Our British Documentary season is back in Râmnicu-Vâlcea this autumn, with the "Antim Ivireanul" Library hosting several outstanding documentary film screenings between 11 October and 15 November.
British Documentary is a project developed by the British Council in Romania since 2010. Every year, the British Documentary season starts in Bucharest and tours multiple other cities across Romania, featuring a new selection of top documentaries nominated or awarded by the Grierson Trust at The British Documentary Awards, one of the most prominent events of its kind. The films shed light on some of the most fervent issues in our world, from environmental activism, politics and arts to society, the media and technology.
All documentaries are subtitled in Romanian. Entry is free of charge.
The British Documentary screenings take place every Tursday from 17.00 at the "Antim Ivireanul" Library.
- 11 October, 17.00 - “Children of the Gaza War” (2016, R. James Jones, 59 min)
- 18 October, 17.00 - “Attacking the Devil” (2016, R. Jacqui Morris, David Morris, 100 min)
- 25 October, 17.00 - “Inside Einstein's Mind: The Enigma of Space and Time” (2016, R. Jamie Lochhead, 60 min)
- 1 November, 17.00 - “Women in sink” (2015, R. Iris Zaki, 36 min)
- 8 November, 17.00 - “Behind Closed Doors” (2016, R. Anna Hall, 59 min)
- 15 November, 17.00 - “Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur” (2016, R. Charlotte Scott, 60 min)