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January 28, 2022

Ada Condeescu awarded in Berlin

Actress Ada Condeescu was handed over the Shooting Stars Trophy by actress Julie Delpy and actor Ethan Hawke at a ceremony Monday evening dedicated to the actors and actresses in the  Shooting Stars Program of the Berlin International Film Festival (Feb 7-17).
All of the actors and actresses admitted to the Shooting Stars attended sessions with casting directors, producers and other film industry figures.
Condeescu is one of the ten European actors and actresses chosen to attend next year’s Shooting Stars Program, thus becoming the fifth Romanian performer selected to attend the prestigious program, after Ana Ularu (2012), Dragos Bucur (2009), Anamaria Marinca (2008) and Maria Popistasu (2007).
The Shooting Stars Program, now in its 16th year, is organized by the European Film Promotion (EFP), in cooperation with its member organizations, among which the Romanian Film Promotion, and is supported by the MEDIA Program of the European Union.
Born on July 2, 1988, in Bucharest, Ada Condeescu is a graduate of the University of Theatre and Cinematography in Bucharest. She made her feature film debut with the lead part in “If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle”, directed by Florin Serban.  In 2011, her performance in “Loverboy” (director Catalin Mitulescu) brought her The Heart of Sarajevo Award for Best Actress. Recently, Ada Condeescu  performed  in Bogdan Mustata’s “Wolf”, to hit the big screens this year.

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