National Peasant Museum in Bucharst will host Nomad International Film Festival next week, June 9-14. The museum’s garden will turn into a real open-air cinema, offering an 80-sqm screen, hundreds of seats and performing screening equipment.
Six movies will be screened for the cinemagoers each night starting 21:30, for free. The festival kicks off on Tuesday, June 9 with “Aferim!” by Radu Jude. “Trading Germans” by Razvan Georgescu is scheduled Wednesday, June 10, while “I’m yours” by Iram Haq is due on June 11.
“The train of life” directed by Radu Mihaileanu will go on June 12, while Saturday is reserved for “Toto and his sisters” by Alexander Nanau. The festival ends on Sunday, June 14 with “Birds Way” documentary (Klara Trencsenyi, Vlad Naumescu).
Besides, the audience will have the opportunity to see two different short films every night.
The festivals’ partners-The Hellenic Union in Romania, Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Center, the Czech Center and the Polish Institute- will display at the event’s location traditional icon, folk costumes and adornments, as well as photo exhibitions, photo and reading corners.