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Ştefan Dobroiu

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830 articles available in total starting from 23/03/2010. Last article published on 07/10/2022.

The 29th edition of the Astra Film Festival is poised to kick off

The 29th edition of the Astra Film Festival is poised to kick off

Romania’s longest-running film gathering brings more than 100 documentaries to its Sibiu audience this year  

07/10 | Astra 2022

Cătălin Rotaru and Gabi Virgina Şarga in pre-production with Where Elephants Go

Cătălin Rotaru and Gabi Virgina Şarga in pre-production with Where Elephants Go

The comedy-drama by the Romanian directorial duo centres on a girl suffering from cancer and the energies that gather around her  

04/10 | Production | Funding | Romania

Zornitsa Sophia • Director of Mother

Interview: Zornitsa Sophia • Director of Mother

“What inspires me is the way they turned their trauma into triumph”

We talked to the Bulgarian director about her new film, the inspiration for her story, gratitude and urging the audience to do good  

29/09 | Golden Rose 2022

Review: Mother

Review: Mother

Zornitsa Sophia’s drama film focuses on a theatre director who is forced to reconsider her views on motherhood  

28/09 | Golden Rose 2022

Bogdan Mirică’s second feature, Boss, to be released domestically next spring

Bogdan Mirică’s second feature, Boss, to be released domestically next spring

After Dogs and the HBO series Shadows, the Romanian director reinforces his dedication to the thriller genre  

28/09 | Production | Funding | Romania/Luxembourg/Sweden

Petar Valchanov and Kristina Grozeva hunt for alien artefacts in Triumph

Petar Valchanov and Kristina Grozeva hunt for alien artefacts in Triumph

The drama set in the 1990s is the final chapter in the directors’ “newspaper clipping trilogy”, following The Lesson and Glory  

27/09 | Production | Funding | Bulgaria/Greece

Review: Carbon

Review: Carbon

First-time director Ion Borş uses an absurd approach to delve deep into the chaos of the Transnistria War  

22/09 | San Sebastián 2022 | New Directors

Andrei Cohn in post-production with period drama Gefilte Fish

Andrei Cohn in post-production with period drama Gefilte Fish

The film explores a conflict between a Jewish innkeeper and his Romanian servant at the beginning of the 20th century  

20/09 | Production | Funding | Romania/Switzerland/Turkey/France

Mihai Mincan  • Director of To the North

Interview: Mihai Mincan • Director of To the North

“I wanted to make a film about the fear one feels when one’s life is under another’s power”

VENICE 2022: The Romanian director spills the beans on his morally challenging first fiction feature, focusing on a stowaway who’s discovered on board a container ship sailing to America  

06/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Review: To the North

Review: To the North

VENICE 2022: Mihai Mincan’s fiction debut explores the terrible consequences of kindness  

05/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

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