Brasov International Film Festival & Market: July 19-29, 2012

A new annual film festival showcasing nonviolent feature films is launching in Europe. The festival takes place in Brasov - Romania and it will screen a total of nine feature films in competition.

Brasov Film Center and the City Hall of Brasov have signed a five-year partnership agreement for the organization of an eleven-day film festival in Brasov, Romania. The festival is named Brasov International Film Festival & Market and its first annual edition will take place from July 19 to 29 in 2012. The main location of the festival and market will be the monumental Dramatic Theater 'Sica Alexandrescu' that is located in the historical center of the city. Free public screenings will also take place throughout the festival period in the main piazza, Council Square, of the old city.

Film submissions are now open to filmmakers from around the world. There is no submission fee. All films must be feature length, nonviolent, spoken in English or with English subtitles. Priority will be given to World Premieres and to European Premieres. A total of nine feature films will be selected in competition and they will screen at the Dramatic Theater. The films screened in the piazza will be out of competition.

For information contact: Brasov Film Center.

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