The Second Edition of “The White Night of Romanian Films” will take place on the 16th of September.
After a successful first edition in 2010, when approx. 7000 people attended the screenings, the organizers decided to extend the event to three more cities, beside Bucharest. Therefore, this year, “The White Night of Romanian Film” will take place in Bucharest, Iasi, Cluj-Napoca and Timisoara, on the same night.
The event aims to offer the audience the possibility to spend one night viewing Romanian films of all genres, created by Romanian cinematographers of all ages.
In Bucharest there will be 9 screening locations, in Cluj-Napoca two as Iasi and Timisoara will have one screening location each.
The program will contain films like Aurora (d. Cristi Puiu), The Bear (d. Dan Chisu), Morgen (d. Marian Crişan), If I want to whistle, I whistle (d. Florin Şerban), First of all, Felicia (d. Răzvan Rădulescu, Melissa de Raaf) or California dreamin’(endless) (d. Cristian Nemescu) and The Concert (d. Radu Mihăileanu).
The screenings will also include a selection of the most original Romanian documentaries and short films of 2011 but also classical Romanian movies.
“The White Night of Romanian Films” is organized by the Romanian Film Promotion Association and supported by Romanian National Cinema Centre.