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“Documentary Mondays” resumes at the Czech Centre

The Czech Cultural Centre in Bucharest will restart the series of cinema events with one of the most recent and controversial productions, “Cinematherapy,” shown today as of 8 pm. Directed by famous Czech filmmaker Ivan Vojnar, the film starts from the premise of a commercial aired on Czech Television and inviting viewers to attend a casting and tell their stories. Blurring the lines between feature film, documentary and reality show, it does not offer the participants plastic surgery or a reunion with a long lost friend, but lets them witness their often bizarre lives and thus progress in dealing with their traumas. Born in 1942, Ivan Vojnar is a well- known photographer, cinematographer and director. In 1965, he graduated from FAMU in cinematography, cinematographer for numerous Czech and Slovak documentary and feature. Some of the titles in his filmography include “Flowers of Sakura” (Director, Screenwriter), “Forest Walkers” (Director), 2000 and “A New Hyperion” (Director of photography). Viewers have free access at tonight’s screening.
Venue: Czech Cultural Centre; Address: 11 Ion Ghica St.

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