Martina Apostolova is a theater and film actress.
Martina graduated from New Bulgarian University in 2013. She started working on independent projects, documentary and experimental theater. She was part of the troupe of DT "Nikolay Vaptsarov" Blagoevgrad for two years, after which she returned to the capital's underground scene.
She has participated in over 20 theatrical shows and performances. She made her film debut with the role in the film "Irina" (directed by Nadezhda Koseva), for which she received a number of international awards, including being chosen as an European Rising Star at the Berlinale 2020. She was also in the films "Marriage" (directed by Slava Doycheva), "Bread" (directed by Dimitar Kutmanov), and "10 Seconds" (directed by Evgenia Taneva).
To be an actor is to BE. How to be in the theater and how to be in the cinema? What do we need to know to choose art? What not to expect when we choose it? What is the most important tool of the actor and how is it stored? I will be here to share my answers to these questions. I will be here to answer your questions as well. I will be here to tell you my journey and share my experience so far.
CampOUT 2020 is part of the three-year project "Empowering young LGBTI people through access to services, motivation and focused policy change", implemented with financial support, provided by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Financial Mechanism. The main objective of the project is to support and empower young LGBTI people and the professionals supporting them.
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