Over 80 independent films, documentaries and alternative productions will be showcased as part of the Romania International Film Festival (RO-IFF), between October 1 and 10.
The films will be screened at several cinemas across Bucharest: Scala, Eforie, Corso and Muzeul Taranului Roman (the Romanian Peasant’s Museum). Entrance throughout the festival is free of charge.
RO-IFF, the Romania International Film Festival, began in 2005 and focuses on the film industry of the Black Sea region (Russia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece and Romania).
Since 2009, it has had a special Women in Cinema section. As previously announced, RO-IFF will also feature two concerts, ABBA Generation on October 3, at Sala Palatului, and Oscar-winning composer Nicola Piovani, on October 9, at Sala Radio.