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Restless in Bucharestless; Dorobantu's Docu to be Shown at Tiff (Transilvania International Film Festival)

George Dorobanțu likes independent movies and not only that he likes them but also he makes some of these. He started with Elevator – his first feature – that was made in 2008 with a $200 dollar budget. The film's setting was in an… elevator (of course). So we have nothing but a boy, a girl, both stuck on an elevator. This film brought to George Dorobanțu the Best Newcomer award at 2008 Tiff Romanian Days. This year, the Romanian director has another film included in the Tiff Romanian Days section. It’s his second feature, it’s a documentary (although not a classic documentary), and it’s called Bucharestless. The film was shot on miniDV with a $1500 dollar budget. Dorobanțu is the director, the scriptwriter, the cinematographer and also the editor. He worked with Alexandra M. Păun (producer and cinematographer) and with Lex Dumitru (music composer). The producers describe Bucharestless as a city-verite, a
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Restless in Bucharestless; Dorobantu's to be Shown at Tiff (Transilvania International Film Festival)

George Dorobanțu likes independent movies and not only that he likes them but also he makes some of these. He started with Elevator – his first feature – that was made in 2008 with a $200 dollar budget. The film's setting was in an… elevator (of course). So we have nothing but a boy, a girl, both stuck on an elevator. This film brought to George Dorobanțu the Best Newcomer award at 2008 Tiff Romanian Days. This year, the Romanian director has another film included in the Tiff Romanian Days section. It’s his second feature, it’s a documentary (although not a classic documentary), and it’s called Bucharestless. The film was shot on miniDV with a $1500 dollar budget. Dorobanțu is the director, the scriptwriter, the cinematographer and also the editor. He worked with Alexandra M. Păun (producer and cinematographer) and with Lex Dumitru (music composer). The producers describe Bucharestless as a city-verite, a
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Post-coital: Catalin Mitulescu Completes 'Loverboy'

The filmmaker who gave us The Way I Spent The End of The World, back in 2005, has finished working to his second feature - Loverboy, based on a screenplay previously entitled "A Heart-Shaped Balloon." Mitulescu's film tells the story of Luca, a 20 year-old young guy who lives in Hârşova, a small town near the Danube. Luca seduces girls, makes them fall in love with him and passes them on to a human trafficking network in Constanţa. The policemen call this technique the “falling in love” method and the ones doing it are named “loverboys”. Luca's life changes when he falls in love with a girl named Veli. He's willing to give up everything he did before to be with her. The film stars George Piştereanu and Ada Condeescu, while the shooting took place in Contanţa and its surroundings, although for the last two days of shooting the entire team moved to Bucharest.
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