Libra Film is an independent film/ TV production company founded by Tudor Giurgiu in 1994. Between 2000 and 2019, Libra Film produced around 40 films, with a focus on international co-productions. Over the years, the films were presented in the official selection of international festivals such as Cannes, Berlin, Venice, Toronto, Locarno, Karlovy Vary, San Sebastian, TIFF and Sarajevo, receiving various awards.
Main titles: Parking (d. Tudor Giurgiu, 2019), Breaking News (d. Iulia Rugină, 2017), The History of Love (d. Radu Mihăileanu, co-production, 2016); Why Me?, by Tudor Giurgiu, world premiere in Panorama, Berlinale 2015; The World is Mine, by Nicolae Constantin Tănase, Special Jury Mention – Karlovy Vary 2015; The Japanese Dog, by Tudor Cristian Jurgiu, world premiere at San Sebastian IFF 2013; Cannibal, by Manuel Cuenca (minority co-production), selected at Toronto IFF, San Sebastian IFF 2013; Of Snails and Men (2012), directed by Tudor Giurgiu, co-produced by Agat Films (France); Katalin Varga, by Peter Strickland, Silver Bear at Berlinale 2009 and European Discovery of the Year at the EFA Awards; Love Sick (2006), by Tudor Giurgiu, The Great Communist Bank Robbery (2004), by Alexandru Solomon, co-produced by Les Films D’Ici (France).
Libra Film also produced the 2012 Best European Short Film at the EFA Awards, Superman, Spiderman or Batman, by Tudor Giurgiu, awarded at many international festivals worldwide (Aspen, Munich, Valladolid etc.).
Libra Film is supported by the Creative Europe programme – MEDIA of the European Union for its slate of projects including features and documentaries.
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