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March 28th – April 2nd, 2017 / Cinema Muzeul Țăranului & Cinema Elvire Popesco / the 7th edition

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017
On Wednesday, November 29th, Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival BIEFF continues its new series Politics of the Body, created in collaboration with the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania (MNAC Bucharest), with the third screening: The Cinematic Body.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Within the theme and focus of its third edition – FILM & EXPERIMENT – Spotlight: Romania, the yearly showcase for contemporary Romanian cinema taking place in The Hague, has invited Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival BIEFF to present a series of works as this year’s guest festival.
Friday, September 15, 2017
On Thursday, September 28th, Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival BIEFF continues its new series of screenings: Politics of the Body, created in collaboration with the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania (MNAC Bucharest). Mix of conceptual art, surrealist reverie, genre film, found footage and activist discourse, the selection creates a dialogue between five films which push the boundaries of the body and of its cinematic representation.
Friday, August 18, 2017
On Friday, the 25th of August, Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival BIEFF opens a new series of screenings – The Politics Of the Body – at the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania – MNAC Bucharest. On the border between cinema and performance, BIEFF invites the audience to reflection and empathy, raising a debate on our preconceived ideas about the human body – its presentation, re-presentation and self-presentation.

Monday, April 10, 2017
The 7th Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival BIEFF came to a successful end on Sunday, the 2nd of April. Once again this year the audience attended in great numbers our screenings and special events, proving once more an ever-increasing interest in state-of-the-art experimentation at the border between cinema and visual art. 

Friday, March 31, 2017
With the kind support of the Goethe-Institut and distributor The Match Factory, Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival BIEFF 2017 closes with a gala screening of Manifesto, by German visual artist Julian Rosefeldt. A unique event for both the visual arts and the cinema world, Manifesto has been initially conceived as a multi-screen film installation, shown internationally in prestigious museums and galleries.

Saturday, March 25, 2017
Within its long-term educational partnership with Cannes’ Quinzaine des Réalisateurs, BIEFF 2017 brings to Romania the latest feature by legendary cult filmmaker, Alejandro Jodorowsky, venerated for his provocative surrealist masterpieces of the 1970s (Santa Sangre, El TopoThe Holy Mountain).

Saturday, March 18, 2017
True to its consistent focus on experimentation, both at a psycho-emotional level and in terms of cinematic language, BIEFF 2017 International Competition invites the audiences to self-analysis and debate on profound layers of human nature, with its two theme programmes Searching for Transcendence: Spirituality in the Digital Age and Cutting the Cord: Family Love and Its Discontents.

Saturday, March 18, 2017
Taking further the inspiring collaboration with the innovative International Film Festival Rotterdam, BIEFF offers the Romanian cinephile audience the rare opportunity to see a few of the most interesting 2016 Tiger Awards for Short Films Nominees. Focusing on cinema's role in the (re)presentation of recent history, with its intricate social and political entanglements, the theme program Painting With History relativizes notions such as reality and fiction, falsehood and truth, analysing the ways subjectivity and objectivity intertwine in constructing our personal and collective memory and identity.

Monday, March 13, 2017
Within the ongoing inspiring partnership with Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art Berlin and with the kind support of Goethe-InstitutBucharest International Experimental Film Festival offers the Romanian audience the rare opportunity to see some of the most thought-provoking titles from Berlin International Film Festival's avant-garde section Berlinale Forum Expanded.