The 5th FILM+ Residency Announces Selected Projects


    BUCHAREST: Sixteen projects from Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Moldova were selected for the 2020-2021 FILM+ Residency, which will take place online from 26 to 31 October 2020.

    The selected projects include five long documentaries, two feature films and nine short fiction films.

    The tutors of the FILM+ Residency 2020 are: Alexander Nanau, Monica Lăzurean-Gorgan, Ada Solomon, Anamaria Antoci, Alex Trăilă, Ana Drăghici, Adrian Sitaru, Tudor Cristian Jurgiu, Paul Negoescu, Roxana Szel, Alexandru Radu, Alex Baciu and Andrei Gorgan.

    FILM+ Residency is part of the FILM+ project, a lab for supporting and promotion of independent projects in film, animation and video-art made by young artists from Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Republic of Moldova who just graduated or are self-learned.

    “Film+ is rapidly growing in front of our eyes, judging by the increased number of submissions. We are emphasizing the role Romanian filmmakers have in the region and Europe in general, while for this edition we are fully powered by local professionals sharing their experience with tailored contribution for each projects part of our line-up”, Alex Traila, co-founder Film+.

    The residency has four sections: Work in Progress Lab, Production Lab, Development Lab and Film + Expanded.

    The FILM+ programme was initiated by Romania's Asociația Graphis 122 and its 5th edition is supported by the MEDIA - Creative Europe and the Romanian Film Centre.


    Development Lab:

    Toma and His Friends (Romania)
    Directed by Alexandru Mircioi

    Lesson of Maturity (Republic of Moldova)
    Directed by Eugeniu Bocancea

    Tender Is the Night (Romania)
    Directed by Elena Morar

    Us (Bulgaria)
    Directed by Kosta Karakashyan

    Cut It (Romania)
    Directed by Sorin Poamă

    Worlds Apart (Serbia)
    Directed by Tamara Broćić

    A Winter Morning Stillness (Romania)
    Directed by Vasile Todincă

    Production Lab:

    Are There The Stars Out Tonight? (Romania)
    Directed by Andrei Răuțu

    Last Call (Serbia)
    Directed by Hayat Aljowaily & Kaja Grujic

    Everything Tastes Strange Today (Bulgaria)
    Directed by Kristina Spassovska

    The Way of the Dragon (Romania)
    Directed by Monica Stan

    5000 Km (Romania)
    Directed by Paul Chirilă

    Work in Progress Lab:

    Building no. 2 (Republic of Moldova)
    Directed by Alexandr Dzechis

    Time Travel (Republic of Moldova)
    Directed by Arcadie Plăcintă

    The Man and His Shadow (Romania)
    Directed by Dragoș Hanciu

    Voev: Greetings to the Gods (Bulgaria)
    Directed by Bilyana Kirilova