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TIFF 2015 announces Romanian Days titles

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- 31 features and short films will be screened in the most popular sidebar of the festival

TIFF 2015 announces Romanian Days titles
The Treasure by Corneliu Porumboiu

Eight new Romanian features will vie for the awards in the Romanian Days sidebar of the Transilvania International Film Festival (29 May-7 June), while another five are to be shown out of competition. The 13 features are accompanied by as many as 18 short films, all to be screened between 4 and 6 June, when the festival will welcome hundreds of foreign guests to the city of Cluj-Napoca.

Corneliu Porumboiu’s The Treasure [+see also:
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is coming to the TIFF only days after competing in the Un Certain Regard sidebar at Cannes. The eagerly awaited feature, which is set for a domestic release on the first day of the festival, is the star of a very eclectic selection that includes the first Romanian found-footage thriller, Be My Cat: A Film for Anne [+see also:
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by Adrian Ţofei; the ultra-independent first feature The World Is Mine by Nicolae Constantin Tănase; Bondoc, a documentary by Mihai Mincan, Cristian Delcea and Mihai Voinea; and Ana Lungu’s Self-Portrait of a Dutiful Daughter [+see also:
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, a Mandragora independent production that debuted at the Rotterdam IFF.

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Alexander Nanau’s documentary Toto and His Sisters [+see also:
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, the winner of several international awards, is also screening in the Romanian Days competition, together with Răzvan Georgescu’s documentary Trading Germans [+see also:
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and the independent feature Bucharesti Non Stop [+see also:
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, directed by Dan Chişu.

Finally, Tudor Giurgiu’s Why Me? [+see also:
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(shown in the Berlinale’s Panorama Special), Radu Jude’s Aferim! [+see also:
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(the winner of the Silver Bear for Best Director), Radu Muntean’s psychological drama One Floor Below [+see also:
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, and the documentaries Aliyah DaDa [+see also:
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by Oana Giurgiu and Station #15033 by Iulia Matei will be screened out of competition. 

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