Film and Theater Dialogue: “Large Print”

(UNATC Island – Premiere – Thursday, June 9, 7:00 p.m.)

Thursday, June 9 at 7:00 pm, UNATC inaugurates a series of events, under the title “DIALOG Teatru-Film”, on UNATC Island, at the headquarters of Mate Voivodeship Street No. 75-77, there will be the first meeting and open dialogue with managers radu goodAnd the Giannina Serbonarioactors Serpan Lazarovichi And the Sylvian Falcodirected by Andre Ross.

In class 21:00. We will have a special introduction, made by Jermina Nagy Faculty member of the National Council for the Study of Security Archives (CNSAS), y External screening of “Capital Typography”Directed by Radu Goode, adapted from The Giannina Serbonario Show, starring Serpan Lazarovici.

The event, which will be held on June 9, will also enjoy the presence of A External exhibitions “Captures” – A selection of the safety profile of Mugu Călinescu, the directors’ main inspirational material.

The dialogue and screening of the June 9 movie was presented by Special offer on Saturday 28th May, to me Studio in the auditorium of the Odeon Theater for the presentation of “Capital Typography”.Directed by Giannina Serbonario and starring Silvien Falco.

Event partners are freedom house romaniain the framework of the “FUSI- Festival of Unsettled Ideas” project, co-financed by the European Commission through the Europe for Citizens programme, Odeon Theater And the Radio Romania Cultural.

New series of UNATC cultural debates Theater and Film Dialogue It is proposed to bring members of the two creative communities into the artistic and critical dialogue.

Inviting fellow event coordinators to think of a format for that evening, we thought the most interesting thing would be to open, on this occasion, a very useful dialogue between the performing arts and cinema, two artistic environments at the many ongoing intersections (including at the university level, which It includes faculties dedicated to both fields, and creative collaborations between them are very rare).

Together, on June 9, in the discussion on typographic capital, we will try to reflect on the details of the adaptation of a real situation (and the social and political context that generated it) in theater and cinema, as well as the links and differences in approach, depending on the artistic environment and the peculiarities of each. Andrei Ros – assistant. Fr – UNATC and Coordinator Theater and Film Dialogue.

In the case of “Tipografic majuscul”, theater and cinema are two different modes of artistic expression, which collaboratively question the same episode in Romania’s recent history: the anti-communist protest of September 1981 by the young Mugur Klinescu.

May marks the 101st anniversary of the founding of the Romanian Communist Party. What validity, relevance and power do theater and film have in questioning the modern history of Romania, which is dominated by one political narrative, communism?

The film, inspired by the dramatic story of Mugu Călinescu, is an excellent artistic precedent for the present in which we live. He leisurely explains to nostalgia and deniers, who are more than we realize, why communism is a deep disease, and postcommunism is a protracted convalescence, rather than a simple event in modern history. It does this immeasurably better than textbooks or anti-communist speeches in public life.“Announces Jermina NagyIn preparation for the June 9 event.

On Thursday, June 9, we will discuss with the authors and heroes of artistic productions about the power of art to intervene in the rectifier of history, but also about the details of adapting a specific context separate from a particular reality in conventions that, at first glance, seem very different: in theater and film.

About “Print Capital”: Show and Film

Theatrical performance “Capital Typography” is a co-production of the AKOM Drama and the International Theater Festival in Nitra, Slovakia, in partnership with the Odeon Theater and is part of the European project “Parallel Lives – The twentieth century through the eyes of the secret police“.

Director Giannina Serbonario chose the file of the minor Mogor Klinescu as a file.

“The modus operandi was to interrogate the document by theatrical means. The script behind the presentation of “Print Capital” is a collection of material Ready (Documents and interviews), but the show is an exercise in fiction, a fiction that attempts to question the implications of this fact in recent history and how it helps us understand the world we live in today.” Giannina Serbonario.

The film “Capital” by director Radu Judd connects two stories and two stories through the technique of editing. One is the true story of the teenager Mogor Kalinscu, who in 1981 wrote a series of texts on chalk walls against the dictatorship of Nicolae Ceausescu. His story was organized while Giannina Carbonario reconstructed it from his security file. The second is Romania’s Official Story: photos from the National Television Archive, exactly from the same period.

Mogor Kalinsko (May 28, 1965-February 13, 1985) He was only 17 years old and was a student at AT Laurian High School in Botosani when in September 1981 he alerted security forces for a month because he had written inscriptions on walls and panels in order to provoke people in reaction to the violation The blatant of all civil rights and liberties, the disastrous state of the economy at the time. After his arrest, he was constantly called to security. Two years after September 1981, Mogor Kalinscu developed leukemia and died in 1985.

Access to the event:

In discussion and presentation on Thursday 9 June (UNATC . Islandat the headquarters in Mate Voivodeship no. 75-77), Free admission. The event is open to all interested.

In case of bad weather, the event will be held in Cinema Theater, from the same site, UNATC – Street. Mate Voivodeship, No. 75-77.

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