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Hello,  It's wierd writeing in a blog adressing ... noone or someone. Anyway i just regisetred my newest short film ( by the way I'm a young director from Bucharest Romania) and i hope to start sending it around the world. Until the next time ...  Pa!  ...

Deaf Sounds

Director: Gheorghe Andrei.
The sounds that a boy and a girl make just by sitting on a bench are combined into a song that reveals a certain thing … they fall in love.

BITFF (Bucharest International Tourism Film Festival)

Bucharest, a continuously changing city once known as “Little Paris”, is trying to take back it’s rightful place on the World Map as an important cultural place. BITFF, The Bucharest International Tourism Film Festival, wishes to be the first step towards accomplishing this goal. Tourism is the essential element of the city’s life and film is the perfect approach of promoting such a product. Combining the two elements, we will obtain a professional environment, ideal for developing Bucharest’s cultural and tourism aspects.

Un certain regard: Aurora by Cristi Puiu

Synopsis: An apartment kitchen: a man and a woman discuss Little Red Riding Hood, their voices hushed, mindful of waking the little girl sleeping in the next room. A wasteland on the outskirts of Bucharest: behind a line of abandoned trailers, the man silently watches what seems to be a family. The same city, the same man: driving through traffic with two hand-made firing pins for a hunting rifle. The man is 42 years old, his name - Viorel. Troubled by obscure thoughts, he drives acr...

Iasi International Film festival

Iasi International Film Festival (IIFF) is organized by the Romanian Independent Film Association. It aims to become one of the largest film festivals in Eastern Europe.
IIFF’s main objective is to promote the cinematic arts, through the attention given especially to auteur and independent films, reflecting their originality and freedom of expression as well as to various forms of cinematic language.
IIFF is an annual event. The first edition will take place between September 25th and
October 3rd, 2009, in Iasi, Romania. The films will be screened in several movie theatres as well as in unconventional locations (CINE-CORT).

Short to the Point

STTP Projects Short to the Point is an international distribution link, broadcasting and promoting short films. Starting from 2009, Short to the Point's objective is to constatly promote this side of cinema. 1. Short Film Factory- With the motto "Don't let your movie get dusty on the shelf!", SPS offers proffesionals the possibility of signing up their films, older than 5 years, that will later on be projected in over 20 citys in Romania and abroad. 2. STTP LOW/NO BUDGET OSFF- " Any story can be made into a film" is the division with whom STTP attracts film amateurs (unproffesionals) to test their creativity, directing films low/no budget for the short film contest Short to the point Low/No Budget Online Short Film Festival. 3. STTP Talent Camp- STTP Talent Camp wishes to promote romanian film at national and international level. STTP Talent Camp also wants to discover and promote young cinema talents, by offering colaboration opportunities, exchange of experience and ideas or by participating in the thematic workshops presented by wellknown proffesionals. STTP Talent Camp reunites young romanian cinema talents within the interactive workshop that takes place each year in Raciu, Mures County 4. Walls tell stories- Every two years, STTP goes thrue the longest tour of a Romanian Short Film Festival. The caravan lasts 45 days and includes 29 cities:Buzau, Slobozia, Galati, Ramnicu Sarat, Focsani, Bacau, Iasi, Piatra Neamt, Suceava, Bistrita, Borsa, Baia Mare, Satu Mare, Oradea, Caransebes, Resita, Timisoara, Hunedoara, Deva, Alba iulia, Cluj, Targu Mures, Sighisoara, Sibiu, Valcea, Pitesti, Ploiesti, Brasov, Fagaras. 5. Kara Film Fest- The only Short Film Festival for children in Romania. It's being held anually,in several cities in Romania. 6. BUCHAREST INTERNATIONAL TOURISM FILM FESTIVAL – Tourism is the essential element in a city's life and film is the perfect mecanism for promoting such a product. Combining the two, a proffesional environment is created, perfect for cultural-tourism evolution of Bucharest. BITFF is taking place every two years, in March and October, in Bucharest. Distribution, broadcasting and promoting Short films don't have a long life. In theory, a filmmaker can make is work known just within short film festivals. Short to the Point comes with many promoting opportunities , broadcasting and distribution of the films signed up in the festival. SPS offers proffesionals and amateurs the possibility of watching their work on tv, cinemas, unconventional spaces, online and on DVD. Contest Every year, in May, Short to the point organizes a short film contest, wich takes place online and is recomended especially to amateurs. The participant films are made within the sistem low/no budget and can be made even with the mobile phone. Education Short to the point has launched the first film school for kids in Romania. The classes take place periodly,as a workshop in wich young people can experiment with video techniques,montage, directing or scenografy, sound and film, makeup etc.

Video montage from B-EST Bucharest Film Festival Award Ceremony

Bucharest B-Est film festival closing ceremony shot and edited by Bruno Chatelin for,   Cloture ed B Estenvoyé par filmfestivals-com ...

Video: Bucharest Ambience during the festival

Video shot in Bucharest during B-EST 2009 Filmed/edited by Bruno Chatelin Check the video below   ...

B-EST Wrap report

B-EST IFF Awards 2009 SPECIAL SCREENINGS AND OFF COMPETITION FILMS AT B-EST IFF "You cannot walk straight when the road bends" catch a glimpse of the Romani culture with Gipsy Caravan Nik Powell (EFA) will preside over B-EST Jury JERZY SKOLIMOWSKI – Guest of honor at B-EST Romano cinema and culture at B-EST Special screenings at B-EST 3 Romanian Films that were selected in Berlin are inv...

Romano cinema and culture at B-EST

This year, Charta Cultural Foundation and the National Center for Roma Culture, with the support of S.C. Niro Investment S.A., propose a challenging new section within B-EST International Film Festival, entitled ROMANO CINEMA AND CULTURE – featuring films about the Roma culture and cinematography, scheduled to be screened on March 27th and March 28th at Studio Cinema. The intercultural dialogue is one of the necessary conditions of a modern society and one cannot deny the fact that t...

Anim`est - Bucharest International Animation Film Festival

The festival includes projections of animation films - full-length films as well as short films - selected according to their aesthetic value, their inciting and possibly provocative notes.