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Rosia Montana – Memory in Stone

Rosia Montana – Memory in Stone

The cinematic essay Memory in Stone is a very poetic and ethereal film about memory and remembrance. Iosif Demian, director of photography for The Stone Wedding  directed by Mircea  Veroiu returns to the place where the shooting once took place, in Rosia Montana, to make a film about the film.

Invitatie la gala de decernare a premiilor IPIFF5

Invitatie la gala de decernare a premiilor IPIFF5

 Sâmbătă seară, între orele 19:00 - 22:00, va avea loc gala de decernare a premiilor IPIFF5 la Teatrul National Constanţa. Gala va fi transmisă LIVE pe situl www.ipiff.ro, începând cu ora 20:30.

Different Mothers

“Different Mothers” is based on a true story that happened to polish movie director Krysztof Kieslowski during the filming of “Station” (1981) in which some of his footage was nearly used as evidence in a criminal case. Kieslowski later said that he abandoned documentary film making due, in part, to this incident and he realized that fiction films not only allowed more artistic freedom, but could portray everyday life truthfully.   Inspired by this incident, in the film “Different Mothers”, five young men go to a “Station” to film a documentary about “people waiting”. Deciding to finish everything in one day, they stay till late in the night. As time passes by each of the characters is influenced, in a different way, by the events in the station and the accumulated fatigue. The movie unveils stories, told by the characters, in which the mother’s attitude towards them in childhood had a deep impact over each character’s personal life. This is happening the same way in real life and becomes a subject of thought regarding the relationship between parents and children and not only that, also putting the viewers in a spot where they can discover events in their own lives or heard about from others. The “Station” grows to the dimensions of a huge life crossroad, point of going and coming, waiting for something or somebody, coming into being the feelings of waiting, loneliness… A leitmotif through out the movie dialogue is sentences like “Arrival of a Train at a Station” (Lumiere) 1895 and “about people waiting “(Kieslowski). The movie has 10 (ten) sequences, the last one depicting a tragic event, similar to the happenings in 1981 documentary “Station”, but with a different impact.  Our movie wants to show the relationship between the movie maker and the filmed reality, thus creating the illusion of control.

But Who Dances With the Piano Player?

But Who Dances With the Piano Player?

But Who Dances With the Piano Player?

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