CLUJ-NAPOCA: Vlad Petri’s first feature documentary follows the anti-government protests that took place in Piaţa Universităţii of Bucharest during a year from January 2012 to January 2013.
CLUJ-NAPOCA: Nicolae Mărgineanu continues the investigation of the communist era with Poarta Albă, a feature about the concentration camp of Poarta Albă and the construction of the Danube-Black Sea channel.
CLUJ-NAPOCA: Selected in the Romanian Days competitive section of Transylvania IFF, The Unsaved/La limita de jos a cerului captures the lack of prospects in contemporary Republic of Moldova through the bitter sweet drama of two young friends trying to take control over their lives.
CLUJ-NAPOCA: Closer to the Moon, Nae Caranfil's first English language film had its national premiere on 7 March 2014, and it is competing in Romanian Days section at Transylvania IFF, 30 May-8 June 2014.
CLUJ-NAPOCA: The Crypt/Cripta aka The Gentleman from the Courtyard/Domnul de la curte is a Romanian-French coproduction starring Serge Riaboukine as a French real estate developer trapped in a courtyard by mistake.
CLUJ-NAPOCA: The Second Game/Al doilea joc which had its world premiere in the Forum section of the Berlinale 2014 is set during a local Romanian football match in December 1988, with a discussion off screen between Corneliu Porumboiu and his father, the referee Adrian Porumboiu who was the referee of the game.
CLUJ-NAPOCA: Tudor Cristian Jurgiu's first feature Japanese Dog/Câinele japonez was one of the surprises of 2013.
BUCHAREST: Radu Muntean is set for an August- September 2014 shooting on One Floor Below, a Romanian-French-Swedish coproduction.
BUCHAREST: #Selfie, Cristina Iacob's first feature, had an increase in admissions in its second weekend, up to 14,654 compared to 12,648 in the opening weekend, an unusual result for a Romanian domestic film.
Film New Europe has teamed up with the upcoming Cannes Marche Du Film and the Producers Workshop to promote Central and Eastern European producers during Cannes.
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