|Screenings of Bucharest Express
9, 2005 - Bucharest Express will be shown in New York. The
screening is at the Pioneer Theatre, East Village, at 7 pm. Please
view the theatre's website for ticket information: www.twoboots.com/pioneer/
11-14, 2005 - The Wadsworth Atheneum will show
Bucharest Express in a venue in the Aetna Theatre as part of the
2005 Summer Film Series. For further information please view
or call the box office (860) 278-2670, ext. 3142 to purchase
June 4-6, 2004 – Bucharest
Express is shown at the Flint Film Festival in Flint Michigan.
The festival is held at Mott Community College's Regional Technology
Center. See www.flintfilmfestival.org
for more information.
2004 – Bucharest Express
Accepted by the Tivoli International Film Festival, held at Bard
College in New York, June 25-27th. The festival is focusing on
inventive international films whose ideas have been banned or censored
for political, cultural, or social reasons. The films shown at the
festival will critique and convey themes that are considered
subversive in their countries of origin. The festival will illuminate
subject matter that may not always reach the mainstream media, but
that has an important place on the global stage. For more information
on the festival click below.
Bucharest Express also has been
selected for showing at Christ Church in Cambridge, Mass. as part
of an 8-week series of films addressing worldwide issues of concern.
This showing will be on April 12th at the church at 7 p.m.
For more information
on Christ Church, please click below.
28, 2002 - Bucharest Express Screenings Cross the Globe!
The First American screening of Bucharest Express will take
place at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut (USA). The
screening of the film will be on the 2nd of April, 2002 at Yale
University, in the Henry Luce Auditorium, at 4pm. Natalia Tkachenko,
the Moldavian investigative reporter is being brought to campus by the
Yale Center of International and Area Studies. The center is
sponsoring the screening under the direction of Dr. Brian Carter.
Natalia was one of the first to report on the trafficking of Moldovian
women, and helped to write the script. Natalia toured the USA in 2000
telling her story and now is expected to speak on the panel with Dr.
Chuck Portz, the director of the film.
Announced! Columbia University, NYC: Continuing on a tour of the
Ivy's, Bucharest Express will be shown at the Columbia School
of Journalism on the 3rd of April, 2002, at 9am. Natalia Tkachenko
will also speak at Columbia, along with Chuck Portz.
A screening of Bucharest Express at Harvard University is
scheduled for the 7th of May, 2002, at 4pm, at the Carpenter Center
for Visual Arts, Lecture Hall. Reception will follow. The panel is
currently being assembled.
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The world premiere showing of Bucharest Express will take place
in Moldova. The 19th of May, 2002, has been set as the date for this
showing of the film. It is scheduled to run for five days. The event
will take place in Chisinau, the capitol of Moldova (and the city
featured in numerous location shots in the film). The country will
also enjoy celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moldavian Film
Company on the the 18th of May. The event is coordinated by Valentin
Todercan, the director of the Moldova-Film Studio.
went to the UK! The prestigious Bradford Film Festival in England
(which took place on the 10th of March, 2002) was the first festival
where Bucharest Express was a participant. Director Chuck Portz
was there to present the film. Reactions to this screening were
2, 2001: The following is a copy of one of the early press
releases that went out to promote interest and coverage regarding
Bucharest Express. Enjoy!