“It’s Hard Being Loved by Jerks” to be screened at BIFF
“It’s Hard Being Loved by Jerks” / “C’est dur d’etre aimé par des cons” documentary will be displayed at the Bucharest International Film Festival (BIFF), “in the name of humor and in the memory of those killed” in January 2015, at Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine headquarters in Paris.
The event organizers announce six new titles, aimed to draw the moviegoers’ interest at the Bucharest International Film Festival, which will take place on April 20 to 26, according to a press release quoted by Mediafax.
The documentary titled “The Look of Silence”, directed by Joshua Oppenheimer, will be presented at the Bucharest International Film Festival. Awarded at the Venice Festival with the Grand Jury Prize, “The Look of Silence” continues the author’s foray into the causes and effects of the genocide in Indonesia, which debuted in 1965.
Another documentary-event, “The Network”, directed by Claudiu Mitcu, after an investigation by Vlad Mixich, will be screened on April 21 at Cinema Studio, in premiere in the presence of the team. The documentary follows the path of cytostatics – absent from the domestic market – in one of the oldest pharmacies in Vienna to patients in Romania. An excerpt from “The Network” was presented at the European Parliament in January.
The new screening after Thomas Hardy “Far from the madding crowd” by Thomas Vinterberg, starring Juno Temple, Carey Mulligan, Michael Sheen and Matthias Schoenaerts will be presented in Bucharest in preview, with the help of Cineplex Odeon distributor.
The yougest spectators – but not only them – will enjoy the latest film by Isao Takahata, “The Story of Princess Kaguya”, nominated for Oscar in 2015 for the best animated feature film and displayed at the festival with the help of Independenta Film distributor.
The 11th edition of Bucharest International Film Festival will take place from April 20 to 26 at Cinema Studio, Cinema Elvira Popescu and Control Club.