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October 16, 2021

Igor Cobileanski’s “At the Bottom of the Sky”, selected at Karlovy Vary Film Festival

“At the Bottom of the Sky”, a film directed by Igor Cobileanski, has been selected as an entry at the East of the West Section of the Karlovy Vary Festival (the Czech Republic), June 28 – July 6, according to the festival’s website. The world premiere of “At the Bottom of the Sky”, a Romanian-Moldovan co-production, will be running at the Karlovy Vary Festival. The film tells the story of a teenager, Viorel, who lives with his mother in a Moldovan city. He has neither great ambitions, nor great expectations and makes all his money from illegal activities.
Corneliu Porumboiu and Igor Cobileanski are the screenwriters. “As You Like It”, a short feature documentary about a village’s ageing community who has a single passion: to have their photos taken for display on their tombstones. “Mood Indigo”, a Michel Gondry film adaptation of Boris Vian’s novel “Foam of the Daze” will open the Karlovy Vary Festival.
Film director Igor Cobileanski was born in 1974, in Chisinau. As a child, he played in several films, among which “Pain”, made based on a script written by Emil Loteanu. Cobileanski is a graduate of the Film Faculty of UNATC Bucharest. In 2006, he directed his first film, a short feature entitled “When the Light Dies”, followed by “Sasa, Grisa and Ion” (2006), “Boredom” and “Inspiration” (2007), which were selected as entries at various international festivals. Igor Cobileanski also directed “Tache”, a feature film starring Mircea Diaconu in the lead role.

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