Cannes 2015: Romanian short awarded “Canal+” prize

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“Ramona” short directed by Romanian Andrei Cretulescu, selected for the official competition of Semaine de la Critique section within Cannes International Film Festival, received the “Canal+” award on Thursday.

Semaine de la Critique is a parallel section of Cannes, set up in 1962, which is focused on directors at the beginning of their careers.

“Canal +” prize is granted to a single short in the section by the team of the prestigious TV channel. “Ramona’ will be broadcast on Canal + Tv.

Violent and lacking dialogues, “Ramona” is actually ending Cretulescu’s trilogy started with “Bad Penny” (2013) and “Kowalski” (2014), starring the same actors. “Ramona” is a totally 100 pc independent short, produced by Andrei Cre?ulescu (Kinosseur), Radu Stancu (deFilm) ?i Claudiu Mitcu (We Are Basca), with co-producers Dan Chisu (DaKino) and Eugen Kelemen (Digital Cube).

Andrei Cretulescu also produced the first season of “In deriva/ Adrift” series for HBO Romania.

Read also why famous Romanian model and actress Madalina Ghenea was in vogue on Cannes’ red carpet:

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