• Photographer shows Sofia without make-up

      Photographer shows Sofia without make-up

      Nostalgia, sadness and missed memories - these are the associations evoked by cameraman Ivo Jovanovic's exhibition #sofia. The black-and-white photos of architectural elements and old buildings can be viewed at the Serdica Art Gallery until 19 February.

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    • Oscars fever is on

      Oscars fever is on

      The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has grown its ranks considerably in recent years, and this season's collection of new members was the largest in AMPAS history. The result, revealed yesterday, was an unpredictable set of Oscar nominations, as foreign films, streaming movies and critically derided hits all scored big. The history-making lineup for the highest honours in the movie industry was also packed with people of colour and different nationalities, including nominees from Mexico, Greece, Egypt and Poland, as well as films featuring the stories of women and gay and black people.

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    • Kevin James: Magic is a truly amazing art

      Kevin James: Magic is a truly amazing art

      Actually kids are the most difficult to deceive. Scientists are the easiest because they think they know everything about how the world works. Magicians can just imply something and the scientist will accept it. The kids' minds are still wide open and they can get to the real secret faster, illusionist Kevin James says in an interview to Europost.

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    • Artefacts from Apollonia Pontica on show in Sofia

      Artefacts from Apollonia Pontica on show in Sofia

      The Sofia History Museum presents the international exhibition Apollonia Pontica: In the Footsteps of Archaeologists. The exhibition tells the story of the ancient city of Apollonia Pontica (modern day Sozopol) and its adjacent territories with its institutions, architecture, everyday life, necropoleis, through archaeological studies going back more than a century. The exhibition is the result of a successful collaboration between Bulgaria and France.

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    • World's best violist to play in Sofia

      World's best violist to play in Sofia

      On 18 December, the best violist of our times Tabea Zimmermann will play the Concerto for viola and orchestra by William Walton under the baton of Alexander Zemtsov in the Bulgaria Hall in Sofia. The programme includes fragments of the first and second suites from Romeo and Juliette by Sergey Prokofiev as well as the most popular symphony by Tchaikovsky - Symphony No.4.

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    • Carolina Schutti: We lost ourselves in the global world

      Carolina Schutti: We lost ourselves in the global world

      I take great interest in people and I am a very careful observer. This is evident in my books, in the minor details I describe, they draw my attention. When I am writing a book, I penetrate deeply into each character and look at the world through their eyes, writer Carolina Schutti says in an interview to Europost.

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