Marian Tutui
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Born in Bucharest, 1961. Graduate of the University of Bucharest (Romanian and Bulgarian Philology) Ph.D. on Balkan cinema at UNATC (Romanian Academy of Theatre and Cinema) in 2007. Filmologist (since 1993) and curator of the Romanian Cinematheque (since 1995). Professor of history of cinema at Hyperion University in Bucharest. Visiting professor at the University of Vienna (2008- 2010). Member of FIPRESCI (2008) and of juries for film festivals. Artistic director of Divan International Film Festival (2010 till present).   Author of 4 scripts for television documentary films broadcasted in Romania, Greece, R.Macedonia, Albania. Author of four books on cinema “A Short History of Romanian Cinema” (2005, 2011, in Romanian and English), “Manakia Bros or the Moving Balkans” (2005, in Romanian and English), “Orient Express. Romanian and Balkan Cinema” (2008, 2011 in Romanian and English, Award of the Romanian Film Critics Association) and “Manakia Brothers or the Image of the Balkans” (2009) as well as articles included in volumes (Refugees and Film, Skopje, 1994; Cinematographies of Small Nations, Skopje, 1997; Cinema of the Mountains, Turin, 2003, Cinema of the Balkans, London, 2006).  Since 1995 collaborator to magazines with film criticism in Romania, USA, Moldova, Macedonia, Hungary, Russia and Bulgaria