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Digital Dracula – a new competition in Dracula Film Festival

The fourth edition of Dracula Film Festival, an event dedicated to the lovers of horror and fantasy movies, returns to Brasov, between 12 and 16 October, with a digital competition that is addressing to the teenagers between 16 and 29 years old across the country, to film and photography enthusiasts. The Digital Dracula purpose is to promote the film education among teenagers, to give to the young people across the country a chance to get closer to the world of film and discover and cultivate new talent in the cinema in Romania.

The registrations are made during the period 13 to 30 September 2016 on the  www.draculadigital.ro site, where the participants can send a movie made with the cell phone, whose duration does not exceed 3 minutes. The films voting is made on October 1-7 on the same site, and the representatives of the first 5 ranked films by the number of votes received will be invited to Dracula Film Festival where, with the assistance of the specialists, will perform one horror film, SF, supernatural, thriller or fantastic. The film will be made with the mobile phone in Brasov, on a topic chosen by the jury and will have 3 minutes.

The films will be screened during the festival, Sunday, October 16, 2016 and the winner will be chosen by the jury vote. The awarded prize is worth 500 Euro.

Also, on 13-14 October, the 5 selected teams will participate in two workshops of the Dracula Film Festival: All about smartphone and About suspense (editing and screenwriting). These will also be open to the public.

More details about Digital Dracula on http://draculadigital.ro

Dracula Film Festival will take place in Brasov, in the period October 12 to 16 October, at the “Sica Alexandrescu” Theater, Patria Cinematheque and Cinema One.

Dracula Film Festival is an annual event organized by the Cultural Association Fanzin and presented by Viasat History. The festival is funded by the City Hall of Brasov, Brasov County Council and the National Center of Cinematography.

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