Martichka Bozhilova has been producer of AGITPROP since 1999. Her films include the multi-awarded Georgi and the Butterflies (Silver Wolf Award, IDFA 2004); The Mosquito Problem and other stories (World Premiere: Cannes 2007; Grierson Award, London Film Festival 2007; Grand Prize, Sunny Side of the Doc 2008); Corridor #8 (World Premiere: Berlinale 2008 – FORUM, Ecumenical Jury Award; HOTDOCS 2008 – HBO Documentary Film Emerging Artist Award) as well as See You at the Eiffel Tower which premiered at IDFA 2008 – Reflecting Images Panorama. She is one of the producers of the first Bulgarian omnibus film 15. The short fiction film Omelette produced within 15 won an Honorable Mention at Sundance 2009. She is also the producer of the first original Bulgarian productions for HBO, Concrete Pharaohs and Paradise Hotel. Her latest films are Rules of Single Life (Audience Award for Best Documentary at Sofia FF 2011); Dad Made Dirty Movies (World premiere: Visions du Reel 2011) and The Boy Who Was a King (World premiere: Toronto IFF 2011, The Times BFI London FF 2011, IDFA 2011). AGITPROP’s films have been broadcast and received cinema releases worldwide.
In 2006 Martichka Bozhilova received the International Trailblazer Award, launched by Robert Redford and the Sundance Channel at MIPDOC in Cannes for creativity, innovation, originality and breakthrough in the field of documentary cinema. She is a lecturer at various European workshops and events in the field of documentary cinema. She is director of the Balkan Documentary Center (BDC) for supporting documentary filmmakers from the Balkans www.bdcwebsite.com and ambassador of the European Documentary Network (EDN) for Bulgaria.