Brasov, Romania — September 13, 2014 – For immediate release – The 3rd edition of Brasov International Film Festival & Market (www.brasovfilmfestival.com) continued today with a full house at the screening of the ninth film in competition, GLOW OF THE FIREFLY, directed by Khalid Mahmood Mithu. The film was spoken in Bengali and specially subtitled in Romanian language for the Brasov people present at the Festival. This makes the film accessible to the entire Romanian public, whether in theaters or on TV, and it soon could be distributed nationally. The international film stars, who are members of the production team, the Executive Producer Mr Ebne Hasan Khan coming from London, and the film’s Producer and Managing Director of Impress Telefilm Ltd. Mr Faridur Reza and Mrs Kona Reza, Executive Producer at Impress Telefilm Ltd. coming from Bangladesh, presented the film with Bruno Pischiutta. The audience appreciated very much the film which received thunderous applause in many rounds.
The screening was also attended by the Esteemed Plenipotentiary Romanian Ambassador in Cuba Mr Dumitru Preda, who honored the Festival with his presence.
The evening was presented by Film Director Bruno Pischiutta and Actress Angie Antal. The Director of the Festival Daria Trifu was introduced to the audience along with Denisa Barvon, the ‘Face’ of the last year’s Festival. After the screening they invited the audience to take part in the awards gala tomorrow night and the screening, out of competition, of the Global Film Studio’s successful feature documentary BRASOV: PROBABLY THE BEST CITY IN THE WORLD, with Romanian subtitles. This documentary which was presented at the ‘Romanian Cinema Week’ festival held in Havana, Cuba, is unanimously recognized as the best documentary done about the city of Brasov.
Between September 12 and 14 the Festival takes place at the elegant Cubix Design Hotel, one of the top hotels in Transylvania.
Brasov International Film Festival & Market thanks to the following partners: RMN Stars, Nissa, Hotel Bella Muzica, 24-Fun, Wigo.ro, Metropola and Oktoberfest Brasov.
Each year the most important and renowned nonviolent Film Festival in the world is dedicated to a cause. This year the theme of the Festival is Africa, a continent full of problems and promises.