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Aferim! (2015) Spotlight: Romania. A Film and Photography Festival

GROTE ZAAL | Online €5 | Kassa €6

This year’s Western from the very wild East, Winner Silver Bear Award, Berlinale 2015.

Spotlight: Romania. A Film and Photography Festival
This October we're turning all lights eastwards, and put Romanian culture in the spotlight. Spotlight: Romania is a one month cinema and photography festival, which will showcase some of the best contemporary films and photography series coming out of the country. They are guaranteed to surprise, change minds and hearts and introduce you to the real feel, the depth and charms of Romania.

The festival's cinema program hosted by DNR consists of feature films from the established Romanian New Wave and several short films from emerging filmmakers. One evening is dedicated to the cult filmmaker Lucian Pintilie. All screenings are with English subtitles and will be paired with talks and Q&A’s with filmmakers and other guests from the industry.

Spotlight: Romania is completed by a large documentary photography group exhibition on show throughout October in Gemak art gallery, together with a side program centered on Migration and Cultural diversity. Spotlight: Romania is a project by the cultural initiative Eastwards, in partnership with DNR and Gemak.

Aferim! (2015) Spotlight: Romania. A Film and Photography FestivalIn 19th century Romania, Costandin, a policeman of the time, and his son Ionita travel through the south of the country in search of a fugitive Gypsy slave. An odyssey in which they encounter people of different nationalities and beliefs: Turks and Russians, Christians and Jews, Romanians and Hungarians. Each harbours prejudices against the others which have been passed down from generation to generation. 

And when the 'slave' Carfin is found, the adventure is far from over ...

Directed by Radu Jude

The films is in (old) Romanian with English subtitles.