Change of release date

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Dear IMDB, I would like to change the release year of the film "Prelyubodeyanie" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2562308/), because 2014 is not correct. The release date will be in September 2015. All attempts I've tried through editing the page have failed.
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Yavor Vesselinov

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Yavor: The film's IMDb page lists a release in Bulgaria at the National Film Festival in October 2014. Is that incorrect? The film is listed on the festival's web site -- see http://www.zlatnaroza.bg/en/portfolio/adultery/ and http://www.zlatnaroza.bg/en/program/

Please keep in mind that if a film is shown at a film festival, IMDb considers that to be a release.
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Thank you for a quick reply!
But this was a work-in-progress copy at Bulgarian National (only) FF "Golden Rose" - a festival that reviews all ongoing production of Bulgarian films each year. That was a preview for critics and industry, despite shown in "official competition". Post-production ended February 2015 and a finished version showed at Sofia International FF on March 11th, 2015.
The actual theatrical release will be Sep this year.
With "2014" release year announced on IMDB we're having trouble sending out the film to international festivals before even having started... Because of the requirements about productions after Jan 2015... 
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Yavor: But at the 2015 Sofia International Film Festival, the movie was also listed as a 2014 film and was mentioned as having been in the official selection at Golden Rose 2014. See http://siff.bg/index.php?page=movies&id=2412&lang=en.
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Yes, they mention the appearance, as it was really shown, but could a preview show for 40 ppl of a work-in-progress copy, far from official premiering at all, actually ruin the release status of the film? It was not a release show...