• In 2008 Maya Vitkova executive produced the independent feature EASTERN PLAYS by Kamen Kalev. The film premiered at the 62nd Cannes International Film Festival’s Director’s Fortnight and was nominated for the Camera d’Or. The international festivals' darling EASTERN PLAYS was among the 3 films nominated for the LUX award of the European Parliament, in the official selection of the 2009 European Film Awards and Bulgaria's candidate in the nominations race for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar 2011.
  • Beginning of 2009 Maya Vitkova founded Viktoria Films. 
  • Currently the company has three released projects - the short film STANKA GOES HOME, written by the award-winning Romanian writer/director Radu Jude and directed / produced by Maya Vitkova. The project was presented at the European Short Pitch in Clermont-Ferrand, financially supported by the Bulgarian National Culture Fund and the 35mm film print was produced with the support of the Bulgarian National Film Center. STANKA GOES HOME premiered out of competition at the 49th Cannes Critic's Week (63rd Cannes International Film Festival). The film was the only Bulgarian participation in the competition programmes of Toronto, Hamburg, Huesca (Francisco Garcia de Paso award and Special jury mention) and Sarajevo (Special jury mention - best international short), among others. The film has been selected for over 80 international film festivals, received 10 awards, was sold out for broadcasting in the USA and exhibited in German cinemas. The world sales / distributor is KurzFilmAgentur Hamburg e.V.
  • Viktoria Films completed the short film MY TIRED FATHER, co-written by Radu Jude and Maya Vitkova, directed by Maya and produced by her and Emil Vitkov. The film premiered at the 17th CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival in Toronto (June, 2011). Currently the film has been selected for over 50 international film festivals and received 5 awards. The world sales / distributor is KurzFilmAgentur Hamburg e.V. 
  • Viktoria Films produced the feature film VIKTORIA (aka Queen Victoria) by Maya Vitkova in co-production with Mandragora, Romania. The project has been selected for the Script & Pitch Workshops, the Balkan Fund, the Berlinale Talent Project Market, the NIPKOW Programm, the EKRAN Programme of Andrzej Wajda's Master School of Film Directing, etc. VIKTORIA has been financially supported by the Media Programme and Vienna Film Fund (development), and the Bulgarian National Film Center (development and production). The film had its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2014 (World Dramatic Competition). VIKTORIA was selected for over 60 international film festivals, received 7 awards and was sold out for distribution in the USA to the Big World Pictures with planned release in 2016.
  • Viktoria Films is in development of Maya Vitkova's feature film projects GIN AIR and MY NAME, and the shorts ELYSIUM, BELOVED and THE DOORS ARE CLOSING.