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19 November 2014 | 14:02
Short films of Moldova, presented at the International Film Festival from Estonia
The series of short films "Near-Far Moldova", a project launched by the producer Igor Cobileanski will be presented for the first time at the biggest film festival in the Baltic countries - "Black Nights International Film Festival".
The Festival from Tallinn, Estonia has reserved a special place in current edition for Moldova. Thus, on November 26, except the proposed project, there will be a presentation of Moldovan cinema. The presentation will be made by Dan Burlac and Dumitru Marian, producers of some movies from the Republic of Moldova.
According to organizers, the scenarios and the authors of the seven shorts films were selected and at present funds are raised for the project. The project will be presented in the Baltic Event Section, a Pitching platform (co-production and financing) where other 12 projects from different countries selected by organizers, will be presented. The purpose of the presentation is to find funding and eventual co-producers for the project.
The short movies "Near-Far Moldova" are launched by Brio Film Production in co-production with producer Dan Burlac (Romania) and Pavel Cuzuioc, Moldovan producer and director living in Austria.
The presentation focuses on films produced in recent years, and films in various stages of production. In addition to the films, the purpose of the presentation is to discover talents, stories and cinema potential in Europe. One of the aspects is the Moldovan national cinema development perspective, through the new law on cinema and proximity to the EU, marked by the ratification of the EU – Republic of Moldova Association Agreement.

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