Almost 30 premieres of short and full-length films made in Moldova by young filmmakers will be shown within the Chronograph Evenings that start in the evening of May 24.
During the next three days, the Odeon Cinema will host short films and fiction, animated and documentary films made in Moldova during the last two years, starting at 6:30pm. The authors of the films, film crews and actors will attend the screenings.
Contacted by IPN, director of the Coronagraph International Documentary Film Festival Virgiliu Margineanu said the Chronograph Evenings are staged to make sure that May does not pass without film screenings as the Chronograph Festival will not be held this year. The next edition of the festival is a jubilee one and time and resources are needed to organize it appropriately.
This evening, there will be shown the short films “Nine lives”, Spectrum”, ”Cedric’s Car” and “Waves of Desert”. On May 25, there could be seen almost 20 short films of five minutes each made by young Moldovan filmmakers within the project ”My Moldova”. These are about Moldovan values, folklore and society.
On May 26, there will be presented two productions: the documentary “I, Geniu Cioclea” and the short film “Salix Caprea”.
Entrance to the Chronograph Evenings is free of charge, depending on the available places.