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The 7th Edition of Divan Film Festival
21 August 2016
 
 
   
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The 7th edition of Divan Film Festival, the great Romanian celebration of Balkan films and cuisine is taking place from 20-21 August 2016 in Craiova, moving from 22nd to 28th to Cetate, gathering filmmakers, scholars, actors, producers and film enthusiasts from all corners of the Balkans.


For the fourth consecutive year, Divan Film Festival and altcineAction! continue their successful collaboration by screening short films from the online short film festival’s last edition. This year, however, the collaboration becomes even stronger as the two festivals, along with Balkan Cultural Centre and Tirana International Film Festival, constitute the partners of the innovative The 5C Project! 

Divan Film Festival, the third stop of The 5C Project cine-caravan is ready to welcome the five young critics, Mariana Hristova, Galina Maksimovic, Ozge Ozduzen, Andrei Sendrea and Rhiannon Wain and offer them a rich and interesting programme of lectures, workshops, screenings and masterclasses, as well as their participation in the annual international academic symposium organized by Divan and chaired by the artistic director of the festival, Marian Tutui, which this year runs under the theme Urban Life in the Balkans.


Some of the acclaimed scholars participating in the 7th edition of Divan Film Festival are Dana Duma, Lydia Papadimitriou, Alexandra Milovanovic, Ana Grgic, Wang Yao and of course our five critics, all of them presenting papers and starting in depth conversations with their colleagues and the audience. 

But Divan Film Festival is not just about outstanding films. What do Balkans have in common among lots of things? Food of course! Participants of the festival will have the unique chance to discuss, debate and enjoy the screenings over delicacies from all around the Balkans, proving that Balkan cuisine is as tasteful and diverse as the peninsula’s films.

Let’s have a more detailed look into this year’s Divan Film Festival programme.

CRAIOVA

Saturday, August 20th in Inspire Cinema

11:00 Balkan Short Film (88min)
A Night in Tokoriki by Roxana Stroe (Romania, 2016, 18min)
Mario was Watching the Sea with Love by Svetlana Dramlic (Slovenia, 2014, 12min)
Bones for Otto by Matei Lucaci-Grunberg (Romania, 2016, 29min)
Be Happy, it’s an Order! by Sinan Cetin (Turkey, 2008, 5min)

17:20 Screening

Saturday, 20th August in Old Town

20:00 Official Opening
20:30 Maria Raducanu Concert
21:30 Screening

Sunday, August 21st in Inspire Cinema

11:00 Screening for Children
Zarafa by Remi Bazancon and Jean-Christophe Lie (France/Belgium, 2012, 78min)

17:30 Screening

21:30 Screening


CETATE CULTURAL PORT

Moday, August 22nd in Cinematographic Valley

19:00 Marius Mihalache Concert

21:30 Screening
The Third Half by Darko Mitrevski

Tuesday, August 23rd at the River Station

10:00 Screening
The Enchanted Grove by Gheorghe Naghi (Romania, 1980, 75min)

Tuesday, August 23rd in the Attic

10:30 International Conference “Urban Life in the Balkans”

Tuesday, August 23rd at the River Station

11:30 Romanian Silent Shorts with Musical accompaniment (105min)
That’s how Life is by Marin Iorda (Romania, 1928, 12min)
Gogulica Railwayman by Cornel Dumitrescu (Romania, 1929, 9min)
Ecaterina Teodoroiu by Ion Niculescu-Bruna (Romania, 1930, 43min)
Bucharest by Nicolae Traian Bratu (Romania, 1942, 41min)

17:00 Screening

Tuesday, August 23rd in the Attic

17:30 Masterclass held by Dana Duma: “Film Criticism: The Digital Age”

Tusday, August 23rd in the Cinematographic Valley

21:30 Screening
The Parade by Srdjan Dragojevic (In presence of the director)

Wednesday, August 24th in the Attic

10:30 International Conference “Urban Life in the Balkans” (Part II)

Wednesday, August 24th at the River Station

10:30 Short Films Screened at altcineAction! Short Film Festival 2016 (68min)
Pyramid by Galaxy Spanos

12:00 Screening

17:00 Balkans in Time and Space
Female Business by Julianna Cristescu (Romania, 2016, 12min)
Officer by Stefan Zaharia (Romania, 2015, 16min)
Be Happy, it’s an Order! by Sinan Cetin (Turkey, 2008, 5min)

Wednesday, August 24th in the Attic

17:30 Masterclass held by Aleksandra Milovanović - “Inside the Editing Room”

Wednesday, August 24th in the Cinematographic Valley

21:30 Ten Years After the Premier

22:30 Screening

Thursday, August 25th at the River Station

11:00 Short Films from the Balkans (69min)
A Matter of Will by Dusan Kasalica (Montenegro, 2015, 24min)
Network Unavailable by Adina Dulcu (Romania, 2016, 15min)
Chamomile by Neritan Zinxhiria (Greece, 2012, 15min)
Finale by Dorian Boguta (Romania, 2015, 15min)
Epiphany by Drazen Zarkovic (Croatia, 2016, 4min)

17:00 Balkan Short Films (88min)
A Country of Two by Neritan Zinxhiria (Albania/Greece/Romania, 2016, 9min)
Damaged Goods by Nermin Hamzagic (Bosnia and Herzegovia, 2015, 20min)
Mother by Lidija Mojsovska (FYROM, 2014, 12min)
4 ½ Senses by Raluca Racean-Gorgos and Ion Arama (Romania, 22min)
Our Skin is Going to Gray by Ivan Bakrac (Serbia, 2014, 13min)
The Consecration by Tudor Botezatu (Romania, 2015, 12min)

Tuesday, August 25th in the Cinematographic Valley

21:30 Screening

Friday, August 26th at the River Station

17:00 Balkan Short Films (88min)
A Country of Two by Neritan Zinxhiria (Albania/Greece/Romania, 2016, 9min)
Damaged Goods by Nermin Hamzagic (Bosnia and Herzegovia, 2015, 20min)
Mother by Lidija Mojsovska (FYROM, 2014, 12min)
4 ½ Senses by Raluca Racean-Gorgos and Ion Arama (Romania, 22min)
Our Skin is Going to Gray by Ivan Bakrac (Serbia, 2014, 13min)
The Consecration by Tudor Botezatu (Romania, 2015, 12min)

Friday, August 26th in the Cinematographic Valley

21:00 Screening

Saturday, August 27th at the River Station

17:00 Balkan Short Films (74min)
Network Unavailable by Adina Dulcu (Romania, 2016, 15min)
A Night in Tokoriki by Roxana Stroe (Romania, 2016, 18min)
Mario was Watching the Sea with Love by Svetlana Dramlic (Slovenia, 2014, 12min)
Bones for Otto by Matei Lucaci-Grunberg (Romania, 2016, 29min)

Saturday, August 27th in the Cinematographic Valley

21:30 Screening

 
 
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