Cadoul de Craciun

CountryRomania, Spain
Length23 min
LanguageRomanian
DirectorBogdan Muresanu
ScreenwriterBogdan Muresanu
ProducerBogdan Muresanu, Vlad Iorga, Victor Dumitrovici, Dan Burlac, Eduardo M Escribano Solera
DoPTudor Platon
EditorAndrei Balasoiu
CastAdrian Vancica
GenreFiction

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On the 20th of December, 1989, a few days after Ceausescu´s bloody repression in Timisoara, a father´s evening turns to sheer ordeal as he finds out that his little son has mailed a wish letter to Santa. As the kid understood, his father’s desire was to see Ceausescu dead.



Bogdan Muresanu
He produced and directed his first short film in 2012, based on his own script, “Half Shaved”. It won the Audience Award at “Anonimul” IFF Sf. Gheorghe (Romania) and was shown in festivals in Montreal, Cinequest, Cleveland, Reykjavik, York, Oaxaca, Maremetraggio, Lille, Reggio. “Half Shaved” (2012, drama, 12’) In 2016, Bogdan finished his next short called “Spid”. Same year, a short art film “Negruzzi 14” was show-cased at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in 2016. In 2018, the short

Cadoul de Craciun

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CountryRomania, Spain
Length23 min
LanguageRomanian
DirectorBogdan Muresanu
ScreenwriterBogdan Muresanu
ProducerBogdan Muresanu, Vlad Iorga, Victor Dumitrovici, Dan Burlac, Eduardo M Escribano Solera
DoPTudor Platon
EditorAndrei Balasoiu
CastAdrian Vancica
GenreFiction

On the 20th of December, 1989, a few days after Ceausescu´s bloody repression in Timisoara, a father´s evening turns to sheer ordeal as he finds out that his little son has mailed a wish letter to Santa. As the kid understood, his father’s desire was to see Ceausescu dead.



Bogdan Muresanu
He produced and directed his first short film in 2012, based on his own script, “Half Shaved”. It won the Audience Award at “Anonimul” IFF Sf. Gheorghe (Romania) and was shown in festivals in Montreal, Cinequest, Cleveland, Reykjavik, York, Oaxaca, Maremetraggio, Lille, Reggio. “Half Shaved” (2012, drama, 12’) In 2016, Bogdan finished his next short called “Spid”. Same year, a short art film “Negruzzi 14” was show-cased at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in 2016. In 2018, the short