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Kapitalism - our secret recipe

Kapitalism - our secret recipe

"In what ways does Romanian capitalism resemble a  game of Lego?" This question seems to be the background on wich the new documentary of Alexander Solomon, "Kapitalism - our secret recipe" is taking place on.. What does the  movie promise us? A characterization of the current economic system in Romania, with the transformations it bears, from the Revolution to the present, times, in the hands of characters like Dan Voiculescu, Patriciu or Becali.

Auntie officialy premiered at IPIFF

Auntie officialy premiered at IPIFF

IPIFF continues with an official premiere. Serban Marinescu's feature film, Auntie, was released  at the Tomis Mall Cityplex.Dinu Tanase the Festival's president, opened the gala with a speech about the producers competition. The film is a collaboration between two great personalities of Romanian cinema, Mircea Daneliuc, as writer and Serban Marinescu as director.

An interview with Cari Tibor

An interview with Cari Tibor

Q: How was the "Music Theatre" born ?
CT: The first concert was just after the premiere of "Hamlet" in Timisoara,directed by Victor Ioan Frunza, for which I wrote music and having a lot of music outside the show  we thought we should also play it. Music Theatre is ussually forgotten once the show ends,it ceases to exists. And I'm very sorry, because every artist loves his work and has the desire to express himself and to keep what he has created. In this sense I thought we could play it in concerts. And even if they no longer sing in the show, the music remains in concert.After that we thought that we could develop it into a project that could be promoted better and then we thought to name it - "Music Theatre". And then I had many concerts in the country and even in Budapest!

Editorial

Editorial

Orphan Festival

Is in SEARCH OF A  SERIOUS PARTNER AND SPONSOR!

Interview with  Mihai Orasanu

Interview with Mihai Orasanu

Q: You were a producer for "Auntie" a film submitted to the festival this year, . What can you say about working with Serban Marinescu?
A: I'm working with Serban Marinescu  for 25 years, from back when he made his first short film: I was a sound engineer in Buftea then . As a producer, we worked toghether on two other films, "Tycoon" and "Villains." Being old friends, we integrated into production fairly fast.

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