Iliya Kostov

Iliya Kostov

Iliya Kostov

 

Born: 1954, in Sliven, Bulgaria.

1971 –                         Dobri Chintulov Secondary School, Sliven

1973-1977 –                Bulgarian Philology,
Saints Cyril and Methodius University, Veliko Turnovo

1977-1978 –                Teacher, Bulgarian Language and Literature,
                                    Golyamo Shivachevo, Sliven Region

1979-1987 ­–                Assistant Director and Second Director,
                                    Boyana Feature Film Studios

1987- 1991 –               Editor, Ekran Television Feature Film Studios,
                                    Bulgarian National Television

1991-1992 –                Art Director, Publishing House of Bulgarian National Television

1991 –                         Registered as an independent producer at
the Bulgarian National Film Centre               

1992-1993 –                Works with a number of departments of Bulgarian National Television

1996-1998 –                Art Director, Army Audiovisual Centre, Ministry of Defence

2002-2003 –                Head of the Centre for Television Film Art, Bulgarian National Television;
Delegate Producer of over 80 films of Bulgarian National Television
(feature films, documentaries, series, animation)

2001-2004 –                Management Council Member, Union of Bulgarian Film-makers

2004-2007 –                Chairperson of the Dramatists’ Guild, Union Bulgarian Film-makers

2002-2004 –                Management Board Member, Filmautor, Bulgaria

Since 2007 –                Deputy Chair, Bulgarian Association of Film, Television and
                                    Radio Scriptwriters

Since 2008 –                Deputy Chair, Bulgarian Association of Film and Television Directors

Since 1979 –                Publications in periodical press

Since 2004 –                Guinness Media & Co.: PR films, promotion films and video clips,
radio and television spots

Since 2007 –                Professor in Cinematic Dramaturgy, 
National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts

 

Novels:

1990 –             “Madame Bovary from Sliven”

2009 –             “Time for Women”

  Filmography:

Documentary Films:

1994 –             “Anton Ivanov – the International Brigadier”, full-length, 35 mm – scriptwriter

1985 –             “The Factory”, full-length, 35 mm – scriptwriter

1985 –             “Achrida – the Ancient Land”, full-length, 35 mm – scriptwriter

1986 –             “Demanded Encounters”, full-length, 35 mm – scriptwriter, director

1991 –             “The City of Winds”, full-length, Betacam SP – scriptwriter, director

2009 –             “Konstantin Velichkov – the European”, full-length, Betacam SP –
script co-writer, co-director, producer

 

Television Novels:

1985 –             “Stradivarius”, 35 mm – scriptwriter

1991 –             “Dolls’ Matters” – scriptwriter

1992 –             “The Old Bucks” – scriptwriter

 

Feature Films:

1986 –             “Forget, If You Can”, 35 mm – scriptwriter

1990 –             “Madame Bovary from Sliven”, 35 mm – scriptwriter

1996 –             “Clackety-Clack”, France, Bulgaria, 35 mm –
script co-writer, co-director, producer

2002 –             “The Assistant”, Italy, Bulgaria, 35 mm –
script co-writer, co-director, producer

2007 –             “Time for Women”, 35 mm – script co-writer, co-director, producer

2012 –             “Sunnyside” (“Under the Rainbow”) – in production, 35 mm –
script co-writer, co-director, producer

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