Monday, January 15, 2018, on the occasion of celebrating the National Culture Day, three documentaries will be screened at the Romanian Peasant Museum; they are produced by DigiWorld, in partnership with the “Ținutul Buzăului” Geopark.
The Stone–Ținutul Buzăului
(42 min.) will have its big screen premiere at the Romanian Peasant Museum. The film tells the story of a few stone readers and stone carvers. (Producer: Digi World; directors: Adriana Oprea, Anca Grădinariu
and Iulian Pană, 2017). After the screening the directors will join the q&a session.
The Fire–Ținutul Buzăului
(35 min.) is inspired by the living fires of Lopătari, a spectacular natural phenomenon which is specific to this area. The main character of this documentary is the 85 years old blacksmith Titi Stan, from Bozioru, who knows how to make an entire horse cart, from A to Z, in his small workshop (Producer: DigiWorld, director: Adriana Oprea, 2015)
The Wood–Ținutul Buzăului
(38 min.) is a documentary dedicated to a material that is part of the people`s life, from birth until death, it gives them shelter, it feeds them and it inspires them and more important, it brings them close to God through the wooden churches from the 18th and 19th centuries, true masterpieces of architecture and spirituality. (Producer: DigiWorld, directors: Andrei Dobrescu, Adriana Oprea, 2016)
The films will be screened at the Peasant Museum Cinema – Horia Bernea Studio, on Monday, January 15, 2018, starting with 7:00 p.m.
The event is organized by DigiWorld, in collaboration with the Romanian Peasant Museum and the “Ținutul Buzăului” Geopark.