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Cluj-Napoca

Les Films de Cannes à Cluj-Napoca
October 14 – 16
At Cinema Victoria

Special Guest: the French filmmaker Alain Guiraudie will present, on Saturday, October 15th, the film Rester Vertical and the erotic thriller L’Inconnu du lac.

  • Friday, 14th October
  • Saturday, 15th October
  • Sunday, 16th October

14:00 BACALAUREAT (GRADUATION), Cristian Mungiu (2016, 128′, RO). Award for Best Director (ex-aequo), Cannes 2016.

17:00MA LOUTE (SLACK BAY), by Bruno Dumont (2016, 122′, FR). Official Competition, Cannes 2016.

20:00I, DANIEL BLAKE, by Ken Loach (2016, 100′, UK). Palme d’Or, Cannes 2016.

22:30THE NEON DEMON, by Nicolas Winding Refn (2016, 117′, US). Official Competition, Cannes 2016.

12:00BACALAUREAT (GRADUATION), Cristian Mungiu (2016, 128′, RO). Award for Best Director (ex-aequo), Cannes 2016.

15:00THE SALESMAN, by Asghar Farhadi (2016, 125′, FR-Iran). Award for Best Actor and Award for Best Screenplay, Cannes 2016.

18:00L’INCONNU DU LAC (STRANGER BY THE LAKE), by Alain Guiraudie (2013, 100′, FR). Best Director Award -Un Certain Regard, Queer Palm, Cannes 2013. In the presence of the director and the film cristic Irina Margareta Nistor + Q&A.

21:00RESTER VERTICAL (STAYING VERTICAL), by Alain Guiraudie (2016, 100′, FR). Official Competition, Cannes 2016. In the presence of the director and the film cristic Irina Margareta Nistor + Q&A.

12:00LA FILLE INCONNUE (THE UNKNOWN GIRL), by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne (2016, 106′, BEL). Official Competition, Cannes 2016.

15:00ELLE, by Paul Verhoeven (2016, 130′, FR). Official Competition, Cannes 2016.

18:00BACALAUREAT (GRADUATION), Cristian Mungiu (2016, 128′, RO). Award for Best Director (ex-aequo), Cannes 2016.

21:00JUSTE LA FIN DU MONDE (IT′S ONLY THE END OF THE WORLD), by Xavier Dolan (2016, 95′, CAN-FR). Grand Prix/Ecumenical Jury Prize, Cannes 2016.

The tickets can be bought at Cinema Victoria. Price: 12 RON.

Promotions: 10 RON/ticket, for 5 tickets bought; or 8 RON/ticket for 10 tickets bought.

All films are shown in their original language and are subtitled in Romanian. In addition, some of them are subtitled in English or French.