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Ştefan Dobroiu


678 articles available in total starting from 23/03/2010. Last article published on 08/04/2020.

Ada Solomon  • Producer

Interview: Ada Solomon • Producer

“If we look too far into the distance, we risk falling into the hole at our feet”

Ada Solomon, one of Romania’s leading producers, who recently released Ivana the Terrible in her home country, shares her hopes and concerns regarding the future of the national film industry  

08/04 | Romania/Serbia

160 Romanian filmmakers appeal to local institutions for adequate measures during the crisis

160 Romanian filmmakers appeal to local institutions for adequate measures during the crisis

Hasty decisions by a National Film Center that seems to have gone into hiding have caused quite a stir in the local film industry  

03/04 | Institutions | Legislation | Romania

Series review: Unorthodox

Series review: Unorthodox

Maria Schrader tells the compelling story of a young woman in a Hasidic community fighting for her liberation  

27/03 | Television | Germany

The 24th Sofia International Film Festival postponed until further notice

The 24th Sofia International Film Festival postponed until further notice

This year’s edition of the Bulgarian gathering had been due to kick off on 12 March  

10/03 | Sofia 2020

Review: Legacy

Review: Legacy

Dorian Boguţă releases one of the very few Romanian thrillers, which explores the aftermath of the disappearance of a famous piano player  

06/03 | Films | Reviews | Romania

Sofia Meetings announces a host of projects for its 17th edition

Sofia Meetings announces a host of projects for its 17th edition

Almost 40 projects will be pitched and discussed during the industry event, which will take place from 18 to 22 March  

03/03 | Sofia 2020 | Sofia Meetings

Adrian Cioflâncă  • Co-director of The Exit of the Trains

Interview: Adrian Cioflâncă • Co-director of The Exit of the Trains

“The film’s long running time is a humble form of respect”

BERLINALE 2020: The Exit of the Trains, a harrowing documentary essay about the killing of thousands of Jews in 1941, has screened in Forum, and we spoke to one of its co-directors, Adrian Cioflâncă  

27/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Forum

Review: The Exit of the Trains

Review: The Exit of the Trains

BERLINALE 2020: Radu Jude and Adrian Cioflâncă’s documentary essay is a necessary and efficient account of the Romanian Holocaust  

26/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Forum

Series review: Ragnarok

Series review: Ragnarok

The Danish miniseries combines an environmental message with Norse mythology and superhero adventures  

31/01 | Television | Denmark

Review: Acasă - My Home

Review: Acasă - My Home

Radu Ciorniciuc’s documentary challenges our preconceptions about home and family  

27/01 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Documentary Competition