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TRANSYLVANIE 2020

21 longs-métrages au programme des Romanian Days du Festival international de Transylvanie

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- La section parallèle de cette édition décalée de l’événement roumain proposera sa sélection de films la plus sauvage à ce jour

21 longs-métrages au programme des Romanian Days du Festival international de Transylvanie
And They May Still Be Alive Today de Tudor Cristian Jurgiu

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Usually, Romanian producers and directors would wait for an international festival to present their films to the world, but as the pandemic renders the physical editions of many public events extremely uncertain, this year, they have turned to Romania’s biggest film gathering, the Transilvania International Film Festival (31 July-9 August, Cluj-Napoca). The upshot of this is that the 2020 edition of the Romanian Days sidebar will present a record-breaking selection, with as many as 21 features (seven of them shown as world premieres) and 16 short films in the programme.

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The biggest highlight in the selection is without doubt Cristi Puiu’s Malmkrog [+lire aussi :
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(Romania/Serbia/Switzerland/Sweden/Bosnia and Herzegovina/North Macedonia), being screened in Romania for the first time after its world premiere at the Berlinale. Radu Jude’s Uppercase Print [+lire aussi :
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(Romania), also shown at the Berlinale, and Dan Chişu’s 5 Minutes Too Late [+lire aussi :
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(Romania), shown at Warsaw, will also meet the Romanian audiences at TIFF.

Seven of the 21 features are world premieres. Among them are Tudor Cristian Jurgiu’s And They May Still Be Alive Today (Romania/Greece), Radu Săvescu’s Beginning (Romania), Andrei Zincă’s So, What's Freedom? (Romania/USA) and Tudor Platon's House of Dolls [+lire aussi :
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(Romania).

Ten of the 21 titles are documentaries. Among the socially relevant docs at this edition are Radu Ciorniciuc’s Acasă - My Home [+lire aussi :
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(Romania), Alexander Nanau’s Collective [+lire aussi :
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(Romania/Luxembourg), Alexandru Brendea’s Teach [+lire aussi :
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(Romania), Adrian Pîrvu and Helena Maksyom’s Everything Will Not Be Fine (Romania), and Wood (Romania/Austria/Germany), a co-production about illegal deforestation directed by Monica Lăzurean Gorgan, Michaela Kirst and Ebba Sinzinger. Anca Damian’s Marona’s Fantastic Tale [+lire aussi :
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(Romania/France/Belgium) is the only domestic animated feature set to be shown at the 2020 edition of TIFF.

Ivana Mladenovic's Ivana the Terrible [+lire aussi :
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(Romania/Serbia), Liviu Săndulescu's Cărturan [+lire aussi :
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(Romania), Dorian Boguţă's Legacy [+lire aussi :
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(Romania), Nicolae Mărgineanu's The Cardinal (Romania), Eva Pervolovici's doc The Delta of Bucharest (Romania/France), Pavel Cuzuioc's Please Hold the Line [+lire aussi :
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(Austria), Dragoş Turea's The Soviet Garden [+lire aussi :
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(Romania/Moldova) and Leontina Vatamanu's Siberia in the Bones (Moldova) will also be screened in the Romanian Days sidebar.

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