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Country Focus: Romania

National Film Centre supports 17 features

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National Film Centre supports 17 features

- The Romanian National Film Centre announced the grants for 2013, with nine live action features, four documentaries and four animations among the winners. The biggest grants (€225,000) went to Nae Caranfil’s (photo) 6.9 on the Richter Scale, produced by Cristian Mungiu’s Mobra Film, and Nicolae Margineanu’s The White Gate, produced by Ager Film.

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Radu Muntean’s new project One Floor Below, written together with his longtime collaborators Alexandru Baciu and Razvan Radulescu, received €207,000, while Radu Jude’s period drama Aferim!, produced by Ada Solomon and HiFilm, was granted €185,000. Roots, directed by Stere Gulea and produced by Cristi and Anca Puiu’s Mandragora, received €180,000. Marian Crisan will produce his Horizon a.k.a. The Forest with Mandragora Movies (owned by Bobby Paunescu), starting with a grant of €140,000. Adrian Sitaru’s Fixeur, produced by 4Proof Film, received €65,000.

Only two first films are supported by the Romanian CNC: Adina Pintilie’s Touch Me Not, produced 4Proof Film, received €160,000, while High Schoolers 2000, produced by MediaPro Pictures and directed by Ana Cristina Iacob, received €180,000.

Documentary The Magic Mountain, produced by Aparte Film and directed by Anca Damian, received the biggest grant in the Documentary section, €95,000. Ioan Cristian Piturescu’s About Self and the Other and Dan Necsulea’s One Century without the Treasury were granted €80,000. Dumitru Budrala’s The King’s Path received €55,000.

Four animation projects were granted amounts between €34,000 and €90,000.

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