• Feature
  • 106 Minutes
  • Germany, Moldova, Republic of
  • Language: Romanian

"...a clear-eyed, unsentimental, and very gently liberating homage to all the girls of times gone by and all the girls of times to come... " (Jessica Kiang, Variety)

Director: Ana-Felicia Scutelnicu

Screenwriter: Ana-Felicia Scutelnicu

Production Company: WEYDEMANN BROS



2016, Filmfest München, Germany

San Sebastian IFF

Warsaw Film Festival, Poland

Les Films de Cannes a Bucarest, Romania

Minsk International Film Festival, Belarus

Noordelijk FF, Netherlands

Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Greece

Exground Filmfest Wiesbaden, Made in Germany Award, Germany

Black Nights Film Festival Tallinn, Estonia

Around the World in 14 Films Festival, Germany

Festival Premiers Plans D’Angers, France

Trieste Film Festival, Italy

Göteborg FF, Sweden; Vancouver International Women in Film Festival, Best Cinematography Award , Canada

Guadalajara IFF, Mexico


Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Ana-Felicia Scutelnicu

DOP / Camera: Cornelius Plache, Max Preiss, Luciano Cervio

Editor: Hannah Schwegel

Music: Stephan Franz, Stephan Bruns, Manja Ebert

Sound: Niklas Kammertöns

Producer: Jakob .D Weydemann, Jonas Weydemann

Cast: Ana Morari , Andrei Morari, Dragoș Scutelnicu


Ana-Felicia Scutelnicu

Ana-Felicia Scutelnicu was born in Moldova in the former Soviet Union. After four years in Benin in West Africa, where she worked at the theatre, she moved to Berlin and studied Directing at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (dffb).

She was a jury member at the Warsaw International Film Festival and the Sofia International Film Festival. Prior to her Directing studies she worked as an assistant director for the German documentary filmmaker Volker Koepp and the Romanian director Christian Mungiu.

Her short films have received awards at international festivals such as ZINEBI Bilbao, Warsaw, Motovun and others. For “Panihida” she won the prestigious Robert Bosch Co-production Prize. The film celebrated its world premiere at the Rome International Film Festival 2012 and won the “CinemaXXI” competition.
For “Anishoara” she won the “When East Meets West” Development Award 2013 in Trieste. The film is her graduation film at the dffb.

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