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The Return of Iuliu Maniu
Iuliu Maniu's family have tried to locate his remains on three occasions and were left defeated just as many times. His family members have tried to relocate his remains on three occasions and were left defeated just as many times. Alongside of the philosopher Mircea Vulcanescu, the Greek-Catholic bishop Ioan Sociu and the Orthodox monk Daniil Sandu Tudor, Iuliu Maniu counts as one of the great missing figures of the communist penitentiary system. Maniu counts as one of the great missing figures of the communist penitentiary system since he died in a prison in Sighet in 1953 and was buried God knows where, without a cross or a tombstone.
The Life of the Haholi
Oana Ivan, a 36-year-old anthropologist from the city of Cluj-Napoca, followed the Haholi in the village of St. Gheorghe, by the Danube Delta, for seven years. Her goal was to create a documentary about the lives of this ethnic minority (descendants of the Cossacks) that are almost unknown to the rest of the country.
The Stingiest Man on Earth
Twenty years ago, when he was nothing more than a timid teenager from small-town Romania, Cristian Cojiță met a man who changed his life, and perhaps not only his life. It's quite likely this man, without being aware of it, initiated a string of gratitude and inspired events for many other seemingly lost causes.
Saving the Cinema
You only need one person. Just one. One person who will say “no” when others demand that he renounce his faith and enroll in the substandard which claims “that’s just the way it is.” This kind of person will be, in most cases, so alone that he’ll begin to ask himself if his life is an illusion, an invention of some vengeful god. That’s not Victor Purice.
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