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“Dogs”, preview screenings in Bucharest, Iași, Cluj and Târgu Mureș

     Only one week left until the official premiere of one of the most awaited-for Romanian films of the year, the thriller Câini/Dogs, directed by Bogdan Mirică.
     On 23 September, the film will be released in theatres all over the country, and on the days before release, it may be viewed in preview screening in several towns, or at gala screenings with the crew attending in Bucharest Iași, Cluj or Târgu-Mureș.
     Bucharest-based viewers will have the opportunity to talk with the actors, with director Bogdan Mirică and with the film's crew at the Summer Theatre in Herăstrău on Thursday, 22 September, from 20.30. Dragoş BucurVlad Ivanov and Gheorghe VisuRaluca Aprodu, Emilian OpreaTeodor CorbanCostel Cașcaval will be among the stars to meet the audience at the event.
     Wednesday, 21 September, from 18.00 and 20.30, at Casa de Cultură a Studenților in Iași, actors Gheorghe Visu, Raluca Aprodu, Costel Cașcaval and Andrei Ciopec will tell Iași-based cinema lovers about their experiences during the shoot and at big festivals.
     Friday, 23 September, Gheorghe Visu will be the special guest of the evening in Târgu-Mureș. Dogs will be screened at TIFF Mureș, at Palatul Culturii, from 21.15. The crew of the film will be in attendance on Saturday, 24 September, at 20.00, and at Cinema Florin Piersic in Cluj, a city where the film has already gathered thousands of viewers and great acclaim at TIFF 2016, at four sold out screenings.
     In Bucharest, Dogs will have preview screenings on 21 and 22 September, at CineGlobe Titan, Cinema City Cotroceni, Cinema City MegaMall, Cinema City Park Lake, Cinema City Sun Plaza, Grand Cinema & More, Hollywood Multiplex, Movieplex, CinemaPro. Within the national Cinema City network, it will be screened in Cluj-Napoca, Timișoara (Cinema City - Shopping City), Ploiești (Cinema City - Shopping City), Târgu Mureș, Bacău, Brăila, as well as in movie theatres from Botoșani (CineGrand), Focșani (Happy Cinema), Piteşti (Cinema Trivale).
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