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February 4, 2023
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Romanian filmmakers receive awards in Sarajevo

The actress Mirela Oprisor was awarded the Best female performance trophy for the part of Adriana Hanganu in “Marti, dupa Craciun”/ Tuesday, after Christmas, by Radu Muntean, at Sarajevo Film Festival. “Because her performance pushed the film to the next level. Because her part stands at the heart of the production “Marti, dupa Craciun”. For me, the film became strong when her [Adriana Hanganu’s] husband asks her for the divorce,” the actor Leon Lucev, a member of the jury which granted the Romanian actress the best female performance distinction, worth EUR 2,500, stated, for ‘Evenimentul Zilei’. “This is my first award and my first important part. I’m very happy I got to play Adriana Hanganu and won an award, on top of that, I hope this will be a fine way to start a career at 37!”, Mirela Oprisor stated, for ‘Evenimentul Zilei’. As far as the Cinelink awards are concerned, “Lupu”/ Wolf, Bogdan Mustata’s feature film debut, was awarded the Eurimages trophy (EUR 30,000). The film tells the surrealist tale of a young man who wishes his father were restored to life. Strangely, the latter is (literally) reborn and is reintegrated into the family. Both the director Bogdan Mustata and the producer Marcian Lazar were present at Sarajevo. On the same occasion, the director Catalin Musat won a distinction for the short feature film “Revizorul”/ The Inspector, which was judged to be the best of the four productions.

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