Aliyah DaDa - 116'
- Fri, 12/07/2018 - 17:30
Aliyah DaDa presents a documented history of Jews in Romania. In 1882, a small community in Moinești was leaving for the Holy Land, to establish one of the first settlements in Palestine. Since then, the path of Jews towards Israel has been intertwined with the history of modern Romania through a love-hate bond, the influences of which might not be ever quantified. The historical tale is visually trimmed in the Dada style as a tribute to the pioneers of this movement, Tristan Tzara and Marcel Janco, two Jews of Romanian descent.
Born in Bucharest, she studied Law and Journalism. She started her career in the film industry as a director of documentaries for the Romanian Television. She has extensive experience as
a producer of films, TV programs, music videos and events. Currently she is working as the executive director of Transilvania International Film Festival.
2016 Gopo Awards; Best Documentary
2015 DocuArt FF; Best Editing
2015 Indie Festival Film Independent Producers of IPIFF; Best Documentary Film