Starting on August 15, a new edition of the Open Air Cinema event will debut in Bucharest.
During 4 weeks, from Tuesday to Sunday, the public will have the opportunity to watch 21 of the most outstanding films of recent years, which have been nominated and awarded at important international film festivals such as the César Awards, the Golden Globes, the Festivals of Film from San Sebastián, Venice and Cannes, and even at the Oscars.
The collection includes titles from the genres of thriller, comedy, drama and animation, and admission to the screenings is free.
The complete program of the event can be consulted on the web page: https://cinemainaerliber.ro/.
What award-winning films you will be able to see
From August 15-20, screenings will start at 9:00 p.m.
Tuesday, August 15 – The Eight Mountains (2023), directed by Felix van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch, produced in Italy, running 147 minutes.
Wednesday, August 16 – Pentru mine tu esti Ceaușescu (2022), directed by Sebastian Mihăilescu, made in Romania, with a duration of 85 minutes.
Thursday, August 17 – Almost (2023), directed by Lukas Dhont, made in Belgium, with a duration of 105 minutes. The film received an Academy Award nomination and 48 other awards and 62 nominations.
Friday, August 18 – Beau’s Fears (2023), directed by Ari Aster, made in the United States, with a duration of 179 minutes.
Saturday, August 19 – Triunghiul Tristeții (2022), directed by Ruben Östlund, made in the United States, with a duration of 150 minutes. The film received 3 Academy Award nominations, as well as 21 other awards and 71 nominations.
Sunday, August 20 – New Toy (2023), directed by James Huth, made in France, with a duration of 112 minutes.
The event organized by the District 3 City Hall is committed to offering viewers an alternative to watching movies on TV and bringing the general public closer to European cinema and beyond.
Open-air cinema will be held on the Island of the Arts in Titan Park, and all those who love cinema are welcome during this period.