Movie lovers are welcomed to the fifth edition of Noaptea Albă a Filmului Românesc (the White Night of the Romanian Cinema) on Friday, September 19.
This year, the White Night is extremely attractive as it announces titles recently launched on the big screen, premieres, previews, comedies, dramas, fiction movies or documentaries.
Some of the most expected movies are: comedy of the year – America, venim! (America, here we come!) directed by Răzvan Săvescu, Kyra Kyralina (directed by Dan Pița) – adaptation after the novel written by famous Panait Istrati, preview of the Planșa, the debut of the young director Andrei Gheorghe (Olimpia Melinte, one of the main actors, was awarded this year at the Actors Union Award Gala in Spain).
The event includes four short movies, gathered under the name Scurt / 4: Istorii de inimă neagră, as different as exciting, addressing the same subject, that of the end: O lume nouă (A new world), directed by Luiza Pârvu in the United States, Trece şi prin perete (It can pass through the wall) by Radu Jude(rewarded with a Special Mention in the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs section at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014), Kowalski, the second short movie by Andrei Creţulescu and Să mori de dragoste rănită (Dying From a Wound of Love) by Iulia Rugină, which received the ZFR Award for short movies at TIFF (Transylvania International Film Festival) in 2014.
The movie screenings will take place at Cinema Studio, Cinema Patria, Cinema Elvire Popesco, CinemaPRO, National Museum of the Romanian Peasant: Horia Bernea Studio and the museum’s open air cinema, Dianei | 4 and J’ai Bistrot. The entrance is free.