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Twelve successful movies at the German Film Days

During October 31 – November 6, 2014, Goethe-Institut announces the German Film Days in Bucharest. The festival has reached its ninth edition and will be held at Cinema Studio, presenting the Romanian audience the opportunity to enjoy twelve successful German films made recently.
The opening of the festival will include a screening in preview of the film. “Kreuzweg/ Stations Of The Cross”, the winner of the Silver Bear for the Best Screenplay in 2014, due to be distributed in Romania starting this November by Parada Film.
The twelve films screened during the German Film Days in Bucharest are eight fiction films and four documentaries, presented during seven evenings. Moreover, the audience will be granted the opportunity to discuss with some of their directors, producers and scriptwriters. “The German Film Days have become a tradition of the Bucharest cultural landscape. This year, the ninth edition will take place, and will include art films and recent, special documentaries, highly acclaimed at international festivals.
The topics of this year’s films and documentaries combine the search of belonging, of role models and of family models in today’s Germany and all over the world. The German film making is young, daring, gifted with personality and humour, strong and intelligent. It has reached its highest level of performance!
The films featured in the program of the German Film Days were premiered in five of the most prestigious festivals of the world and are cinema experiences nobody should miss. This is the reason why I wanted to share them with the Bucharest audience”, says Romania-based German director Alexander Nanau, this year’s selector of the festival.
All films will be subtitled in Romanian.
The access to the screenings will be based on tickets available at the cinema box office at RON 10 or on subscriptions of RON 28 for four entries.
The program of the festival may be found on the site of the German Institute, www.goethe.de.

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