The only traveling car cinema in Bulgaria will be in Veliko Tarnovo on May 12 and 13. It will be located in the renovated parking lot at the foot of the Tsarevets fortress on Kraybrezhna Street. Screenings will begin at 9:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. The cars check in 10 minutes before the start of the film.
The car cinema is viewed from a car, on a screen measuring 5 m x 10 m and 2 m above the ground. The sound is received by the car radio on the respective city frequency displayed on the screen on the day of the screening.
In two consecutive days, four of the highest-grossing Bulgarian titles of recent months will be broadcast:
Uncle Christmas – In the avalanche of comic situations, each of the characters is looking for what he craves the most – family, identity, forgiveness, love, compassion, friendship. There is no way their wishes will not come true, as long as they believe in Uncle Christmas.
Return 2 – The main character of the first part of the film is now beginning to lead an environmentally friendly lifestyle and care for the good future of people and nature. It is innovation that is the way in which this can be achieved most sustainably and effectively.
Yellow Oleander – The perfect plan of a dubious Bulgarian politician for a high post in Brussels, is related to his beautiful young wife, former Italian prime minister and a secret meeting that must decide everything.
Petya na moyata Petya – The film is the title of the story of the legendary young soul and poet Petya Dubarova. The director is Alexander Kosev, the screenwriters are Nelly Dimitrova and Valentina Angelova, who raise the curtain of the past to present to modern young people Petya Dubarova and her talent.
Those wishing to attend must purchase a ticket in advance or on the day of the screening. Seats are limited to 50-60 cars. Price: BGN 10 per person (BGN 8 for children under 14).