Bucharest, 1972. Ana, 17, dreams of love and freedom. One night, while partying with her friends, they decide to send a letter to Metronom, the musical program which Radio Free Europe broadcasts clandestinely in Romania. It is then that the Securitate, Ceausescu’s secret police, arrives…
He graduated from the Bucharest Film School in 2007 and obtained a master’s degree in political sciences in 2012. He has worked as an Assistant Director for Corneliu Porumboiu and Cristian Mungiu. His first feature documentary, March 8th, about women in the workplace, screened in numerous international festivals in 2013. His second feature documentary, Cinema My Love, a portrait of a Romanian art-house exhibitor, was distributed by Outplay Films in France and released in theaters in May 2017. Metronom, his first fiction film, was in the Official Selection Un Certain Regard at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.
Filmography: Metronom (2022, D'A 2023), Cinema My Love (2017), March 8th (2013)