Movies from Georgia, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Romania and Slovenia have been selected for the third edition of Dracula Film Festival due in Brasov October 7-11.
“JeruZalem” (2015, Israel), by Doron Paz and Yoav Paz, “Be My Cat: A film for Anne” (2015, Romania), by Adrian Tofei, “Landmine Goes Click” (2015, Georgia), by Levan Bakhia, “Idyll” (2015, Slovenia), by Tomaz Gorkic, “Liza, The Fox-Fairy” (2015, Hungary), by Károly Ujj Mészáros, and “The Perfect Husband” (2014, Italy) by de Lucas Pavetto, will race for the feature film competition. The screenings are scheduled at Sica Alexandrescu Theatre, Patria and One cinemas and at Patria Hall, Brasov.
The jury of the feature film section consists of Simon Boswell, film music composer and BAFTA nominee, artist Alexandru Ciubotariu and film critic Emanuel Lazarescu.
Dracula Film Festival is a competition comprising horror, SF, supernatural, thriller or fantasy movies, all grouped in three sections: international feature films, international short films and Romania short films.
The festival is held in Brasov each year in October, being organized by Fanzin Cultural Association.