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BUCHAREST - WIEN 8:15 am Detailed information

General information

Country:
ROMANIA
Genre:
Romanian Short Films
Year:
2000

Technical data

Format:
Color:
Black & White
Duration:
13' 0''
Sound:
Stereo

Credits

Director:
Cătălin Mitulescu
Producer:
Screenplay:
Cãtãlin Mitulescu
Cinematography:
Marius Panduru
Sound:
Bogdan Gheorghe
Editing:
Bogdan Gheorghe
Cast:
Cosmin Seleși, Andi Vasluianu, Maqria Dinulescu, Alexandru Gheorghi, Anca Jianu, Dan Ghita, Diana Munteanu, Florin Catalina
Other crew:
cast: Madalina Gheorghe, Tony Zaharian, Viorica Voda

Synopsis

5 o'clock in the morning. Niki gathers all that he finds valuable in his house. His wife and child are asleep. He intends to go in Germany. He has a passport to work illegally. He leaves with Cretu, his childhood friend. Together it will be easier. Their way is far more difficult than they imagined.

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Awards
* Best Actor for Cosmin Selesi and Andi Vasluianu at CineMAiubit - International Student Film Festival 2000
* Best Director at CineMAiubit - International Student Film Festival 2000

Director CV Cătălin Mitulescu

Cătălin Mitulescu was born in 1972 in Bucharest, Romania. His school short films Bucharest-Wien 8:15 and 17 Minutes Late were both selected in the Cinéfondation in 2001 and 2002. He won the Short Film Palme d’or for Traffic in 2004. In 2006, his first feature film, The Way I Spent the End of the World, was selected for Un Certain Regard and received Best Actress Award. Loverboy, his second film, premiered at Un Certain Regard in 2011 and won prizes in Sarajevo and Vilnius FF. By the Rails, his third feature, had its International Premiere at Karlovy Vary IFF in 2016, where it was awarded a Special Mention. He recently completedHeidi, his fourth film, to be released in 2019.

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