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Pulsating in Cannes

A Nu Boyana talent is making his debut at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Producer and DP Alexander Kenanov will present his project The Pulse at Short Film Corner Cannes 2016. The film deals with the controversial subject of euthanasia. The hot topic is something that has been buzzing for years around the world. The mercy killing or the right to choose your death is a delicate subject told through the relationship between a nurse and her colleague.

Alexander Kenanov is also co-founder of the Nu Boyana in-house production company B2Y (Boyana to You). The company creates and produces music videos, commercials and films.

 

Producer Alexander Kenanov in Cannes

Producer Alexander Kenanov in Cannes

 

We treat the people we work with as partners, not clients. This is an important part of the B2Y’s philosophy. Creating relevant content with strong visuals is our goal,” emphasizes Alex.

AMAW workshop at Nu Boyana

One might dislike Shakespeare’s resolution, but there is a grain of truth there. As, it turned out while you study acting you also study living. This is how the participants of Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop (AMAW) at Nu Boyana Film Studios described their two-day transformational experience. The exclusive event on June 27th-28th was organised for the first time in Bulgaria by AMAW and Nu Boyana. It gathered 36 creative individuals willing to upgrade their acting skills. Branches of this #1 Acting studio in LA already exist in Canada, Australia and England. This time Mitchell Mullen, Master Teacher of AMAW London came to Bulgaria to introduce the enthusiasts to the special acting coaching method developed by Anthony Meindl.

Acting Master Class, Nu Boyana, June 2015

Acting Master Class, June 2015

BAR TRICKS wrapped!

A month ago 40 talented, creative and venturous individuals, from all roads of life, gathered at Nu Boyana Film Studios to find out the answer in Making the Movie Class – the second take of Nu Boyana Film School. The Master Class officially started on April, 20th and became a logical extension of the Screenwriting Master class. The international jury chose the student script “Bar Tricks” to be turned into a full feature film by the end of the new movie making adventure. During the six weeks of pre-production and shooting the students, under the guidance of seasoned mentors, were going towards the discovery.

Photo credits: Ves Sarafov. Bar Tricks crew half a way there.

Photo credits: Ves Sarafov. Bar Tricks crew.

Our New Roman Sets – Victor Savo

Our New Roman Sets – seen through the eyes of the very talented young photographer Victor Savo

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