CineMaraton TV is coming to Moldova!

With seven years of broadcasting experience, CineMaraton TV of Romania, which is part of the Clever Media Network group, starts a new project - CineMaraton Moldova - a film channel dedicated to cinephiles from both banks of the Prut River, which will enter the list of television channels available in the Republic of Moldova, IPN reports.

In a message, OWH Studio, the representative of CineMaraton in the Republic of Moldova, announced that the launch will take place on June 1, 2024 at midday at the National Museum of Arts.

The new TV station aims to broadcast Romanian and Moldovan films of all genres (artistic, documentary, short film, animation). The idea of building this bridge of films over the Prut River was welcomed and enthusiastically supported by the representative cinema forums of in the two countries, attesting to a huge interest of Moldovan viewers in Romanian productions, be it classic films, especially historical, or films signed by the new generation of filmmakers, which treat themes focused on the difficult times we live in.

On the other hand, there is also a natural openness of the Romanian public to cultural products coming from the Bessarabian space. From the cinematographic works of the great director Emil Loteanu to the box-office success of the recent production “Carbon”, the Moldovan cinematographic universe includes hundreds of titles with so many complex approaches. In classical Moldovan cinema, we will find such titles as “The Fiddlers”, “Red Meadows”, “Dimitrie Cantemir”, “Danila Prepeleac”, “Luceafărul”, “Following Miorița’s Tracks”, which will familiarly suit the taste of the Romanian audience, especially the one from a particular part of the country that watched Moldovan television programs during communism.

The new TV station will also explore the products of Moldovan cinema after 1989, the success of director Valeriu Jereghi at the Cannes Festival with the film “And it will be...” which is an important milestone. More recently, authors like Leontina Vătămanu or Violeta Gorgos are regular names at film festivals. There is also a generation of Moldovan filmmakers who studied in Romania and already proved their specificity in Romanian cinema. Names like Valeriu Andriuță, Dorian Boguță, Igor Cobileanschi, Iura Luncașu, Mihai Mihăescu or the younger Andrei Brovchenko and Lina Vdovyi fuel the hope and conviction that CineMaraton Moldova will assert itself as a formidable “marathoner” loved by the Moldovan public.

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