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The 11th Romanian Film Festival in London: Breaking New Ground 13 - 16 November 2014, Curzon Soho (99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5DY)


From the RFF:

BREAKING NEW GROUND presents exciting movies issuing from the effervescent Romanian film industry. Very popular and extremely talented actors and directors will come and join us for the London premieres of their films: director Nae Caranfil (Closer to the Moon), actress Ela Ionescu (The Unsaved), director Dan Chisu and actress Ioana Flora (Deja Vu), actors Victor Rebengiuc and Mariana Mihut (Forest of the Hanged), director Laurentiu Damian (Maria Tanase) and director Stere Gulea (I Am An Old Communist Hag). 

Check out the Festival’s Facebook page on http://Facebook.com/RoFilmFest for the latest news, for contests and prizes and much more, including your chance to win a meeting with the Romanian top actors and directors who are the Festival’s special guests!

PROGRAMME – LONDON screenings:

Thursday 13 November 2014, 6.15pm, at Curzon Soho 
UK Premiere: CLOSER TO THE MOON
Plus Q&A with director Nae Caranfil
Director: Nae Caranfil • Romania 2013 • 112 minutes • Comedy • English with Romanian subtitles
Costume Designer: Doina Levintza 

Friday 14 November 2014, 6.30pm, at Curzon Soho 
UK Premiere: THE UNSAVED 
Plus Q&A with actress Ela Ionescu
Director: Igor Cobileanski • Romania / Republic of Moldova 2013 • 80 minutes • Romanian and Russian, with English subtitles • Romanian title: La limita de jos a cerului
Script: Corneliu Porumboiu, Igor Cobileanski

Saturday 15 November 2014, 6.30pm, at Curzon Soho 
UK Premiere: DEJA VU 
Plus Q&A with director Dan Chisu and lead actress Ioana Flora
Director: Dan Chisu • Romania 2012 • 74 minutes • Romanian with English subtitles 

Sunday 16 November 2014, 4.45pm, at Curzon Soho 
UK Premiere: FOREST OF THE HANGED 
Plus Q&A with lead actor Victor Rebengiuc & actress Mariana Mihut
Director: Liviu Ciulei • Romania 1964 • 157 minutes • Romanian with English subtitles • Romanian title: Padurea spanzuratilor
Script: Titus Popovici; based on Liviu Rebreanu’s novel of the same title