Emil, writer and owner of advertising agency, gradually becomes obsessed with spying on his family, friends and employees via hidden spy cameras. What starts as an innocent hobby ends up as a total disaster, as in the process he abuses his new power and eventually comes to realize that some secrets should be left uncovered.
CAST & CREW
Matey Konstantinov, Ilian Djevelekov, Georgi Dimitrov
Matey Konstantinov, Ilian Djevelekov
Director of Photography
Velislav Pavlov, Teodora Duhovnikova, Vesela Babinova, Tony Minasyan, Mihail Mutafov.
Ilian Djevelekov studied Psychology at Sofia University. He graduated in Film and TV Directing from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia. In 1993, his film I Want To Be Free won the Best Short Film Award at the Golden Rose FF in Varna. From 1994 to 2000, he worked as producer and director in Ku-Ku Film Company. In 2001, Djevelekov together with Matey Konstantinov and Georgi Dimitrov founded the production company Miramar Film, which is now ranking among Bulgarian top producers of documentaries, features and TV commercials. Djevelekov is director and producer of tens of TV commercials and documentaries. His last documentary Cuba Is Music premiered at the Sofia IFF in 2009 and took part in a number of festivals and markets after that. Zift by director Javor Gardev was Ilian Djevelekov’s first film as producer of full-length features. The film received Silver St. George Award for Best Director at the Moscow IFF 2008. It was acclaimed at festivals such as Toronto, Melbourne, Mar del Plata, Istanbul, etc. and was sold in Europe and in the USA. In Bulgaria it was the most successful domestic film for the past 20 years. Djevelekopv’s first feature film, Love.net (2011) ranks in the top 10 all time box-office hits in Bulgaria and had its interational premiere at the Moscow IFF in the out of competition program. It was selected in competition in Bratislava and the Bahamas FFs among others. He also received the Best Director award from the Bulgarian Film Academy. Omnipresent, same as Love.net, is based on his original idea.
Cuba Is Music (2009, doc.), Love.net (2011), Omnipresent (2017).