After having studied Psychology in the University of Bucharest (Romania) between 2009 and 2012, I decided to study cinema in the Poetical Cinematography School – Francisc Mraz (Bucharest, Romania), where I discovered, between 2014 and 2016, the beauty of film art.

I have been working in the film industry as a 2nd AD and teaching Lindy Hop and Charleston dance in Bucharest (Romania), which means that on a daily basis I feel the pleasure and the great happiness of pursuing my two passions: film and jazz dancing. 



PROJECT Scenes From Logănești

Being an orphan is one of the most painful feelings a child could experience. That’s what thist film is about: the way a child perceives loneliness and death (of a parent).

The story is about a six-year-old girl who lives with her ill mother. When her mother dies, the villagers feel responsible for the little girl and wonder who is going to adopt her. They all show pity, but apparently nobody truly wants to take care of her. Fortunately, there is a strange woman who takes action on the girl’s destiny and somehow convinces an old couple to adopt her.

The story takes place around an archetypical world, surrounded by poetry and sensitivity. One of the author’s aesthetic intentions is to permeate the film with an oneiric feeling and to convey the idea that the entire narrative structure is made up of dreamy elements and subtle metaphors.