The New Cinema of the Romanian director has announced its future programme for Business Review readers. Most of these projections are either in English/French, or have subtitles in these languages.
Ginger Group documentaries:
August 3, starting at 21:30, “Holy Wars” (2010), directed by: Stephen Marshall
August 17, starting at 21:30, “You don’t like the truth – 4 days inside Guantànamo” (2010), directed by: Luc Coté, Patricio Henriquez
August 31, starting at 21:30, “The Sun Beyond The Clouds: Tinet’s Struggle for Freedom” (2009), directed by: Ritu Sarin, Tenzing Sonam (79 min.); “The Palestinian life” (2009), directed by: Philip Rizk (29 min.)
Goethe Institut, projections directed by Wim Wenders
August 2, ora 19:00: “Paris, Texas”, guest: Irina Margareta Nistor
September 6, “Lisbon Story”, guest: Ada Solomon
October 4, “Fratii Skladanowsky/ Die Gebruder Skladanowsky”, guest: Andrei Rus
November 1, “Sa nu bati la usa mea/ Don’t come knocking on my door”, guest: Andrei Cretulescu
December 6, “Tokyo-Ga” (documentary), guest: Andrei Gorzo
August 23-28 – “Anonimul” Film Festival projections
For the future, two premieres are prepared exclusively for the New Cinema of the Romanian Director:
– “Mierea/ Bal/ Honey” by Semih Kaplanoglu, which received the Gold Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2010
– “Submarine/ Submarino /The Submarine” by Thomas Vinterberg; film with image workshops and a DJ performance.
The New Cinema of the Romanian Director is located within the Romanian Peasant Museum, on Kiseleff 3. Nearest subway station: Piata Victoriei.
Picture courtesy of the New Cinema of the Romanian Director.