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Romanian Films in the Competition of the Sarajevo Film Festival 2019

     Mo (directed by Radu Dragomir) and Heidi (directed by Cătălin Mitulescu) will have the international premiere in the official competition of the Sarajevo International Film Festival, which takes place from August 16 to 23, 2019. The same section will also include the world premiere of the film Sin/The Son, directed by Ines Tanović, a Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Romania, Montenegro co-production.
     In the documentary competition, the following films are included: Palace for the People/Dvorcite na naroda, directed by Boris Missirkov, Georgi Bogdanov (Bulgaria, Romania, Germany, 2018, 79 min.) and The Soviet Garden / Grădina sovietică, directed by Dragoș Turea (Moldova, Romania, 2019, 76 min.).
The last Trip to the Seaside / Ultimul drum spre mare (directed by Adi Voicu, Romania, 2019, 12 min.) has the regional premiere in the short film competition, while  the films God the Mother / Dumnezeu mama (directed by Mihai Ghiță, Romania, 2019, 19 min.) and How to Fly a Kite / cum înalți un smeu? directed by Loránd Gábor, Romania, 2018, 27 min.) are part of the Best Student Film program.
     Among the nine projects selected for the CineLink Co-Production Market, Emanuel Pârvu`s project, Trust/Încredere (Romania, producer Miruna Berescu) was also selected, together with the co-production Mignon (Greece, Romania; directed by Sofia Georgovassili; producers: Vasilis Chrysanthopoulos, Irina Andreea Malcea). The Romanian participants of the Talents Sarajevo program are: Akbari Tourialay (acting), Mihai Ghiță (directing), Ioana Turcan (cinematography) and Călin Boto (film critic).

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