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Docuart Caravan Bucharest: Free admission and award-winning documentaries, 15-16 June

  Docuart Caravan grants free admission to a selection of award-winning documentaries, at the Farmer Museum Cinema - Horia Bernea Hall, 15-16 June.

    After 3 months of screenings and 9 cities, Docuart is bringing to Bucharest Romanian documentaries, together with their directors and protagonists. The films were made over the last two years by young students and professionals alike. Part of them won awards at the Romanian Documentary Festival in 2016 - Bucharest Docuart Fest.
The screenings will start on Thursday, from 17, with two shorts:Farid Fairuz versus Mihai Mihalcea (DIRECTED BY Alex Pintică) and Capoeira, the Dance of Freedom (DIRECTED BY Rista Enxhi). From 17:45, two contrasting worlds are to be presented: that of a young misfit who loves electronic music in Proiecționistul/ The Projectionist (DIRECTED BY Norbert Fodor), UCIN Award 2016 for documentary short, and the life story of a Roma girl inAngela (DIRECTED BY Botond Pusok). From 19:30, 100 de movile/ 100 Risings will be screened (DIRECTED BY Max Ciorbă), a journey from jazz to hip-hop with Romanian musicians who reinterpret folklore.The last
 film of the day will be Holy Cow (DIRECTED BY Imam Hasanov), the European cow story perceived as a threat in a traditionalist village.
Friday has on schedule four fresh shorts: Perfection is Forever (DIRECTED BY Mara Trifu) - a Romania-Great Britain co-production, We Fly Again (DIRECTED BY Alexandru Vlad) –the unwritten story of some birds, Stories in Tea Cups (DIRECTED BY Mirona Radu), and 10:34 to Belgrade* (DIRECTED BY Ioana Grigore), a Romania-Serbia co-production. From 19:10, on the screening schedule will be Ultimul căldărar / The Last Cauldron Maker -a novel documentary work on a family from the village of Corcova, TIFF 2017 Debut Award. The Caravanwill wrap up with the film winner of the Big Trophy of Docuart Fest - Imagini din vis/ Dream Images (DIRECTED BY Sorin Luca), presenting Rodion Ladislau Roșca –the parent of electronic music during the communist era. Rodion will be present for talks and for a rare musical performance.Bucharest is the last city on the Caravan's route. Throughout this spring, Docuart brought 80 screeningsin 9 towns, a masterclass Cristian Tudor Popescu, an interactivedocumentary on depression, 39 Q&Asessions. The project is organised by Docuart Cultural Association for Romanian Documentary Film and represents an extension of the Bucharest Docuart Fest Film Festival. Docuart Caravan is co-funded by the National Filmmaking Centre (CNC) and the Administration of the National Cultural Fund (AFCN).
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Translation: Stela Moise

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