Eva Pervolovici is a Romanian director with an impressive list of short films, video art, photographs and contributions to collective novels or art magazine. Multiple by its forms and styles of expression, the heteroclite work of Eva always carries the same intention: to bring out the subjectivity by leaving surrealism arise in everyday situations. Her short films have been presented and awarded in many festivals (Berlinale, Rotterdam, Cannes…). She also got an MFA Film Advance Practice. Her first feature film Marussia (2012) was shot in Paris and selected at Berlin International Film Festival 2013 – Generation. The documentary The Delta of Bucharest is her second long feature.

The Delta of Bucharest

The history of a place. The communist era. Bucharest. Women in political detention give birth in one of the most beautiful monasteries in Eastern Europe, Văcărești, turned into a prison. Today, wild nature has taken over the site, forming an ecosystem covering several hectares: protected species of fauna and flora... and gypsy families. Children born [...]

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