Vesela Kazakova
Producer , Actor-Actress , Director , Scriptwriter , Cinematographer

Bulgaria

Biography

Vesela Kazakova was born on July 4, 1977 in Sofia, Bulgaria. She went on stage for the first time at the early age of 4 together with her twin-sister Bilyana. Both of them participated in the children theater group "Kambana"("Bell"), founded by their mother Snezhina Kazakova - an actress. Vesela studied Acting at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (NATFA) in the actors' class of professor Stefan Danailov. After graduating in the year of 2000, Vesela was chosen for the role of Nina in Sea-gull by Anton Chekhov, performed at the National Satiric Theatre for three seasons in a row as a freelancer and worked with directors such as Dessislava Shpatova in Dzen Porno and Irjie Mencel. Vesela's first leading role in cinema was in the film of director Svetoslav Ovcharov A Leaf In The Wind in 2001. Vesela Kazakova is the first Bulgarian actress to receive an invitation to participate in the section for young talents Shooting Stars of the Berlin International Film Festival, which will take place from the 9th to 19th February 2006. In the spring of 2006 she will enter the production of the Hungarian / UK / Bulgarian film, Prima Primavera by Hungarian film director Janos Edelenyi.



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With the support of the Eurimages Fund of the Council of Europe

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