ROMANIAN, ADJECTIVE - The Romanian Film Festival in London, 7th edition

Posted 2nd July 2010

POLICE, ADJECTIVE, the seventh edition of the Romanian Film Festival in London, took place from 2 to 4 July 2010, at its already traditional location, the Curzon Mayfair cinema (38 Curzon Street, London W1J 7TY). Yet again, the Festival was happy to produce another viewing of the Romania's most exciting and serious new talents. Thanks to Artificial Eye, the Festival was opened with Corneliu Porumboius POLICE, ADJECTIVE  a real treat for arthouse fans, in the company of the director. In acknowledgment of the greats from the past, the Festival also introduced the classic SAND CLIFFS, along with new work short and long from last years cinematic crop. Special guests from Romania attended selected screenings and connected events: director Corneliu Porumboiu, screen legend Victor Rebengiuc, veteran director Dan Pita, Bafta-winning actress Anamaria Marinca, actress Ada Condeescu, producer Dan Burlac, film critic Magda Mihailescu, anthropologist Vlad Naumescu, author and journalist Liviu Antonesei, historian Stejarel Olaru, TV producer Marian Voicu, and Ioana Voicu-Arnautoiu, guest speaker on the Romanian anti-communist resistance. More details can be found on the Festival's dedicated website.

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