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Six cities celebrate Romanian Film Days

Following the model initiated by the “432” Caravan, which, in 2007, projected the Palme d’Or-winner in 15 cities in Romania, seven Romanian films, including “The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu”, by Andrei Ujica, “Tuesday, after Christmas”, directed by Radu Muntean, and “Francesca”, directed by Bobby Paunescu, will be screened, between November 5 and 28, in Botosani, Braila, Tulcea, Ramnicu Valcea, Alba Iulia and Sighisoara, within the Romanian Film Days (ZFR). The manifestation proposes to restore the perception of the cinematographic show as an event – particularly in those cities where cinemas have ceased to exist, or the habit of going to see films on the silver screen has faded. Going to the movies presupposes social interaction, an exchange of ideas, and ZFR will offer spectators an opportunity to see recently-awarded films and to meet actors or directors. According to the organizers, the screenings will take place at the weekend, in cinemas, theatres or culture homes, and at least one comedy is scheduled, each day.


THE FILMS TO BE PRESENTED DURING THE ROMANIAN FILM DAYS ARE:

“Tuesday, after Christmas”, directed by Radu Muntean

“The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu” ”, directed by Andrei Ujica

“Francesca” ”, dir. Bobby Paunescu

“Boogie” ”, dir. Radu Muntean

“Tales from the Golden Age 1 – Comrades, life is beautiful” ” – collective movie

“Tales from the Golden Age 2 – Love in the spare time” ” – collective movie

“Occident” ”, dir. Cristian Mungiu.

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