An exploration of the Aromanian world from the first motion pictures shot in the Balkans by two Aromanians, film pioneers Yanaki and Milton Manakia, to the first film in the cinema history spoken in the Aromanian language.
A young composer and double bass virtuoso, who returns to Romania after studying in Vienna, is arrested by the political police soon after getting engaged and taken to the Pitesti prison, ... See full summary »
Toni Caramusat, a famous film director, is fascinated by the idea of finding the 13th fundamental truth about the Aromanians. According to a myth, this truth is held by Armanamea, the last ... See full summary »
Mo and her best friend are caught cheating during exam by the toughest professor in the university. After Mo asks him for a second chance, the professor invites them to his place. Here, the... See full summary »
Devastated by the First World War and plunged into political controversy, Romania's every hope accompanies its Queen on her mission to Paris, to lobby for its great unification's international recognition at the 1919 Peace Talks.
The documentary film "ARMÂNII, from the famous Manakia to I'm not famous..." is an exploration of the Aromanian world, from the first motion pictures shot in the Balkans by two Aromanians, film pioneers Yanaki and Milton Manakia, to the first film in the cinema history spoken in the Aromanian language, "I'm not famous but I'm Aromanian." The documentary emphasises the connection, made by the viewers themselves, between the films shot by the Manakia Brothers after 1905, presenting moments from daily life and the past of Aromanians, and the film "I'm not famous but I'm Aromanian" which presents, as part of the story, the current situation of Aromanians. The conclusion is that, irrespective of where they live, ARMÂNII share the same name, language and are the same people.