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Andreea Cristina Bortun
Andreea Bortun is a Romanian screenwriter, graduate of UNATC, Bucharest. She has also studied literature, art theory and philosophy at ECLA of Bard, a liberal arts college in Berlin. She has worked on more than 15 short scripts. She also writes film reviews for magazines such as Film Menu, The Institute and Decat o revista, in Romania. Andreea has been part of several training programs such as Sarajevo Talent Campus, Apulia Film Experience and Midpoint. Since 2006 she's the co-director of the biggest Theatre Festival for Youth in Romania (Ideo Ideis), an event supported by actor Jeremy Irons. She is currently developing two of her short projects, Mr. Moonlight and The Death Field, together with New York based director Luiza Pârvu as well as her first feature length project A day off.