European Film Festival: May 9-15 in Bucharest

The European Film Festival takes place between May 9 and 15, in Bucharest, and includes over 40 European films. This year’s edition is curated by Cătălin Olaru as artistic director.

The European Film Festival is organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute, with the support of the European Commission Representation in Romania and EUNIC Romania, in partnership with UCIN, embassies, centers and European cultural institutes.

Locations

  • Luceafărul Hall– Opening Gala on May 9
  • Cinema Elvire Popesco | May 9-15
  • Cinema Union | May 9-15
  • Cinemateca Eforie | May 11-12

Programme

May 9

Opening Gala – Luceafărul Hall

  • 19:00hrs – Blaga’s Lessons – directed by Stephan Komandarev / Bulgaria, Germany / 2023, 114’

May 10

Cinema Elvire Popesco

  • 18:00hrs – Working class goes to hell / Radnička klasa ide u pakao – d: Mladen Đorđević / Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Croatia, Romania / 2023, 127’
  • 20:30hrs – Bottlemen / Flašaroši – d: Nemanja Vojinović / Serbia, Slovenia / 2023, 83’ (doc.)

Cinemateca Union

  • 18:00hrs – Dida / Dyad / Diada – d: Yana Titova / Bulgaria / 2023, 89’
  • 20:00hrs –  Animal – d: Sofia Exarchou / Greece, Austria, Romania, Cyprus, Bulgaria / 2023, 116’

 May 11

Cinema Elvire Popesco

  •  16:00hrs – Summer to Come / Jövő nyár – d: György Mór Kárpáti / Hungary / 2022, 73’
  • 18:00hrs – El Paraíso – d. Enrico Maria Artale / Italy / 2023, 106’
  • 20:30hrs – How to have sex – d. Molly Manning Walker / UK / 2023, 88’

Cinema Union

  • 18:00hrs – Camping du lac – d: Eléonore Saintagnan / Belgium, France / 2023, 70’
  •  19:30hrs – Sex – d: Dag Johan Haugerud / Norway / 2024, 125’

Cinemateca Eforie

  • 16:00hrs – A Date In Minsk / Svidanie v Minskie – d. Nikita Lavretski / Belorussia / 2022, 88’ (doc.) (Q&A)
  • 18:30hrs – Direct Action – d: Guillaume Cailleau, Ben Russell / Germany, France/ 2024, 216’ (doc.)

The entire programme is available here.

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