AGITPROP production company
AGITPROP was set up in 1997 by authors and cinematographers Boris Missirkov and Georgi Bogdanov. AGITPROP has produced a number of films, mainly creative documentaries with a strong author’s style, among which: Georgi and the Butterflies (Silver Wolf Award, IDFA 2004), The Mosquito Problem and other stories (World Premiere: Cannes 2007; Grierson Award, London Film Festival 2007), Corridor #8 (World Premiere: Berlinale 2008 – FORUM, Ecumenical Jury Award), as well as 15 – the first BG film omnibus (short Omelette won Special Mention at Sundance 2009). The company’s filmography includes also multi-awarded See You at the Eiffel Tower, Paraidse Hotel and Concrete Pharaohs. AGITPROP’s latest films are Dad Made Dirty Movies (world premiere: Vision du Reel, Nyon 2011) and The Boy Who Was a King (world premiere: Toronto IFF 2011).
AGITPROP is one of the few Bulgarian film production companies well known on the European film market. During the last years most of the company’s projects are in co- production with leading TV broadcasters such as: Channel 4, Sundance Channel, ITVS, ARTE, RAI, CBC, SVT, YLE, HBO. AGITPROP is actively involved in the management of the Balkan Documentary Center (BDC) bdcwebsite.com and developing the concept of the Bulgarian documentary label BulDoc buldoc.net. AGITPROP has also produced numerous TV programmes, social, educational and advertising campaigns. agitprop.bg