First World Cinema Panorama in Bulgaria 1987 (Poster Gallery)

First World Cinema Panorama in Bulgaria 1987 (Poster Gallery)

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32 good movies in ten days. At that time, films released 1-2 years ago were considered very new. The screenings were at the National Palace of Culture, and tickets were sold in several cinemas. When the tickets were released the night before, huge queues formed in front of the ticket office.

The first world cinema panorama started in 1987. It was held in the period 20-30 November 1987 in the National Palace of Culture “Lyudmila Zhivkova”, today the National Palace of Culture. Later, all films from the Kinopanorama program were distributed throughout the network of cinemas in the country.

The idea for its creation was born in an informal conversation between the director Lyudmil Staykov, then director of DSO (State Economic Association) “Bulgarian Cinematography” and film critic Atanas Svilenov. The panorama includes representative works from around the world, many of which have received awards at the most prestigious film festivals and today have become classic works of the seventh art.

The program and movies from this first movie panorama:

  1. Amadeus – USA, Directed by Milos Forman
  2. When Father Was Away on Business, Director – Emir Kosturitsa
  3. Vagabond – France, Directed by Agnes Varda
  4. Platoon – USA, Director – Oliver Stone 
  5. Runaway Train – USA, Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky
  6. Hero of the Year – Poland, Directed by Felix Falk
  7. Children of a Lesser God – USA, Directed by Randa Haines
  8. Ginger and Fred – Italy, Directed by Federico Fellini
  9. Good morning, Babylon – Italy, Directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani
  10. Crocodile Dundee – Australia, Directed by Peter Feyman
  11. The Sacrifice – Sweden, Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky
  12. The Name of the Rose – Italy / Germany, Director – Jean-Jacques Annaud
  13. Interview – Italy, Directed by Federico Fellini
  14. The Mass Is Ended- Italy, Directed by Nani Moretti
  15. A Tale of Love – Italy, Director – Francesco Maselli 
  16. Love magic – Spain, Directed by Carlos Saura
  17. The Mission, Directed by Roland Joffe
  18. Mona Lisa, Director – Neil Jordan 
  19. Repentance – the USSR, Directed by Tengiz Abuladze
  20. The Beverly Hills Police Officer II – USA, Directed by Tony Scott
  21. The Kid Brother – USA / Canada / Japan, Directed by Claude Gagnon
  22. A successful man – CUBA, Directed by Humberto Solas
  23. The Beekeeper – Greece, Directed by Theo Angelopoulos
  24. Single woman looking for dating – USSR, Director – Vyacheslav Krishtofovich
  25. Goodbye, boys – France, Directed by Louis Malle
  26. My Sweet Little Village – Czechoslovakia, Directed by Jiri Menzel
  27. The Death of Mario Ricci – Switzerland, Directed by Claude Goretta
  28. Tangos, the Exile of Gardel – Argentina, Directed by Fernando Solanas
  29. Subject – the USSR, Directed by Gleb Panfilov
  30. Hannah and her sisters – USA, Directed by Woody Allen
  31. Chronicle of a Death Foretold  – Italy / France, Directed by Francesco Rosi
  32. Love, Mother – HUNGARY, Directed by János Rózsa

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