Brasov, Romania — September 10, 2014 – For immediate release – The 3rd edition of Brasov International Film Festival & Market (www.brasovfilmfestival.com), the most important and renowned nonviolent Film Festival in the world, continued today with the screening of the sixth film in competition, FLIGHT, spoken in English with Romanian subtitles. The film, a Hollywood production, is starring Denzel Washington with Nadine Velazquez and Don Cheadle. It is directed by Robert Zemeckis.
The evening has been broadcast live by TVS-Brasov, a television channel watched by 87% of the families in the County of Brașov, headed by journalist Ovidiu Gradinar. Journalist Denisa Dumitru started the presentation addressing the TV viewers. Angie Antal was interviewed live by TVS and she has introduced to the TV audience the seventh film in competition, ABOUT TIME, which will be screened tomorrow evening with Romanian subtitles. The film is starring Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy. It is directed by Richard Curtis.
The Festival this evening was presented by Film Director Bruno Pischiutta and Actress Denisa Barvon. After the screening they introduced the audience to the next film in competition also showing its trailer. The actress Mary Spark was introduced to the audience as a graduate of the 2013 International Film Workshops and a member of the Festival’s Team. Also the journalist Ovidiu Gradinar was invited on the stage to address the audience, as well as the TV viewers, talking about what implies the making of a TV show and about the idea of nonviolence that he and the Festival share. Director of the Festival Daria Trifu had the pleasure to interview him.
The Festival takes place this year from September 4th to the 14th at the ‘Reduta’ Cultural Center located in the heart of the city of Brasov, Romania.
Brasov International Film Festival & Market thanks to the following partners: TVS-Brasov, RMN Stars, Nissa, Hotel Bella Muzica, 24-Fun, Wigo.ro, Metropola and Oktoberfest Brasov.
Each year the Festival is dedicated to a cause. This year the theme of the Festival is Africa, a continent full of problems and promises.