34 TIFF movies touring the country

The Caravan of TIFF Films is hitting the road for the sixth year in a row, bringing 34 of the films screened at Transylvania International Film Festival (TIFF) to 16 cities in Romania during July-September.

The first stop is in Oradea during July 17-19, then in Carei (July 20-22), Deva (July 24-26), Satu Mare (August 3-5), Alexandria (August 7-9), Timisoara (August 6-12), Tarnaveni (August 17-19), Galati (August 20-23), Bacau (August 28-30).

For cities like Craiova, Sfantu Gheorghe, Piatra-Neamt, Iasi, Constanta, Cluj-Napoca and Baia Mare the schedule has not been set yet.

The program includes TIFF movies that were top of the form: “The Fire/ El Incendio (2015) by Juan Schnitan awarded Transylvania trophy, “About men and sheep/Hrutar (2015) directed by Grímur Hákonarson, awarded the jury’s special prize, “The Lesson” (2014) by Petar Valchanov and Kristina Grozeva, awarded for direction, next to some delicious comedies such as “Wild Tales/ Relatos salvajes” (2014) by de Grímur Hákonarson, nominated for Oscars and “The Stag” (2013) by John Butler.

Three Oscar competitors this year will also be screened: “Birdman” (2014) by de Alejandro González Iñárritu, the TIFF great winner, “The Imitation Game” (2014) by Morten Tyldum and “The Theory of Everything” (2014) by James Marsh.

Romanian recent awarded movies will not miss the show either: “The Treasure” by Corneliu Porumboiu, awarded Un Certain Talent prize at Cannes, “Aferim” by Radu Jude, winner of the Silver Bear for direction at Berlin Festival, “Why me?” by Tudor Giurgiu, inspired by the life of young prosecutor Cristian Panait, awarded documentary “Toto and his sisters” by Alexander Nanau and “Q.E.D” by Andrei Gruzsniczki, nominated for 17 Gopo trophies.

“Youtube Bazaar” by Dan Chisu, “America, here we come!” by Razvan Savescu and “Selfie” by Cristina Iacob will also be screened in the open air.

The attendance is free.

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