди:
Крадец на препитание, с д-р Чавдар Попов, 25 мин.
COVID-19 - (НЕ)нужният економически рестарт, с д-р Каприел Каприлян, 22 мин.
В очакване на COVID-20, д-р Огнян Калинов, 19 мин.
Безсилието на силните, с д-р Стоян Монев, 23 мин.
Oчи, молещи за въздух, с д-р Свилена Панова, 23 мин.
Документалната поредица за мисиите на българските военни лекари. В десет минутните епизоди участват кадри на Военномедицинска академия - София
В програмата на Есенна академия 2020 са включени следните епизоди: Mайор д-р Димитър Костов Капитан д-р Цветан Станимиров Майор доц. д-р Георги Попиванов Старши лейтенант д-р Адриана Камбурова
Films from various regional councils of the Bulgarian Red Cross produced in 2020. The program will be broadcast during the breaks of the Discussion Studio on October 9, 2020.
The film presents the work of the Bulgarian Red Cross Youth - Dobrich.
Regional training of the volunteers in disaster response teams.