Bulgarian Rhapsody (Bulgarian: Българска рапсодия) is a 2014 Bulgarian drama film directed by Ivan Nitchev. It was selected as the Bulgarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated. There was some controversy in the selection due to Nitchev's involvement with the Bulgarian National Film Council.
|Directed by||Ivan Nitchev|
|Written by||Yurii Dachev|
Jean Pierre Magro
|Produced by||Leon Edery|
|Edited by||Tatyana Bogdanova|
|Music by||Stephan Dimitrov|
|Distributed by||Cinepaz EOOD|
|Budget||1.8 million leva|
The film is part of a historic trilogy about Bulgarian Judaism, which consists of the films: After the End of the World (1999) and The Journey to Jerusalem (2003).
- "'Bulgarian Rhapsody' Enters Oscars 2014 Foreign Language Film Contest". Novinite. Retrieved 5 September 2014.
- "Bulgaria's Oscar Nominee Criticized for Director's Role on Selection Committee". Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 8 September 2014.