CLUJ-NAPOCA: Director/screenwriter Stere Gulea teams up with DOP Vivi Drăgan Vasile (Occident) and actress Luminiţa Gheorghiu (Child's Pose) for the first time since collaborating on the Romanian classic Moromeţii (1985) with I'm an Old Communist Hag/Sunt o babă comunistă.

CLUJ-NAPOCA: In his debut feature documentary A Last Year in 114 Minutes/Un ultim an în 114 minute, the visual artist Daniel Djamo films the final year of the woman who raised him.

CLUJ-NAPOCA: The surprise indie hit film #Selfie, a debut film from Cristina Iacob, screens in the competitive section Romanian Days at the 13th edition of Transilvania IFF.

ZAGREB: Vinko Bresan’s comedy The Priest’s Children has racked up an impressive international succes with 30,000 tickets sold in Brazil in 10 weeks and sales to 32 territories worldwide through the French company WIDE Management.

CLUJ-NAPOCA: The second feature of Andrei Grusznicki, a black and white drama set in the communist Romania, gathered a few prizes before being selected in the main competition of Transilvania IFF and also in the Romanian Days competition.

CLUJ-NAPOCA: Vali Hotea's feature debut is the story of a man who finds out after reading his file from the communist secret services that he might be the father of a high-school colleague's child. The film was selected for the competitive section Romanian Days at Transilvania IFF.

CLUJ-NAPOCA: The mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Emil Boc, announced that it will be the first Romanian town to launch a local fund for cinema. The announcement was made at the Transilvania IFF.

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.

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