On March 2, 3 and 4 there will be a screening of director Corneliu Porumboy’s film “Whistleblowers”. The film tells the story of Christie, a police inspector in Bucharest who plays on both sides of the law. When the handsome Gilda enters him into a risky robbery, the two must go the way of lies and betrayals.
The documentary “Where Are You Joao Gilberto?” Will be screened in the following days, March 5 and 6, respectively. The film portrays Gilberto, an influential Brazilian musician who pioneered the music genre Bossa Nova.
Claire Darling, directed and directed by Julie Bertuccelli, will be available for audience on March 7th and 10th.
“Claire Darling wakes up on the first summer day convinced that this will be her last day in life. She decides to vacate the house and sell everything she has, without exception, from precious ‘Tiffany’ lamps to various other items she owns, ”says the film’s release, starring Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastrojani.
The movie “The Mercy of God” is set to be released on March 11 and 31, a 2019 work by renowned French director Francois Ozone. The film follows the life stories of three grown men – Alex, François and Emanuela, their traumas and years of struggle with themselves.
March 16 at the Cinematheque is booked for Isis Bolaini’s July. July is the nickname of Cuban ballet dancer Carlos Acosta, a world ballet legend and the first black-and-white dancer to play one of the main ballet roles. Acosta is a ballet dancer who does not want to play ballet.
On March 30 at 6pm there will be a playing of “Where We Belong” by Jacqueline Hind, a documentary on the struggles of young people with their parents’ separation, and the audience will watch “Unusual” at 8pm the same day. This is the accomplishment of Olivier Nakash and Eril Toledano, a film story of two educators of children and adolescents with autism.
The last day of the month, March 31, from 6 pm will go to “Chronophobia”, a Swiss film by Francesco Ritz, a chronicle of an impossible love story.