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10th Bucharest IFF
28 March 2014
 
 
   
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This year, Bucharest International Film Festival celebrates, until the 2nd of April, its 10th edition with a program including recent big and indie films from all over the globe, older ones that left their mark and tributes to two important actors that passed away.

The festival opened with the Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film, The Great BeautyOn the Official Competition, the Australian docu-fiction 20.000 Days on Earth with Nick Cave will draw the artist’s fans into the dark auditorium. Two other anticipated films are the three-times awarded at Locarno FF Short Term 12 from the U.S. and In Bloom from Georgia, also a winner of three awards, at Sarajevo IFF


On the out-of-competition Panorama section, some of the most awarded films of the past two years, like the already cult A Field in England from UK with the Special Jury Prize from Karlovy Vary FF on its luggages, or Borgman from The Netherlands, already screened at Sarajevo, Athens and Toronto FF. Frances Ha, Noah Baumbach’s latest is another film screened on the Panorama section.

On the Special Projects section, Romanian actor Dan Nutu will be granted the Excellence Award for his entire career with a screen of Alexandru TatosRatacire from 1978 starring Nutu. Bucharest IFF is also remembering two recently deceased actors screening their most characteristic films, Magnolia with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Lawrence of Arabia with Peter O’Toole.


Completing the daily program, Venice Days Presents section is screening the Canadian C.R.A.Z.Y. from 2005, by Jean-Marc Vallée, director of Dallas Buyers Club.

This years Jury consist of Elena Christodoulidou – member of the European Film Academy, Stephen Locke - freelance journalist and film critic, Miroslav Momcilovic – director, scriptwriter, playwriter, Antonis Papadopoulos - Artistic Director of Drama ISFF, member of the European Film Academy, Constantin Popescu – director, Iulia Rugina – director.


See the full program here.
 
 
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  Constantin Popescu
  Miroslav Momcilovic
  Antonis Papadopoulos (III)
  Alexandru Tatos
  Iulia Rugina
  Dan Nutu
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
       
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