Looking back nearly 20 years, Romanian cinema has seen an impressive growth since the start of the “New Wave”: a re-established film industry, countless awards and international recognition, valuable co-productions, diversifying narratives and formal experimentation.
Taking stock of this progress, “Eye on Romanian Cinema presents an engaging panel discussion with some of the key people that have observed and contributed to the rise of the New Romanian Cinema, offering their insights into its recent history, successes and future horizons.
Corina Suteu (cultural consultant, former Cultural Minister of Romania, president of MAKING Waves, New York: New Romanian Cinema and FARAD - International documentary film festival)
Bianca Oana (producer of Touch Me Not, Colectiv)
Dana Bunescu (editor and sound designer of 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days, The
Autobiography Of Nicolae Ceausescu, etc.)
Dominique Nasta (Professor of Film Studies at the Université libre de Bruxelles and author of Contemporary Romanian Cinema: The History of an Unexpected Miracle (2013))
Irina Trocan (film critic and academic, editor of EUROPALIA-ROMANIA’s publication Romanian Cinema Inside Out: Perspectives on Film Culture, Industry and Politics 1912-2019).