«Out of 11 bioregions in the European Union, Romania has 5. More than any other country»

TIFF: Modern Times Review speaks with Wild Romania director Dan Dinu ahead of the epic nature documentary's world premiere.

After thousands of kilometres traveled and hundred of hours of footage shot, the epic nature documentary Wild Romania is set to premiere at the 2021 Transilvania International Film Festival. The film is one wholly dedicated to the expansive and diverse nature and wildlife of Romania — the most biodiverse on the continent. Some 10 years in the making, Wild Romania, the film opens up some never before seen images from across the country.

Anticipating the film’s premiere, Modern Times Review spoke with nature photographer, filmmaker, and director of Wild Romania, Dan Dinu. Here, we speak on how expansive Romania’s natural footprint is, where some of its best experiences can be found, the threats it experiences coming from climate change and industry, and more.

Wild Romania will world premiere at the 2021 Transilvania International Film Festival in the Piaţa Unirii Open Air programme on 30 + 31 July. The 20th Transilvania Film Festival takes place 23 July – 1 August, 2021 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Wild Romania, a film by Dan Dinu, Cosmin Dumitrache
Wild Romania, a film by Dan Dinu, Cosmin Dumitrache

Romania has one of (if not the most) diverse collections of animal life and ecosystems . . .

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