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GAY FILM NIGHTS International Film Festival (SERILE FILMULUI GAY International Film festival - in Romanian) is the first and only international LGBT film festival in Romania. It is held every November in Cluj-Napoca since 2004.
In a country where gay and Roma people are avoided by most (as shown by the E.U. Fundamental Rights Agency), the festival aims to send an accurate and efficient message about cultural diversity and accepting individual values.
To fulfill this goal, the program of the festival includes such activities as LGBT film competitions, exhibitions, shows, public debates, as well as outreach and ecological actions.
Every year, free entrance is granted to all these events: the purpose of the festival is not to obtain money, but to promote democracy, tolerance and diversity.
In October, GAY FILM NIGHTS International Film Festival brings the rainbow of diversity to Cluj-Napoca, Romania, from around the world, through a competition of LGBT-themed short films, feature films and documentaries. In autumn, when trees lose their leaves, we try to make people lose their prejudices and fill up our basket - not with fruit, but with good movies, great activities and cultural diversity.
GAY FILM NIGHTS International Film Festival 2010
In the autumn, when the freshers are been counted, it's a hobbit now that, on Cluj-Napoca, in the heart of the Dracula land to take place the international movie fest "Gay Film Nights". It's the sixth edition, the event will begin on October the 19th and it will last one week.
"Movies. Only art. To know us better." is the motto of this year whithin the organisers, are trying to explain to all of us that this festival is just a form of visibility of the life style, of ...
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