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September 24, 2021
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“Closer to the Moon” and byron open Historical Film Festival Rasnov

The sixth edition of the Historical Film Festival Rasnov held between August 1 and 10 will open with the latest production of filmmaker Nae Caranfil, “Closer to the Moon,” and the concert of the alternative rock band byron. The complete program of the festival will include 40 documentary and fiction films, concerts and special events, and also debates on the festival themes, “The Great War,” “The Year 1989” and “Los Angeles 1984.”
Among the films screened at the Historical Film Festival there are the documentaries “The Last Stronghold” made by Nicholas Dimancescu. “Behind the Curtain” by Bogdan Mustata and “Premier Noel dans les Tranchees,” by Michael Gaumnitz, “Une Promesse,” the latest film by French filmmaker Patrice Leconte, the exceptional “La Grande Illusion” by Jean Renoir, the drama “La France” by Serge Bozon, “Die Maenner der Emden” by Berengar Pfahl and “Walesa: Man of Hope,” directed by Andrzej Wajda.

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