47 film productions on screen at Divan Film Festival in Dolj, Romania

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Filmmakers from Russia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Turkey, Cyprus and Romania features  47 films between August 19 to August 26 in The Divan Film Festival on the Danube shore in the port town Cetate, Dolj.

For this third edition of the festival, several special guess will attend the event: the Romanian directors Nae Caranfil and Mihai Sofronea, Romanian film critic Mihai Fulger, as well as Serghei Lavrientev, Russian film critic, Maksim Pavlov, Deputy Director of Russian Film Museum from Moscow, Ivan Forgacs, Hungarian film critic and director Ivana Mladenovic, who will present the “Turn off the Lights” documentary.

Divan of Tasters, Film and Culinary Art festival is organized by the Foundation for Poetry “Mircea Dinescu”, supported by the National Center of Cinematography, Dolj County Council and City Hall Dolj. Below is the program of the “Divan Film Festival”:

Monday, August 20

21:00 – Tigrul alb/ Belîi tigr/ White Tiger (2012,Russia), Director: Karen Şahnazarov – international premiere

23:00 – jazz concert Luiza Zan Trio

 

Tuesday, August 21

10:00 – Turn off the Lights (2012,Romania), Director: Ivana Mladenović

11:30 – shortsup movies

16:00 – Pavilionul nr. 6/ Paviljon VI/ Ward No. 6 (1978,Yugoslavia), Director: Lucian Pintilie

21:00 – Toată lumea din familia noastră/ Everybody in Our Family (2012, Romania-Holland), Director: Radu Jude

 

Wednesday, August 22

10:00 – International Symposium “Escape from the Balkans” (I)

16:00 – Punk-ul n-a murit/ Pankot ne e mrtov/ Punk’s Not Dead (2011,Macedonia), Director: Vladimir Blaževski

19:30 – Culinary show Uti Băcivarov (Bulgaria)

21:00 – Adăpost/ Podslon/ Shelter (2010,Bulgaria), Director: Dragomir Şolev

 

Thursday, August 23

11:00 – Robinson Crusoe/ Il racconto della giungla (1974, Romania- Italia), Director: Victor Antonescu

21:00 – Fluturoaica/ Leptirica/ The She-Butterfly (1973,Yugoslavia), Director: Djordje Kadicević

22:30 – concert Marius Mihalache Band

 

Friday, August 24

10:00 – International Symposium “Escape from the Balkans” (II)

11:00 – Berin Tuzlić cartoons (Bosnia Herzegovina)

16:00 – Viu/ Gjallë/ Alive! (2009, Albania- Austria- France), Director: Artan Minarolli

21:00 – Frumuseţea păcatului/ Lepota poroka/ The Beauty of Sin (1988,Yugoslavia), Director: Živko Nikolic

 

Saturday, August 25

11:00 – shortsup movies

16:00 – Fish n` Chips (2011, Cyprus- Greece), Director: Elias Demetriou

21:00 – Vampirul local/ Lokalni vampir/ The Local Vampire (2011,Montenegro), Director: Branko Baletić

23:00 – Mambo Siria concert / official closing ceremony

More details of the event can be found on the official site, information available only  in Romanian.

Oana Vasiliu

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