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FESTIVALS: The 25th Astra Film Festival Announces Lineup Featured

2018-09-04

SIBIU: Nine documentaries have been selected for the International Competition of the 25th Astra Film Festival. From a total of 101 films selected, 56 will screen in the five competition sections of the festival running from 15 to 21 October 2018.

The competition sections are: International, Central and Eastern Europe, Romania, Short film and Student. Another 45 films will screen out of competition within the thematic programmes of the festival, in the experiential setup (virtual reality and 360 degrees projections), as well as in the 10th Astra Film Junior (a festival-in-festival dedicated to the training of the next generation of moviegoers and documentary filmmakers).

Over 3,000 films have been submitted.

Astra Film Festival Sibiu is held under the High Patronage of the President of Romania.

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION:

I Am Another You (USA)
Directed by Nanfu Wang
 
Minding the Gap (USA)
Directed by Bing Liu
 
Sand and Blood (Austria)
Directed by Matthias Krepp, Angelika Spangel
 
Solving My Mother (Latvia)
Directed by Ieva Ozolina
 
Tanzania Transit (the Netherlands)
Directed by Jeroen van Velzen
 
The Image You Missed (Ireland, France)
Directed by Donal Foreman
 
Thinking Like a Mountain (Germany, Colombia)
Directed by Alexander Hick
 
Unsettling (Israel, UK)
Directed by Iris Zaki
 
Yvonne (Italy, France)
Directed by Tommaso Perfetti

CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE COMPETITION:

Easy Lessons (Hungary)
Directed by Dorottya Zurbó
 
Frozen Conflict (Germany)
Directed by Steffi Wurster
 
Hugo (Poland)
Directed by Wojciech Klimala, Mateusz Wajda
 
Love Is Potatoes (the Netherlands)
Directed by Aliona van der Horst
 
Putin’s Witnesses (Latvia, Switzerland, Czech Republic)
Directed by Vitaly Mansky
 
Srbenka (Croatia)
Directed by Nebojsa Slijepcevic
 
Taurunum Boy (Serbia)
Directed by Jelena Maksimović
 
The Distant Barking of Dogs (Denmark, Sweden)
Directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont
 
The White World According to Daliborek (Czech Republic)
Directed by Vít Klusák
 
When the War Comes (Croatia, Czech Republic)
Directed by Jan Gebert
 
Click HERE for the press release.

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