Romanian Days Lineup at Transilvania IFF

2020-07-10 00:00:00

Romanian producers and directors will present their films on Romania’s biggest film gathering, the Transilvania International Film Festival (31 July-9 August, Cluj-Napoca). TIFF is richer than ever and will showcase 21 long and 16 short films, with seven world premieres and 16 national premieres. 

The list of the 11 selected feature films includes Malmkrog by Cristi PuiuMarona’s Fantastic Tale by Anca DamianUppercase Print by Radu Jude and Ivana the Terrible by Ivana Mladenovic. Among the 10 long documentaries selected by the artistic director of the festival Mihai Chirilov are Collective by Alexander Nanau and Acasă, My Home by Radu Ciorniciuc.

Full list: 

Feature Films

Malmkrog by Cristi Puiu

Uppercase Print by Radu Jude

5 Minutes Too Late by Dan Chișu

And They May Be Still Alive Today by Tudor Cristian Jurgiu

Begin by Răzvan Săvescu

Ivana the Terrible by Ivana Mladenović

Urma by Dorian Boguță

Cărturan by Liviu Săndulescu

Marona’s Fantastic Tale by Anca Damian

Well… What Is Freedom, Then? by Andrei Zincă

The Cardinal by Nicolae Margineanu


Acasă, My Home by Radu Ciorniciuc

The Bucharest Delta by Eva Pervolovici

Lemn / Wood by Monica Lăzurean Gorgan, Michaela Kirst, Ebba Sinzinger

collective by Alexander Nanau

Everything Will Not Be Fine by Adrian Pârvu și Helena Maksyom

House of Dolls by Tudor Platon

Teach by Alex Brendea

Please Hold the Line by Pavel Cuzuioc

Siberia din oase by Leontina Vătăman-Mărgineanu

The Soviet Garden by Dragoș Turea

Short Films:

Contraindications by Lucia Chicos

He Loves My Eyes by Enxhi Rista

These Days by Andrei Crețulescu

The Death and the Knight by Radu Gaciu

Basmofilia by Tudor Cristian Jurgiu

My Moon by Claudiu Mitcu

Sașa and Petre by Luca Istodor

Zimnicea by Bogdan Naumovici

Sorrow by Sarra Tsorakidis

Flunking by George Gänæaard

Romance by Mihai Mincan

All for Riana by Mihai Dragolea

Laila by Raya Al Souliman

Forgiving Ticket by Alina Șerban

What the Hell Should I Write About? by Matei Monoranu

Bucharest Seen From Above by Andrei Răuțu





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