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Transilvania 2018

Review: Soldiers. Story from Ferentari

Review: Soldiers. Story from Ferentari

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2017: Ivana Mladenovic breaks new ground in Romanian cinema, where LGBT topics are almost non-existent  

28/09/2017 | San Sebastián 2017 | Competition

Constantin Popescu  • Director

Interview: Constantin Popescu • Director

“It wouldn’t hurt if filmmakers received more support from the authorities”

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2017: We met up with Romanian director Constantin Popescu, whose third feature, Pororoca, is a rare Romanian psychological thriller  

26/09/2017 | San Sebastián 2017 | Competition

Review: Pororoca

Review: Pororoca

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2017: Constantin Popescu packs a punch in his story about how loss turns into obsession  

26/09/2017 | San Sebastián 2017 | Competition

Daniel Sandu  • Director of One Step Behind the Seraphim

Interview: Daniel Sandu • Director of One Step Behind the Seraphim

"We run on fumes. We breathe in aerosols and breathe out films"

First time director Daniel Sandu explains to Cineuropa the peculiarities of his feature One Step Behind the Seraphim  

15/09/2017

Review: One Step Behind the Seraphim

Review: One Step Behind the Seraphim

Daniel Sandu explores a compelling, peculiar and unnerving world that comments on what it takes to become a priest in Romania  

15/09/2017 | Films | Romania

Matan Yair  • Director

Interview: Matan Yair • Director

“Asher gave me the inspiration”

Cineuropa caught up with Israeli filmmaker Matan Yair to talk about his debut film, Scaffolding  

08/09/2017 | Toronto 2017 | Discovery

Samuel Maoz  • Director

Interview: Samuel Maoz • Director

“The foxtrot is the dance of a man with his fate”

VENICE 2017: Cineuropa spoke to Israeli director Samuel Maoz about the origins and themes of his new effort, Foxtrot  

06/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Foxtrot: Square dances in round holes

Foxtrot: Square dances in round holes

VENICE 2017: Samuel Maoz’s new movie tells three stories preoccupied with young Israeli conscripts, the Holocaust and the country’s uneasy relationship with its neighbours  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Emanuel Pârvu  • Director

Interview: Emanuel Pârvu • Director

“There are many shades of the Romanian grey”

We talked to Emanuel Pârvu, who explores the challenges in rural Romania with his first feature, Meda or the Not So Bright Side of Things  

21/08/2017 | Sarajevo 2017 | Competition

Review: Meda or the Not So Bright Side of Things

Review: Meda or the Not So Bright Side of Things

Romanian director Emanuel Pârvu's first feature is a gloomy story directed with complete control  

17/08/2017 | Sarajevo 2017 | Competition