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878 articles available in total starting from 23/03/2010. Last article published on 25/06/2024.

Gabi Virginia Şarga and Cătălin Rotaru • Directors of Where Elephants Go

Interview: Gabi Virginia Şarga and Cătălin Rotaru • Directors of Where Elephants Go

“We wanted to make viewers face up to their own stories and to question the meaning and reality of their own fiction”

We talked with the directorial duo behind the story born from depression but showing a friendlier Bucharest  

25/06 | Transilvania 2024

Review: Horia

Review: Horia

Ana-Maria Comănescu’s coming-of-age drama talks about how we are sometimes obsessed with the finish line and ignore the small steps necessary to get there  

25/06 | Transilvania 2024

Ana-Maria Comănescu • Director of Horia

Interview: Ana-Maria Comănescu • Director of Horia

“As a debut filmmaker, you feel you’re expected to perform very highly, whilst also making plenty of compromises”

We chatted with the Romanian director who is determined to breathe a breath of fresh air to her country's cinema with her first feature film  

24/06 | Transilvania 2024

Girls Will Be Girls wins the top award at Transilvania

Girls Will Be Girls wins the top award at Transilvania

Shuchi Talati’s Indian-French-US-Norwegian co-production has scooped the Transilvania Trophy, while Horia Cucută and George ve Ganæaard's Dismissed won the Romanian Days Award  

24/06 | Transilvania 2024 | Awards

Review: Where Elephants Go

Review: Where Elephants Go

Whimsical, funny and touching, Romanian directorial duo Gabi Virginia Şarga and Cătălin Rotaru’s film nevertheless doesn’t shy away from difficult topics  

20/06 | Transilvania 2024

Tudor Giurgiu’s Freedom sweeps the 2024 Gopos

Tudor Giurgiu’s Freedom sweeps the 2024 Gopos

For the first time in the almost 20-year history of the gala, two films ended up tying for the Best Screenplay Award  

30/04 | Festivals | Awards | Romania

Emanuel Pârvu’s Three Kilometres to the End of the World to be screened in the Cannes competition

Emanuel Pârvu’s Three Kilometres to the End of the World to be screened in the Cannes competition

A rare Romanian LGBTQ film, the drama starring Ciprian Chiujdea, Bogdan Dumitrache and Laura Vasiliuthe shows how a family is destroyed by homophobia  

23/04 | Production | Funding | Romania

Andrei Cohn • Director of Holy Week

Interview: Andrei Cohn • Director of Holy Week

“My main character is pushed into a place where he becomes unable to distinguish between real and imaginary threats”

BERLINALE 2024: The director’s third picture, a loose adaptation of a novella by Ion Luca Caragiale, explores antisemitism in a Romanian village circa 1900  

22/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Review: Holy Week

Review: Holy Week

BERLINALE 2024: Andrei Cohn’s period drama dissects the cycle of violence through the story of a Jewish innkeeper in the Romanian countryside  

20/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Ion Borş’s Carbon wins big at the second Moldovan Filmmakers’ Union Gala

Ion Borş’s Carbon wins big at the second Moldovan Filmmakers’ Union Gala

Anatol Durbală’s Varvara and Ioane Bobeica’s Thunders also emerged as laureates at the ceremony  

07/02 | Festivals | Awards | Moldova

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