The Motorbike

by Valentin Goshev

Historical - True Story - Family

Bulgaria, 83 mins, 2018



The Motorbike is a film about friendship, which can endure for years, regardless of the ups and downs of historical events. In this film, Slavcho, Evelina and Willy (a German boy at their age) study in the village of Barakovo during the Second World War, where the three encounter for the first time love and hatred.

The film is suitable for younger audiences.

Title in Bulgarian: The Motorbike
Year: 2018
Country: Bulgaria
Duration: 83 min.
Shooting Format: 1:1.85, 2K
Sound: 5.1
Language: Bulgarian, German, English, Russian (with English subtitles)
Written and Directed by: Valentin Goshev
Director of Photography: Ivan Tonev
Composer: Vladimir Djambazov
Main Cast: Alexandra Rasicheva, Dimitar Angelov, Rudy Evtimov, Nikola Dodov, Filip Trifonov, Gergana Kofradjieva, Mihail Mutafov, Itzhak Fintzi
Produced by: Ivan Tonev
Production: ARS LTD. (ARS Digital Studio)
Production Support: The Bulgarian National Film Center
Available Territories: World

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ARS Digital Studio's Next Projects at The European Film Market:

NovoKino is an official representative of ARS Digital Studio at The European Film Market 2018. We are open for co-production for the following projects:

Twisted World, a black comedy - magical realism - phylosophical film, based on the story from the first half of the 20th Century by the Bulgarian classical author Nikolay Haitov
1979, an artistic, deeply dark film about totalitarian power related through a series of crimes
Lili and The Anarchist, the true story of Lilyana Panitza, known as The forgotten savior of the Bulgarian Jews in the Second World War

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The Motorbike'S CAST AND CREW

Valentin Goshev

Writer & Director

Valentin Goshev graduated in 2002 with a Maters Degree in Film and TV Directing from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts Kr. Sarafov in the class of Prof. Georgi Dulgerov. He has directed the feature TV series Kantora Mitrani (2012), the short fiction Warm November (2009), the TV series Forbidden Love (55 series, 2008-2009) and the feature film for the Bulgarian National Television Lonely Hearts (2007).