In a dystopian world, a woman fighting for her right to government-assisted suicide finds new reason to live after her last three snowdrops prove capable of producing free energy for all.
Galina D. Georgieva is a Bulgarian film director, screenwriter and playwright.
Her first screenplay “Rehearsals” won the First Prize of the international competition of Nisi Masa (2007). Her short “French Cinema” was part of the official of 23th Shanghai International Film Festival (A category) and won Honourable Mention at the South East European Film Festival in Los Angeles. The script of her last short film “Snowdrops at the End of the Train” (2022) won first prize in the national competition of the platform Nonconformist Alternative and in the competition of Euro Connection Bulgaria (2019). Galina is the author of two feature-length documentaries: “Street Prose”, supported by the Sofia Municipality and selected at the Sofia International Film Festival (2013) and a film about the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Both were broadcast on the Bulgarian National Television.
Galina is the author of the absurdist play “Asteroid 35 111”, based on the life of the Russian poet Marina Tsvetaeva, which was performed at the Municipal Theater “Vazrazhdane”, broadcast on the Bulgarian National Radio and was nominated for First Prize in the national competition at the New Bulgarian University in 2018.
Galina participated in several workshops for writing and script development such as: Sarajevo Talent Campus (2015), In the Palace Project Market (2015, 2019), CinemadaMare (2016), Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market (2018, 2020), Transilvania Pitch Stop (2020), Elizabeth Kostova Foundation (2020).
She graduated in Film Directing at New Bulgarian University and the Master class of prof. Georgi Djulgerov. Galina has a PhD in Russian Literature, she is part-time lecturer at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and author of the book Avant-Garde and Social Realism.