NexT Film Festival present in 10 cities from Romania

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The NexT International Short Film Festival, one of the the big festivals from Romania dedicated to new and innovative cinema directors who create short and medium-sized films, will be present this summer in 10 cities from Romania.

Between July 30 and August 23, parks, public gardens, green lawns by the river or at the feet of mountains will become open-air cinemas for two nights in each city. A selection of 24 of the best shorts awarded this year at the festival, which celebrated its 10th anniversary edition back in April, in Bucharest, will be screened in:

Piatra Neamț (30 – 31 July, Tineretului Pool)
Iași (2 – 3 August, Palas Park)
Vatra Dornei (5 – 6 August, Municipal Park)
Cluj-Napoca (8 – 9 August, Iulius Park)
Brașov (11 – 12 August, the Alley under Tâmpa)
Sfântu Gheorghe (13 – 14 August, Elisabeta Park)
Sinaia (15 – 16 August, Dimitrie Ghica Park)
Timișoara (17 – 18 August)
Arad (19 – 20 August, Eminescu Park)
Oradea (22 – 23 August, the Park of Cetatea Oradea)

NexT Romanian Shorts will present the best Romanian short films awarded at the festival and NexT Out in Space is dedicated to Sci-fi shorts. Oscars Night will bring all short films selected for an Academy Award for Best Short Fiction Film in 2016, while Best of NexT is a selection of the most popular and successful films awarded at the festival.

Georgiana Bendre

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