Transylvania Film Festival 2009 kicks off today

The 8th edition of Transilvania International Film Festival, Romania’s biggest and most important international film festival looks bigger than ever, with over 215 films screened, 19 sections and more than 500 guests.

The festival will present in the Focus Section some of the greatest films that come from Poland, Italy and Finland.

The Romanian Days line-up includes public and closed screenings of the double Cannes awarded Police, Adjectif, by Corneliu Porumboiu and Tales From the Golden Age (photo), produced by Cristian Mungiu, and The Happiest Girl In The World by Radu Jude.

The 3×3 programme is dedicated this year to three very special filmmakers: Jim Jarmusch, Mika Kaurismaki and Romanian legend Dan Pita.

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