The White Night of the Romanian Film @ Make a Point
Because culture is better digested at night, we invite you on Friday, 16th of September, starting at 19.00, at the Night of Romanian Film.
From the center of Bucharest to Pantelimon: 1 night, 10 locations, 40 movies.
On September 16th. Bucharest sees Romanian films. In one night, in 10 venues – cinema halls, parks or unconventional venues, viewers will be able to watch no fewer than 40 fiction films and long and short documentaries in special screenings or previews.
The White Night of the Romanian Film will take place at the Cinema Museum, Elvire Popesco Cinema, the Arts Center Cultural Center, Titan Park (Art Park), Crângaşi Park, J’ai Bistrot, Deschis Gastrobar, Unteatru, Make a Point and Alternative Education Club (Ferentari).
Those who want to (re) see the beginnings of the New Romanian Cinema have in the program four films that are a decade after their release, in the 10th anniversary of the premiere, at Make a Point and the Cinema Museum: The paper will be blue (Radu Radu Muntean), How did I spend the end of the world (Cătălin Mitulescu) Was or was not it? (Corneliu Porumboiu).
The entrance is free at all projections and the films are subtitled in English. http://bit.ly/2c2PPbn
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Make a Point tries to air the center and facilitate cultural events on the outskirts, in neighborhoods and blocks, in abandoned buildings, in factories and factories or other cemeteries of this sort.
By organizing exhibitions, shows, film screenings and workshops, Make a Point remains a space dedicated to exhibiting works and messages by contemporary creators.