Short films presented at the Romanian competition of Anim’est International Film Festival in 2014 will be screened next Thursday, February 12, 2015, at 19:00, at the Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) in Bucharest, at the Film Evening. The screening of the latest local productions, totaling 66 minutes will be followed by a Q & A session to be attended by special guests Vlad Ilicevici, executive director at Anim’est and Paul Mureşan, director.

The 18 Romanian short films that will be screened at ICR are:
1.    Lumen Ambrosia – Romania 2014, 3’32, director: Adrian Manolescu
2.   Bread – Romania 2014, 2’30, director: Ana-Maria Lemnaru
3.    Corpo / Bodies – Romania 2013, 1’48, director: Klara Balazs
4.    The Space Boy and Space Dog – Romania 2014, 1’10, director: Andrei Nicolae
5.    Cum s-a inventat… / How it was invented – Romania 2014, 1’14, director: Valeriu Căliman
6.    Get Happy or Get Out – Romania 2013, 3’15, director: Andreia Dobrotă
7.    Copilul cel sărac şi şarpele / The Poor Boy and the Snake / A szegénylegény és a kígyó  – Romania 2013, 1’34, director: Búzás Anna
8.    Povestea drumului / Story of the Road – Romania 2013, 3’10, director: Nina Mihăilă
9.    Pui de somn / Baby Nap – Romania 2014, 5’22, director: Paul Mureşan
10.    Robot Love – Romania 2013, 10’20, director: Codrin Iftodi
11.    Lepkegyűjtő / The Butterfly Collector / Colecţionarul de fluturi – Romania 2014, 4’46, director: Nagy Orsolya
12.    Scindare / Splitting (up) – Romania 2014, 3’18, director: Cristina Crişu
13.    Chi-ken – Romania-UK 2014, 2’53, director: Andrei Sopon
14.   Lucky – Romania 2014, 5’00 – director: Alexandra Botău
15.    Lupul argintiu/ The Silver Wolf  – Romania 2013, 3’, director: Daniel Djamo
16.    Cum s-a făcut lumea /How the World Was Made – Romania 2013, 8’24, director: Maria Brudaşcă
17.    Viu / Alive – Romania 2014, 3’, director: Laurenţiu Popa
18.    The Never Presence – Romania 2014, 2’01, director: Mircea Purdea

Anim’est International Festival is the largest festival of animated film in the country and one of the most important events of the genre in Europe. Access to the screening of February 12 at the Romanian Cultural Institute (38 Alexandru Alley, Bucharest) is free, in the limit of available seats.