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2016. CHRISTMAS FILMS' DAYS

There is one (or even more) film on any joy or sadness, we are trying to bring to the Moldovan audience the best films on hotest issues. Christmas Films' Days got together six of the most acclaimed Christmas Films of all times.

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2016. TWO LOTTERY TICKETS (Directed by Paul Negoescu)

Somewhere in the midst of the Romanian outback lives Dinel, a man with a moustache and curly hair who seems to be down on his luck: his customers at the garage are an unhappy bunch and his wages barely cover an after-work beer – which is also the reason his wife recently left him. Things take a turn for the better, when Dinel unexpectedly wins six million Euros playing the lottery.

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2016. SHORT FILMS by Dorian Boguță

A selection of short films reflecting director's interest in exploiting different behaviour of the human beings in situations that are not usual for them. 

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2016. Big films on big issues

CRJM (Moldova) in cooperation with EFOR (Romania) organized the screenings of multi-awarded Romanian and Moldovan films dealing with human rights and law enforcement.

ALTFilm supported the promotion and screenings of the films.

 

 

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2013. FUTURE SHORTS MOLDOVA (3)

The most popular pop-up festival happening avery season in more than 40 countries at the same time.

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2012. FUTURE SHORTS MOLDOVA (2)

The most popular pop-up festival happening avery season in more than 40 countries at the same time.

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2012. FUTURE SHORTS MOLDOVA (1)

The most popular pop-up festival happening avery season in more than 40 countries at the same time.

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2011. METROBRANDING (Directed by Ana Vlad, Adi Voicu)

While people in Western Europe were used to choose between hundreds of brands, the communist Romanian used to have a different experience: all our life we lived with only one brand for each basic product. Imagine the importance that this 'mono-brands' could acquire for the lives of those who made them and for the lives of those who consumed them. A love story between man and object.

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2011. AURORA (Directed by Cristi Puiu)

An apartment kitchen: a man and a woman discuss Little Red Riding Hood, their voices hushed, mindful of waking the little girl sleeping next room. Waste land on the city outskirts: 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 across the city to a destination known only to him.

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2011. DEATH OF MR LAZARESCU (Directed by Cristi Puiu)

Mr. Lazarescu, a 63 year old lonely man feels sick and calls the ambulance. When it arrives, the paramedic decides he should take him to the hospital but once there they decide to send him to another hospital and then yet another... As the night unfolds and they can't find a hospital for Mr. Lazarescu, his health starts to deteriorate fast.

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2011. STUFF AND DOUGH (Directed by Cristi Puiu)

A newbie agrees to deliver the wrong merchandise for money. He will learn soon that this trip will change his views about life, forever.

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2011. MORGEN (Directed by Marian Crișan)

NELU, a man in his forties, works as a security guard at a supermarket in Salonta, a small town on the Romanian-Hungarian border. This is the place where many illegal emigrants try to cross, by any means possible, to Hungary and then further to Western Europe. For NELU, days go by the same. Fishing at dawn, then work, and finally home with his wife-FLORICA. They live alone at an isolated farmhouse on the fields outside Salonta. Their problem these days is repairing the old roof of the farmhouse. One morning, NELU will fish something different out of the river: a Turkish man trying to cross the border. Not able to communicate verbally, the two men will somehow understand each other. NELU takes the stranger to the farmhouse, gives him some dry clothes, food and shelter. He doesnt really know how to help this stranger. The Turkish man gives NELU all the money he has on him so he will help him cross the border. Eventually, NELU takes the money and promises he will help him cross the border tomorrow, MORGEN

 

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2011. KINO CARAVAN (Directed by Titus Muntean)

In an isolated village in Transylvania, at the beginning of the 60s, the people live relative peaceful lives under the leadership of TANASIE, the local Peoples Councils President. A mobile cinema, run by a young and ambitious communist activist, TAVI, arrives with the express mission of making a propaganda film projection.