The biggest open-air cinema in Romania will be opened in a park uptown Arad on Tuesday. Six awarded movies will be screened for six days, while the entrance is free.
According to Arad local officials, the highest screening equipment will be used on an inflatable 120-sqm screen. It will also be the only mobile 17,000-lumen projector in the country that will provide a high quality screening.
The movies will be screening starting 21:30. The first scheduled film is ”The Theory of everything”, directed by James Marsh. Starring Eddie Redmayne, the movie was awarded the Oscar for the best actor.
”Stockholm”, directed by Rodrigo Sorogoyen, also running, was awarded Goya prize for the best actor.
“The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared” directed by Felix Herngren was nominated at Audience Award la European Film Awards.
“Jimmy’s Hall” by Ken Loach was racing at Cannes Festival last year.
“Wild Tales” by Damian Szifron was 2015 Oscar nominee for the best foreign movie. Veit Helmer’s Fiddlesticks will also run.