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.

BUCHAREST: Eighteen features and eight short films were selected for the Romanian Days at the 13th edition of Transilvania IFF , 30 May - 8 June 2014.

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.

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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