|Photography:||Orlin Ruevski, Ivan Nikolov|
|Sound:||Momchil Bozhkov, BFSA|
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72' / 2013 / Bulgaria
Audience vote 7.69
The Last Black Sea Pirates swim in testosterone and rugged tenderness in a land of wilderness and legends, far from civilization. For 20 years, Captain Jack The Whale and his crew have been drinking, dreaming and hunting for a treasure buried in the gully of Karadere, the pristine beach they call home.
But someone else has got wind of Karadere’s treasures. When news of imminent change begin to find its way to this remote oasis, the pirates' world begins to unravel. Doubts erode the foundations of trust, conflicts brew, tensions are on the rise.
In this crisis, emerges a contemporary fairy tale about the treasures we hunt and those that we find.
Visions Du Réel / Hot Docs / Krakow / Underhill / Transilvania, Romania / Documentarist Istanbul / Golden Apricot / Guanojuato IFF / Prizren / Cinematek Piestany / LetCee Vienna / IFF Adana / Vilnius Doc Film Festival / CinEast Luxemburg / Jihlava IFF / Noordeljik Film Festival / DocPoint Helsinki / Santa Barbara IFF / Göteborg IFF / Zagreb Dox / GoEast / Budoku Hungary
Svetoslav Stoyanov is a director and DOP whose short documentaries, experimental films and audio-visual projects have been screened across Europe and selected in the official competitions of festivals in Athens, Madrid, Moscow, Dublin, Sarajevo, Bratislava, Venice. His work has participated in the Venice Biennial, and received awards in Skopje and Yerevan. THE LAST BLACK SEA PIRATES is his feature film debut.
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