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Arată versiune întreagă : Filme Romanesti - National Gallery of Art



10.12.2007, 02:24
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<div style="font-weight: bold;" class="-grouping">Bucharest Stories: New Films from Romania</div>
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<div class="-schedule">November 16, 18, 25
December 1, 8, 15, 16, 23, 29, 30
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East Building Concourse, Large Auditorium (http://www.nga.gov/ginfo/ebmaps.shtm#c&#111;ncourse)

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During the past decade Romania has been quietly commanding the
attention of critics and cineastes with a group of talented young
filmmakers from Bucharest. Corneliu Porum-boiu, Cristian Nemescu,
Cătălin Mitulescu, Cristi Puiu, and Cristian Mungiu are a few of the
names at the center of this creative vortex. Now celebrated by festival
juries, including this year's Festival de Cannes (the Palme d'Or was
awarded to Mungiu's 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days), the
acclaim is echoed in film journals that note a new and very successful
national film movement. While its characteristics may be difficult to
catalogue, the defining features include a matter-of-fact realism,
accomplished casting and composition, and a generous bit of Balkan
surrealism. This series includes ten programs of features and shorts
and was organized in cooperation with the Romanian Cultural Institute,
New York and with the support of the Embassy of Romania, Washington.
Special thanks to Corina Şuteu, Ilinca Ilie, and Oana Radu.
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<div style="font-weight: bold;" class="-title">The Paper Will Be Blue</div>

<div class="-schedule">November 16, 18 at 4:00PM</span></span>
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East Building Concourse, Large Auditorium (http://www.nga.gov/ginfo/ebmaps.shtm#c&#111;ncourse)

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"From an armored squadron patrolling the sedate Bucharest suburbs to
an impetuous soldier who need not search too hard for the battle he
craves, The Pap
er Will Be Blue strikingly recreates the
emotions that boiled over during the Romanian revolution. An adept
blend of docudrama and wry humor, told from a memorably ground-level
point of view"

acciduzzu
13.01.2008, 12:14
Mi-ar place sa merg la astfel de evenimente daca mai sunt in noul an. Eu sunt in Richmond dar nu m-as supara sa ajung in DCdin cand in cand. E cineva interesat de a merge ev la spectatcole de teatru/ etc etc?