Romanian film Libertate (Tudor Giurgiu), awarded at Sarajevo Film Festival
“The film captures the essence of a significant historical moment and explores the complexity of human nature in difficult times, while also offering a fascinating insight into the history of Eastern Europe.”
This was the motivation of the jury that awarded the Confederation of International Art Cinematographers’ Award (CICAE) to the Romanian film Libertate, directed by Tudor Giurgiu, at the 29th Sarajevo Film Festival.
The award supports the distribution of the film in more than 3000 cinemas worldwide and its popularization among the audience.
Inspired by real events, Libertate tells a lesser-known story that happened in Sibiu during the 1989 Revolution.
The film will be released in cinemas across Romania on 6 October, and from 25 August the film’s team will be present at a series of previews in over 40 cities across the country, in Alba Iulia, Odorheiul Secuiesc, Sibiu, Buzău and Brăila.
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