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    Director, Script Writer, Producer ROMANIA

    Cătălin MITULESCU

    Cătălin MITULESCU

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    Biography

    Catalin Mitulescu was born in Bucharest, Romania, in 1972. He studied Geology in Bucharest and after that spent a couple of years living and traveling Austria, Hungary, Poland and Italy. In 1996, he returned to Romania to study film directing, at the Film University in Bucharest, where he graduated in 2001. In college and after graduation, he directed award winning short films such as Bucharest-Wien, 17 minutes late (Cinefondation, Cannes, 2002), and Traffic (Palm d’Or Cannes 2004). His feature debut, The Way I Spent the End of the World won the "Un Certain Regard" award for Best Actress, Dorotheea Petre in 2006. In 2004, Catalin founded the film production company Strada Film, which has become over the years one of the leading production companies on the Romanian film market. Since then, Catalin has co-wrote and produced short films such as The Boxing Lesson, A Good Day for a Swim (won the Golden Bear, Berlin, 2008), Music in the Blood and the feature film If I Want to Whistle I Whistle (won the Jury Grand Prix and the Alfred Bauer Award in Berlin, 2010).

    Films presented at Cannes

    LOVERBOY
    LOVERBOY 2011 Un Certain Regard Script / Dialogue, Director
    THE WAY I SPENT THE END OF THE WORLD
    CUM MI-AM PETRECUT SFÂRSITUL LUMII THE WAY I SPENT THE END OF THE WORLD 2006 Un Certain Regard Director, Script / Dialogue
    TRAFIC
    TRAFIC 2004 In Competition – Short Films Director, Script / Dialogue
    17 MINUTES LATE
    17 MINUTE INTARZIERE 17 MINUTES LATE 2002 Cinéfondation Director
    BUCAREST - VIENNE 8: 15
    BUCURESTI - WIEN 8:15 2001 Cinéfondation Script / Dialogue, Director

    Awards

    TRAFIC
    TRAFIC 2004 Palme d'Or - Short Film Director, Script / Dialogue

    Jury members

    Member - Cinéfondation & Short Films - 2019
    Director, Script Writer, Producer ROMANIA

    Cătălin MITULESCU

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