Saturday, September 10 – Tuesday, September 20 | 14:00 – 20:00 | Bucharest Photofest 2016 | National Theatre Bucharest

1 September, 2016

Bucharest Photofest 2016
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Where: National Theatre Bucharest, French Institute Bucharest, Elvira Popescu Cinema, Journey Pub and More, Cărturești, Bistro Carusel.
When: Saturday, September 10 – Tuesday, September 20
Visiting hours: 14:00 – 20:00


Starting September 10, Bucharest is becoming more visual than ever. Bucharest PhotoFest, the most intense photography festival in Romania is beginning. Under the Let’s get visual! slogan, the event aims to bring beauty to the city in all its artistic manifestations and to engage all citizens in a story that enriches everyone. Nearly 30 events – exhibitions, film screenings, debates, workshops and presentations portfolio – will create an effervescent atmosphere in the city, for both professionals and photo enthusiasts.


This year’s edition highlights artists and culture in Morocco and France, while the main themes focus on commercial and fine art photography. Together we will enjoy the presence of internationally renowned artists: Mathieu Le Lay (FR), Tim Flach (UK), Katarina Blazhyievska (UA), Anka Zhuravleva arts (RU), Troy Moth (CA),Panagiotis Filippou (GR), Marius Budu (DK), as well as others, who will exhibit works and will share stories with the Romanian public.


Sony World Photography Awards, the largest competition in the world, photo exhibitions dedicated to Moroccan culture, the most important exhibition of photography competitions in Ukraine, official projections of films like HUMAN (directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand), La Quête d’Inspiration or world premiere of documentary Siwa and Orah, these are just some of the intense visual moments of the story that will officially end on September 20.

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