The Cinema Roumain Association, the Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) in la Paris and the Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle University will organize the showing today of Romanian short films projected at the Film NexT International Festival 2012, according to a press release quoted by Mediafax. This will also be an opportunity for the showing of the short films “From now on” directed by Dorian Boguta, and “House Party’” , Adrian Sitaru, adding to which are “Hello Kitty”, Millo Simulov and “A Thousand Things in Common “, Sarra Tsorakidis. Dorian Boguta’s “From now on” tells the story of Stefan, who turns 18 years old and receives a driving lesson, a bottle of vodka and some lustful talk about women as a birthday gift. The “gift” however contains a surprise that turn’s the boy’s anniversary upside down. “Hello Kitty”, Millo Simulov, won the NexT Viewers’ Choice Award for Best Romanian Film. Its plot unfolds during a dream summer on the seashore, alongside the best friends. In “House Party”, 55 years old Neli is away from Bucharest, and her son, Dan, 17, is home alone. When Neli returns from the trip, her neighbors give her a detailed account of the raciest things that happened during the house party her son Dan threw while she was away. In “A Thousand Things in Common”, friendship among a group of friends crumbles when a stranger doubts its solidity. The NexT International Film Festival is held in the memory of late film director Cristian Nemescu and sound designer Andrei Toncu who both died in a car accident. On its 7th edition, NexT is the most short and medium-length film festival in Romania.