Presented in partnership with the Trust for Mutual Understanding
Festival organizersВ Corina Moldovan-Florea and Benjamin Ribout are traveling all the way from Romania to showcase highlights from Pelicam, Romania’s leading forum for environmental film. Joining them will be Romanian documentary filmmakerВ Dan Curean, who will present the Washington, DC premiere of his award-winning film Gone Wild.
GONE WILD (Romania, 2012, 88 min.) Washington, DC Premiere Itв’s well known that the Danube Delta is a natural paradise. Here is the nest of the largest colony of pelicans in Europe, for example. Here still, after the fall of Communism, when the state agriculture collapsed, horses were set free on the fields. They ended up living in groups and during winter they find shelter in Letea Forest. They are not originally wild horses; they got wild in time. Directed by Dan Curean. Produced by George Bucur and Ton Okkerse.
Introduction and short video presentation with Corina Moldovan-Florea and Benjamin Ribout, Co-Directors of Pelicam International Film Festival (Romania). Discussion with filmmaker Dan Curean follows screening.
Sunday, March 22, 6:00 p.m.
FREE. No reservations required.
Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium, 1530 P St., NW (Metro: Dupont Circle)