Descriere:"Fugind in padure sa-si salveze ratusca furata de coana Vulpe (Vasilica Tastaman), Veronica (Lulu Mihaescu) da de Greiere (Florian Pittis), de Imparateasa furnicilor (Margareta Paslaru) - de periculosul motan Danila (Dem Radulescu) care intoneaza ca toti ceilalti refrenele lui Temistocle Popa."- Tudor Caranfil - 2002 (Dictionar de filme romanesti).Colectia: Elisabeta Bostan Interpreti: Lulu Mihaescu, Margareta Pislaru, Dem Radulescu, Vasilica Tastaman, Violeta Andrei, Florian Pittis, Angela Moldovan, George Mihaita Cânta: Margareta Pislaru, Cristian Popescu, Paula Radulescu, Alexandrina Halic Regizori: Elisabeta Bostan Suport video: DVDSunet: Stereo An aparitie: 2009Durata: 80 min.
"Last year I saw Andrei Giurgia's work in Iasi and I'd be glad to learn that the audiences revisit their interest for domestic old and newer films.
Back in the days of my childhood there were seven cinema theatres in the city.
Romanian Film Evenings ambassador Irina Margareta Nistor underscored that a decade has already passed since the greatest success ever of a Romanian film: '4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days' winning the top prize at the Cannes, the most prestigious and coveted film festival.
"Cristian Mungiu is back in Iasi for being properly honored in a retrospective and an edition dedicated to the director, screenwriter and producer who offers us every year a dose of happiness," Irina Margareta Nistor said.
On the bill on the first day of the Romanian Film Evenings is the opening of the section for Romanian children's films, named after dedicated children's film maker Elisabeta Bostan, who left her mark on the successive generations of kids with her movies.
Thus, beginning Wednesday May 10, till Sunday May 14, the films: "Zambet de soare/Sunny smile" (1987), "Campioana/The Champion" (1989), "Veronica se intoarce/The Return of Veronica" (1973), "Tinerete fara Batranete/Youth without Old Age" (1969) and "Saltimbancii/The Clowns" (1981) will be screened at the "Luceafarul" Children's and Youth Theatre.There's a noticeable change in the activity of Iasi locals as regards the Romanian film industry," mentioned Mihai Chirica.In his turn, director of the Iasi Athenaeum Andrei Apreotesei, organizer of the International Education Festival, emphasized the need to offer Romanian values and great artists due appreciation not just outside country borders, but also in the country.All the information published on this website by AGERPRES is protected by relevant legal dispositions.It is forbidden to copy, reproduce, recompile, decompile, distribute, publish, display, modify, create derived components or products or full services, as well as any exploitation of the site's content. If you are interested in picking up AGERPRES news items, please contact the Marketing Department – [email protected] use of the Comments section entails your obligation to respect the AGERPRES terms and conditions in regards to the publishing of comments on the "In 2017 Cristian Mungiu returns to his hometown to witness the celebration of his films and contribution to the Romanian film industry.