In a city where 13 ambulances struggle to serve a burgeoning population of several million, 47-year old Krassi Yordanov is our unlikely hero: chain-smoking and saving lives in a non-stop 48-hour shift. Krassi is the emergency doctor on one of Sofia’s last ambulances and today is the worst day of his life. This is a film about the regular working day of Dr. Krassi, nurse Mila and driver Plamen, a team working on an ambulance in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Struggling against an avalanche of absurdities in a crumbling medical system and scarcely earning enough to make a living, these three are simply trying to do what they do best – save lives.
18. 1. 2022
“Producers should not be gang-raped by streamers.” An Interview with Siniša Juričić
Croatian veteran producer Siniša Juričić discusses his COVID shootings, relationship with streamers and why Elon Musk will be the villain of the upcoming project Measuring the Sky.read more
18. 10. 2021
"We had to educate a brand new audience." An interview with Martichka Bozhilova
We talked to Bulgarian producer Martichka Bozhilova, one of the most prominent Balkan professionals in the documentary industry for the past 20 years, about her career and the state of the industry.read more