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IMZ at Master of Arts Film Festival from 12-30 April 2018

Master of Art is the first international Film Festival on the Balkans for art documentaries. Presenting the best documentaries in the field of music and dance, theatre and cinema, visual arts and photography, architecture and design, and literature, the Master of Art Film Festival aims to introduce the contemporary trends to the Bulgarian audience.

  • IMZ at Master of Arts Film Festival from 12-30 April 2018 | Copyright: © Master of Art Film Festival

    © Master of Art Film Festival

  • IMZ at Master of Arts Film Festival from 12-30 April 2018 | Copyright: © Master of Art Film Festival

    © Master of Art Film Festival

  • IMZ at Master of Arts Film Festival from 12-30 April 2018 | Copyright: © Master of Art Film Festival

    © Master of Art Film Festival

The jury consisted of director Yoon-ha Chang (Master of Art Award winner 2017), producer Marie-Odile Demay, Secretary General of the IMZ International Music + Media Centre Katharina Jeschke, journalist and producer Sevda Shishmanova and award-winning filmmaker, producer, director and journalist Nayo Titzin.

44 features and 18 shorts from all over the world competed in the Master of Art Film Festival 2018 in 8 categories: Architecture and Design,Contemporary Art, Fine Art and Photography, Literature, Music and Dance, Theatre and Cinema, as well as Art for Children and Culinary Art, the two new sections added this year. A noncompetitive panorama of exceptional documentaries on art was offered to the festival by the America for Bulgaria Foundation. Video Art and Advertising and Art in Video Games are the two non documentary categories that are part of the festival as well.

Congratulations to all winners and a special shoutout to IMZ Member Marieke Schröder, who took home the Award for Best Documentary in Culinary Art for "Bar Talks by Schumann"

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