In March, EEFB continues to focus on Romanian cinema with three films that highlight different aspects of Romanian society. Love Sick by Tudor Giurgiu tells the story of three young students who are caught in a love triangle, Kapitalism: Our Improved Formula by Alexandru Solomon follows the fate of seven Romanian businessmen and Police, Adjective by Corneliu Porumboiu is a film about the moral hesitations of a police officer.

After having reviewed The Mill and the Cross for our February issue, we interviewed the historian Michael Francis Gibson who was the screenwriter of the film. In the Retrospectives section, Moritz Pfeifer gives an interpretation on a Rembrandt painting and its connection to another František Vláčil film, Marketa Lazarová.

Finally, we bring you Mothers and Matchmaking Mayor, two films that screened at the Berlin International Film Festival last month.

EEFB editors
Moritz Pfeifer & Konstanty Kuzma