directed by Martin Makariev
It’s too late to be afraid.
On November 18th 1985, the police found four bodies in an isolated mountain hut in Roseville, Bulgaria. One of the guests, a man named Vasil, was missing and his whereabouts remain unknown as of today. The case is still labeled "unsolved crime". The film is an artistic interpretation, a mix of horror and paranormal, based on direct and indirect police information.
HORROR DCP/HD - 2014 - BULGARIA - 102min
ORIGINAL TITLE Вила Роза
CAST David Chokachi, Elena Petrova, Kalin Vrachanski, Lydia Injova, Plamen Manassiev
ORIGINAL LANGUAGE Bulgarian, English
PRODUCED BY Forward Pictures Ltd., Promotis Ltd., Camera Ltd.,Dream Team Ltd., Modo Bulgaria, Band of Friends
Martin Makariev a Bulgarian filmmaker, born 18.03.1981 in Sofia, Bulgaria. For a long time he studied and worked in Germany and Switzerland, and in 2007 he returned to Bulgaria. A year later founded a production company “Forward Pictures”Ltd. engaged in independent cinema . Martin directed as second unit director on a number of international productions and dozens of music videos and commercials. He also directed at the high - rating Bulgarian Series - "Undercover" and "The Tree of Life." His debut feature film "Roseville" (which he also produced) was released in late 2013 and receives excellent ratings from local cinema guild and audience. Martin describes himself as a dreamer and a Jedi Knight. He likes junk food and long movie nights with friends.
Bulgarian Film Academy Awards 2014
Best actor in a leading role (Plamen Manassiev) / Best actress in a leading role (Lydia Injova) / Best production design
Chennai International Film Festival 2014
Golden Rose Film Festival 2014
ÉCU - The European Independent Film Festival in Paris 2015
Best European Independent Dramatic Feature & Best Actor (Kalin Vrachanski)