Due to the weather conditions today's cine-concert The Lodger from Huet Square will be canceled. The special screening is rescheduled today, July 10, from 10:15PM in cinema hall number 4, CineGold. Access to the cine-concert is possible by getting your 0 value ticket from https://tiff.eventbook.ro/film/bilete-tiff-2022-cine-concert-the-lodger and from the CineGold ticket desks.
The Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) returns to Sibiu, from July 7 to July 10. It is the 16th year in which TIFF brings to Sibiu the most awarded productions of the season. Over 25 films and cine-concerts will take place in two outdoor spaces, but also in the cinema. TIFF Sibiu will take place in Huet Square (all events here will have free acces), in Habermann Markt / Habermann Square and at Cine Gold.
Presented for the first time in Sibiu, Wild Romania (dir. Dan Dinu, Cosmin Dumitrache), and The Father who moves mountains (dir. Daniel Sandu) recorded the largest number of spectators at the 15th edition of the Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) in Sibiu, which ended on Sunday, August 8. The film fans had the opportunity to meet the directors of both films at the end of the film, in Q&A sessions that lasted until late into the night.
The film "Întregalde", from Cannes to Sibiu. Director Radu Muntean will be present at the screening.
Presented at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival last month (section Quinzaine des Réalisateurs), the newest film signed by Radu Muntean, Înregalde, a survival story, arrives in Sibiu in a special screening in which the director will also participate on Sunday, August 8, at 21.45 at the Astra Museum, at the lake scene.
“It’s a movie that invites the audience to heated discussions.” - Radu Muntean
After the sold-out premiere last night in Sibiu at TIFF, the documentary-phenomenon Wild Romania (dir. Dan Dinu, Cosmin Dumitrache) will be screened again in the festival on Friday, August 6, from 9:45 in the middle of nature, at the lake stage of the Astra Museum.
With premiere footage and unique stories about biodiversity, Wild Romania is an amazing journey to places of unreal beauty in our country. It's a project that shows us how much we need nature to keep our balance and urges us to awareness and responsibility.
Romanian directors and actors will meet the Sibiu audience, at the special screenings of their films, outdoors, between August 27-30.
On the first day of the festival, on August 27, at Habermann Markt, the actor Mihai Călin will talk to the audience about 5 minutes Too Late, Dan Chişu's new film inspired by real facts - the fate of the man who led the intervention after an extremist group interrupted the screening of an LGBT themed film in Bucharest.
Organized this year exclusively outdoors, TIFF Sibiu (August 27-30) proposes a fresh selection of films that have conquered juries and audiences in the last year, in two new locations: Promenada Sibiu Parking (top floor) and the Flower Terrace of the Cultural Center "Ion Besoiu". These new locations join the traditional ones: Piața Mare, the Habermann Markt, the Astra Open Air Museum.
The Transilvania International Film Festival returns to Sibiu, between 27th and 30th of August, for its 14th edition. TIFF Sibiu will take place exclusively outdoors, in compliance with the necessary safety and social distance measures during the pandemic. Four evenings of open-air cinema, 20 films and special guests await the people of Sibiu in Piața Mare, Habermann Markt, Astra Open-Air Museum, Promenada Sibiu above-ground car park (to
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Founded in 2002, in the town of Cluj-Napoca, Transilvania IFF has grown rapidly to become the most important film-related event in Romania and one of the most spectacular annual events in the region. It is a member of the Alliance of Central and Eastern European Film Festivals (CENTEAST) and it is supported by the Creative Europe - MEDIA Programme. In 2011, Transilvania IFF was accredited by the FIAPF, which places it among the 40 most important festivals in the world.