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Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival kicked off last night at the Farmers' Museum Cinema, with the screening of the latest feature directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky, Endless Poetry. Copel Moscu, Festival's manager, and Adina Pintilie, artistic director, are working together with the most important experimental film festivals and they are bringing forth a lot of proposals for film lovers and for young filmmakers who are willing to experiment. This year's edition, carried out under the theme You Are Another Me will screen three Romanian films: I made You, I Kill You, made by Alexandru Bădeliță, Sisyphus 2.0., made by Luiza Pârvu and Toma Peiu, and The Story of Little Hans, made by Daniel Djamo.
The closing gala will bring the screening of Manifesto, an experimental film by artist Julian Rosefeldt, in which Cate Blanchett plays 13 roles. Most of the screenings included in the programme of BIEFF, and held at the Farmers' Museum Cinema and at Cinema Elvira Popescu, are already sold out.
Details at: bieff.ro