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Cinematheque festCO & Romanian Film Caravan, from 29 May to 1 June

     For the fourth consecutive year, Cinematheque festCo & Romanian Film Caravan are organising Romanian film screenings, within the Romanian Comedy Festival – festCO.

     The 15th edition of FestCO is taking place from 27 May to 4 June 2017, reuniting two of the best Romanian performances set up last year, two performances from SUA and the Popular Republic of China (a famous troupe from the Peking Opera of Beijing), concerts, improvisation, one-man-shows, exhibitions and film screenings.
     Cinematheque festCo & Romanian Film Caravan will be held in the Pavilion of “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Park, from 29 May to 1 June, starting at 21.00. The comedies included in the Festival's programme are: Doar cu buletinul la Paris / In Paris with the ID Card (directed by  Șerban Marinescu), Nunta mută / Mute Wedding and Funeralii fericite / Happy Funerals (directed by Horaţiu Mălăele) and Tache (directed by Igor Cobileanski)
Admission to all screenings will be free of charge, within the limit of available seats.
     The Romanian Comedy Festival - festCO was set up in 2003 at the initiative of the director of the Comedy Theatre, actor George Mihăiţă. FestCO is targeting the promotion of the Romanian dramatic art.
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Programme of Cinematheque festCo & Romanian Film Caravan
“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Park
(the entrance from the crossroads of Baba Novac Street with Câmpia Libertăţii, at the Pavilion)
Monday, 29 May, at 21.00:
In Paris with the ID Card (directed by Șerban Marinescu)
Tuesday, 30 May, at 21.00:
Mute Wedding (directed by Horațiu Mălăele)
Wednesday, 31 May, at 21.00:
Happy Funerals (directed by Horațiu Mălăele)
Thursday, 1 June, at 21.00:
Tache (directed by Igor Cobileanski)

(Translated by Stela Moise)


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