The BNFC supported documentary The Good Postman by Tonislav Hristov made it to Sundance
After premiering at IDFA competition The Good Postman (dir. Tonislav Hristov, prod. Making Movies/Kaarle Aho, Kai Nordberg – Finland/Soul Food/Andrea Stanoeva, Tonislav Hristov – Bulgaria) was selected for World Cinema Documentary Competition at 2017 Sundance Film Festival. The selection includes 12 films by some of the most courageous and extraordinary international filmmakers working today.
As Robert Redford, President and Founder of Sundance Institute, said, "From the passion and chaos of creativity, independent filmmakers make decisions to harness that energy, break new ground and tell their stories. This year’s Festival reflects every step of that journey, and shows how art can engage, provoke and connect people all over the world."
The Good Postman is a tragicomic portrait of a Bulgarian border village where an ambitious postman looks for solutions to depopulation and the refugee crisis.
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