Irina Margareta Nistor, the unmistakable voice of cinema, is invited to ABIFF interviews to tell more about films, animation, the film festival and psychoanalysis.
One of the most famous film critics in Romania, the only voice heard on television in the 1980s, Irina Margareta Nistor, managed to educate an entire generation and lay the foundations of a film culture for Romania.
Under the communist regime, she worked as a translator for TVR and is known for secretly dubbing over 3,000 films recorded on videotapes and brought from the West.
For her entire effort and for the huge imprint she left on Romanian culture, Irina Margareta Nistor was awarded the Carol I Medal.
We invite you to watch a special interview about a life like in movies dedicated to cinema.
The event is organized by the ABI-Foundation within the project “Bucharest International Animation Film Festival – ABIFF”, funded by the EEA Grants 2014-2021 under the RO-CULTURE Program, the call “Strengthening cultural entrepreneurship and audience and public development” ( session 1).