Born in 1974 in Sofia, Bulgaria. After graduating from the Bulgarian National Film and Television Academy, Nadejda Koseva directed the short fiction novel THE RITUAL, part of the onmibus film LOST AND FOUND which premiered at FORUM Berlin IFF 2005. In 2005 Nadejda Koseva and Svetla Tsotsorkova founded the production company FRONT FILM and produced the Bulgarian short fiction film WALTZES AND TANGOS FROM THE VILLAGE OF WHITEWATER (dir. Ivan Vladimirov) which premiered at Locarno IFF 2007. Nadejda Koseva’s next short fiction film OMELETTE won a Special mention at Sundance Film Festival ’09 among other awards worldwide.
Currently, her latest short film TAKE TWOВ is traveling around the world after winning a Special mention at its premier at Sarajevo IFF ’11. Front Film is at preparation stage of the feature lenght fiction film THE NOTEBOOK (dir. Svetla Tsotsorkova) and the feature lenght fiction film BUS 64 (dir. Georgi Djulgerov) and is at shooting stage of the feature lenght documentary film BULGARIA IS ONE BIG MISTAKE TOO (dir. Stoyan Radev).