Ten documentary films will be projected at the de Minority Film Festival yesterday thru Saturday at Casa Tranzit in Cluj-Napoca, Mediafax reports. The event is organized by the Tranzit Foundation via “Generating Trust by Means of Culture in Multi-ethnic Environment”, a project financed from EU funds. “The project aims to support creative artists and lay emphasis on the national cultural heritage by means of works shown in various locations (Cluj, Bolzano, Bratislava and Budapest), to encourage international cooperation and intercultural dialogue,” said Laura Panait, one of the festival’s organizers. The films to be shown in the festival deal with various topics – from political and cultural issues, to the facets of racism and the diversity of voices in the Roma community. “This is illustrated by ten documentaries from Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Italy, Germany and the UK, but with special relevance too on the European area where we live,” Panait also said. “ /Auf der kippe”/ “On the Brink” (Germany), directed by Andrei Schwartz and “ The Life and other Building Yards” (Italia), Giuseppe Schettino will be projected on day 1 of the festival.