Acasă, My Home

 
For two decades, the Enache family - nine kids and their parents - lived in a shack in the wilderness of Bucharest Delta, one of the biggest urban natural reservations in the world, with lakes and hundreds of species of animals and rare plants. When the authorities decide to claim this ecosystem, the family is told to resettle in the city - a reality they know nothing about. Kids that used to spend their days in nature have to learn about city life. Radu Ciorniciuc’s debut is a study of gentrification, seen through the eyes of a family trying to adapt to the new life they never asked for. (Sundance Film Festival)

Director's Biography
Radu Ciorniciuc co-founded the first independent media organization in Romania, Casa Jurnalistului. He works as a long-form writer and undercover investigative reporter, focusing on human rights, animal welfare, and environmental issues across the globe. For ACASĂ, MY HOME he received the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Cinematography at Sundance.
Films - Selection
Acasă, My Home (2020, doc)
Competition Documentary 2021
Radu Ciorniciuc
Romania / Finland / Germany 2020
color
85 minutes
Romanian
OV with English subtitles

Screenings / Tickets


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Screenplay Lina Vdovîi, Radu Ciorniciuc
Cinematography Mircea Topoleanu, Radu Ciorniciuc
Editing Andrei Gorgan
Sound/Sounddesign Andreas Mühlschlegel
Music Yari, Codrin George Lazăr, Gaute
Producer(s) Monica Lăzurean-Gorgan, Radu Ciorniciuc, Alina David, Erkko Lyytinen, Ari Maikainen, Ümit Uludağ, Martin Roelly, Erik Winker
Production
Manifest Film, HBO Europe, Corso Film, Kinocompany
World Sales
Autlook
Austrian Premiere
World Premiere
Sundance Film Festival 2020