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18:00MAUDIE, by Aisling WALSH (2016, 115’, Ireland/Canada). Focus Ethan Hawke. PREMIERE, with introduction by Irina Margareta Nistor
20:45GEMINI, by Aaron Katz (2017, 93’, USA). Official selection, Locarno FF, 2017. PREMIERE

Cinemateca Eforie
18:15MOONLIGHT, by Barry JENKINS (2016, 111’, USA). Oscar for Best Motion Picture, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Adapted Screenplay. The film will be followed by a Skype talk with the director Barry Jenkins
21:15PATTI CAKE$, by Geremy JASPER (2017, 108’, USA). Official Selection, Sundance 2017, Cannes 2017 – La Quinzaine des réalisateurs. PREMIERE

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16:00CAPTAIN FANTASTIC, by Matt Ross (2016, 118’, USA). Nominated, Oscar for best actor in a leading role, Viggo Mortensen, Best Director Prize, Un Certain Regard, Cannes 2016, Official Selection, Sundance, 2016
19:00THE LITTLE HOURS, by Jeff Baena (2017, 90’, USA). PREMIERE. Honouring the presence in Romania of John C. Reilly
21:00HER, by Spike Jonze (2013, 120’, USA). Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, 4 Oscar nominations. Honouring the presence in Romania of Joaquin Phoenix

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16:00BEFORE MIDNIGHT, by Richard Linklater (2013, 109’, USA/Greece). Focus Ethan Hawke, Oscar nominee for Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay 2014
18:30 – THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, by Wes Anderson (2014, 100’, USA/Germany). Oscar for Best Costume Design (Milena Canonero), Best Makeup, Best Music. Honouring the presence in Romania of Milena Canonero
20:45HARD EIGHT, by Paul Thomas Anderson (1996, 102’, USA). Honouring the presence in Romania of John C. Reilly

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16:00PATERSON, by Jim JARMUSCH (2016, 113’, USA). In competition, Cannes 2016
18:30CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, by Luca GUADAGNINO (2017, 130’, Italy, France, Brasil, USA). PREMIERE. Official Selection, Sundance 2017, Selection, Berlin 2017
21:15WIND RIVER, by Taylor SHERIDAN (2017, 111’, USA). Official Selection, Sundance 2017, Best Director, Un Certain Regard – Cannes 2017

Cinemateca Eforie
16:00LOVING, by Jeff NICHOLS (2016, 123’, USA). In competition, Cannes 2016
18:30GOOD TIME, by Josh & Benny SAFDIE (2017, 100’, USA). In Competition, Cannes 2017. 2017 Cannes Soundtrack Award
20:45MAUDIE, by Aisling WALSH (2016, 115’, Ireland/Canada). Focus Ethan Hawke

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18:15LOVING, by Jeff NICHOLS (2016, 123’, USA). In competition, Cannes 2016
21:00NOVITIATE, by Maggie BETTS (2017, 123’, USA). PREMIERE. U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Director, Maggie Betts, Sundance 2017

Cinemateca Eforie
18:30GEMINI, by Aaron Katz (2017, 93’, USA). Official selection, Locarno FF, 2017
20:45PATERSON, by Jim JARMUSCH (2016, 113’, USA). In competition, Cannes 2016

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18:30INGRID GOES WEST, by Matt Spider (2017, 97’, USA). Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, Sundance 2017. PREMIERE
21:00BORN TO BE BLUE, by Robert BUDREAU (2015, 97’, Canada/UK). FOCUS ETHAN HAWKE. PREMIERE. Tokyo IFF, Toronto IFF. Introduction by Ethan Hawke

Cinemateca Eforie
18:30NOVITIATE by Maggie BETTS (2017, 123’, USA). U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Director, Maggie Betts, Sundance 2017
21:00CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, by Luca GUADAGNINO (2017, 130’, Italy, France, Brasil, USA). PREMIERE. Official Selection, Sundance 2017, Selection, Berlin 2017

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17:30THEY, by Anahita GHAZVINIZADEH (2017, 80’, USA/QUATAR). PREMIERE. Official Selection, Cannes 2017
19:15BOYHOOD, by Richard LINKLATER (2014, 165’, USA). Focus Ethan Hawke. Berlin 2014, Silver Berlin Bear, Best Director, Golden Globes 2015, Best Motion Picture, Best Director. Introduction by Ethan Hawke

Cinemateca Eforie
21:00CAPTAIN FANTASTIC, by Matt Ross (2016, 118’, USA). Nominated, Oscar for best actor in a leading role, Viggo Mortensen, Best Director Prize, Un Certain Regard, Cannes 2016, Official Selection, Sundance, 2016

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19:00BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD, by Sidney Lumet (2007, 117’, USA). Focus Ethan Hawke. Projection in the presence of Ethan Hawke, followed by Q&A

Cinemateca Eforie
18:30THEY, by Anahita GHAZVINIZADEH (2017, 80’, USA/QUATAR). PREMIERE. Official Selection, Cannes 2017
20:30INGRID GOES WEST, by Matt Spider (2017, 97’, USA). Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, Sundance 2017