Martichka Bozhilova

Producer of AGITPROP, Bulgaria. Her high-end author-driven films have been selected and awarded at Cannes, Berlin, IDFA, Toronto, Sundance, Tribeca, Pusan and many others, and broadcast all over the world. Among her films are: Touch Me Not (Golden Bear Winner, Berlinale, 2018), film and four-part TV docu series for ARTE Palace for the People (DokLeipzig) - the docu series aired on BBC, ARTE, MDR, NHK, SVT and many others; Exemplary Behaviour (DokLeipzig, Golden Dove 2019), Georgi and the Butterflies (Silver Wolf, IDFA), The Mosquito Problem and other stories (Cannes), Corridor #8 (Berlinale), Omellette (Sundance), The Boy Who Was a King (Toronto), Dad Made Dirty Movies (sold to more than 30 territories). Producer of successful factual TV series for National Geographic and HBO. Producer of Father’s Day high-end drama series for Bulgarian National Television. Producer of The Cars We Drove into Capitalism (release 2021).

Jury member at numerous prestigious film festivals and lecturer at a number of international documentary workshops. Mentor at European Women's Audiovisual (EWA) Network. Commissioner at the Re-Act Co-Development and The Malik Bendjelloul Memorial Foundation’s Fund. Director of Balkan Documentary Center, the institution behind two acclaimed training initiatives – BDC Discoveries and Docu Rough Cut Boutique, organized in collaboration with Sarajevo Film Festival.