It's time to meet the Romanian films at the 52nd edition of Karlovy Vary IFF kicking off today...
+ A difficult assignment awaits TV reporter Alex in Iulia Rugină's 3rd feature Breaking News, presented in the Official Competition; + In Tarzan's Testicles, Alexandru Solomon brings the audience from the Documentary Competition to a research center in Sukhumi, the capital of today’s Abkhazia, where the legend has it that it was built to create a hybrid between man and monkey; + In East of the West, Cristi Iftime debuts with a journey in the old family car Marița. + Future Frames, the European Film Promotion's programme, brings ten student directors to follow at the Karlovy Vary IFF. Matei Lucaci-Grunberg, from the National University of Theatre and Film "I.L. Caragiale" Bucharest, will screen his short Bones for Otto.
Breaking News Directed by: Iulia Rugină Romania, 2017, 81min. Section: Official Selection - Competition July 5th @17:00 - Grand Hall July 6th @10:00 - Pupp Cinema July 8th @09:00 - Drahomíra Cinema
Tarzan’s Testicles / Ouăle lui Tarzan Directed by: Alexandru Solomon Romania / France, 2017, 105min. Section: Documentary Films - Competition July 3rd @18:30 - Čas Cinema July 4th @16:30 - Drahomíra Cinema
Mariţa Directed by: Cristi Iftime Romania, 2017, 100min. Section: East of the West - Competition July 4th @18:30 - Karlovy Vary Mun. Theatre July 7th @16:30 - Lazne III
Bones for Otto / Oase pentru Otto Directed by: Matei Lucaci-Grunberg Romania, 2016, 29min. Section: Future Frames: Ten New Filmmakers To Follow July 3rd @18:30 - Small Hall July 7th @22:30 - Lazne III