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Adina Pintilie

Adina Elena Pintilie

Romania / Website

Biography

Adina Pintilie was born 1980 in Bucharest (Romania). She is student of the Film Faculty of National University of Drama and Film I.L.Caragiale Bucharest - Directing Department. She was selected to participate on various worshop and talent campuses. In 2006 on Berlinale Talent Campus, during Berlin International Film Festival and on Aristoteles Workshop, Romania, which is a documentary filmmaking workshop for Eastern Europe organized together with ARTE and TVR. In 2007 it was Script&Pitch Workshop – one year script development workshop Italy/Sweden/France and also Sarajevo Talent Campus, during Sarajevo International Film Festival. Her movie Don´t Get Me Wrong was produced by Aristoteles Workshop.

Filmography:

Her (Romania, 2003)
Some Kind of Loneliness - together with Marius Iacob (13´, Romania, 2004)
Unwatched Trains (8´, Romania, 2004)
Nea Pintea...the Model (12´, Romania, 2005)
Casino (10´, Romania, 2006)
The Fear of Mr.G (20´, Romania, 2006)
SandPit #186 (20´, Romania, 2007)
Oxygen (52´, Romania, 2007)
Don´t Get Me Wrong (50´, Romania/France, 2007)

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Don't Get Me Wrong

Nu te supara,dar.. (Orig.) / 2007 / Romania / 50 min

Somewhere, sometime.. a world in which time runs the same as stones are falling implacably on stones...

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