4 Romanian movies in 2015 at the Toronto International Film Festival (Sep 10-20)

TIFF – the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival – lights up this beautiful city every September.

There is a healthy dose of cool Romanian cinema for us to sample this year, including new productions from established directors such as Corneliu Porumboiu (Police, Adjective) and Radu Muntean (The paper will be blue).

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Directed by Andreea Cristina Bortun
Romania | 15 minutes | World Premiere

Chronicling a day in the life of a rather solitary woman as she has to part from her much-younger lover, this film is a study in the art of non-verbal communication and the uselessness of words in the face of the inevitable.


Directed by Florin Serban
Romania/Germany/France | 94 minutes | North American Premiere
A promising teenage boxer and a struggling thirtysomething actress become entangled in a daily ritual that walks the line between flirtation and stalking, in the provocative new feature from award-winning Romanian director Florin Serban.


Directed by Radu Muntean
Created by
Romania/France/Germany/Sweden | 93 minutes | North American Premiere
Artist: | North American Premiere

In this brilliantly executed slow-burn thriller from Romanian director Radu Muntean, a family man who witnessed the prelude to a murder determines to keep his mouth shut and mind his own business — until the possible killer turns up at his door one day and begins to ingratiate himself into the lives of his wife and son.


Directed by Corneliu Porumboiu
Romania/France | 89 minutes | North American Premiere

Two neighbours set out to unearth a buried treasure in their own backyard, in this delightful fusion of contemporary fairy tale and political parable from Romanian New Wave master Corneliu Porumboiu (Police, Adjective).

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