Wednesday, October 21, 2015

A Romanian Docuhistory at UCL SSEES’ Centenary Film Festival  | Wed 21 Oct & Tue 8 Dec, free

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A Romanian Docuhistory at UCL SSEES' Centenary Film Festival  | Wed 21 Oct & Tue 8 Dec, free
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A Romanian Docuhistory at UCL SSEES' Centenary Film Festival

Part of the renowned University College London, The School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is celebrating 100 years as academic gateway to the East European cultures and societies, through a series of cultural events. Among various festivities, the centennial celebratory agenda also includes a Season of Films made within the cultures represented in the venerable School. The SSEES Centenary Film Festival is supported by the British Film Institute along with various embassies and cultural institutes, including the Romanian Cultural Institute in London.

Romanian SSEES Centenary Film Festival Screenings:

Wednesday 21 October

Sahia Vintage I: Documentar, ideologie, viaţă 1956-1990 (Documentaries, Ideology, Life, 1956-1990)
Two separately bookable sessions starting at 4pm & 6.30pm.

Wednesday 21 October at 4pm (Free Tickets)
Alexandru Sîrbu, 'Reportaj de la Steagul Roşu' (Report from the Red Flag, 1956)
Alexandru Boiangiu, 'Cazul D' (Case D, 1966)
Titus Mesaroş, 'Scrisoare din Oraşul Nou' (Letter from the New Town, 1978)

Wednesday 21 October at 6.30pm (Free Tickets)
Paula and Doru Segall, 'Pentru strănepoţi, încă ceva despre Bucureşti…' (For our Heirs: More Stories about Bucharest…, 1980)
Adrian Sârbu, 'Aflaţi despre mine…' (I for One Am Alive and Well, 1982)
Laurenţiu Damian, 'Pe unde-am fost şi-am colindat' (The Roads I Have Wandered, 1982)
Ovidiu Bose Paştina, 'Oameni care povestesc' (People Telling Stories, 1983)
Copel Moscu, 'Va veni o zi' (There Will Come a Day, 1985/1990)
Guest speaker: Adina Brădeanu, School of Media Arts and Design, University of Westminster

Tuesday 8 December at 6.30pm (Free Tickets)
Cristian Mungiu, '4 luni, 3 săptămâni și 2 zile' (4 months, 3 weeks, and 2 days, 2007)
Guest speaker: Dominique Nasta, Professor of Film Studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

In Romanian with English subtitles.


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