Sergiu Inizian

Sergiu Inizian is a passionate film critic from Romania. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Film from the Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj Napoca and a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Bucharest. He has written a series of cinema essays for Arcadia, an international non-profit art organisation, co-wrote two short films, and has worked for Transilvania International Film Festival and Les Films de Cannes a Bucarest, two of Romania's most popular festivals. Sergiu is currently developing a film review blog on Medium.

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Latest Film Reviews

They’re Here
A group of upstate New Yorkers share their close encounters with extraterrestrial beings.
Made In Ethiopia
An exploration of the rapid industrialisation in modern-day Ethiopia and China's economic gamble in Africa, seen through the experiences of three women.
Kyuka Before Summer's End
A dad and his twin kids go on a boat holiday filled with unexpected encounters.
Simon Of The Mountain
Simon is 21 years old. He introduces himself as a mover's helper. He claims not to know how to cook or clean the bathroom, but he does know how to make a bed. Recently, he seems to have become a different person…
Returning to her home country to prepare her late mother's home for sale, a Japanese woman finds a collection of letters that alter her perception of her mother's experiences as a survivor of the nuclear bombing.
A sorrow-stricken family from rural Afghanistan seeks justice following the tragic death of their daughter, Zahra, a student at Kabul University.
Blaga's Lessons
A woman's moral compass starts to slip after she is conned out of her savings by a phone scammer.
Sojourn To Shangri-La
During a seaside commercial shoot, a complex art piece vanishes overnight. As the situation comes to a standstill, the assistant art director journeys in search of the installation.
I Saw Three Black Lights
Delving into the heart of the Colombian jungle, a village elder embarks on his final journey. Encountering armed militias, he confronts the violence that has afflicted his community for generations.
A prison officer faces a dilemma after a young man from her past is transferred to the jail where she works.


Yihan Lin on space and texture in her short Sojourn To Shangri-La
07 Apr 2024
Director Yihan Lin on space and texture in her short Sojourn To Shangri-La
Carlo Sironi on his coming-of-age movie My Summer With Irene
14 Mar 2024
Carlo Sironi on his coming-of-age movie My Summer With Irene
Dāvis Sīmanis on the cyclical nature of history in Maria's Silence
01 Mar 2024
Dāvis Sīmanis on the cyclical nature of history and why we need to learn from it in Maria's Silence
Vita Drygas and Andrew Drury on trust and the lure of conflict in war tourism documentary Danger Zone
12 Oct 2023
Danger Zone director Vita Drygas and her film's participant Andrew Drury on building trust, the lure of conflict and the effect on Drury's family life

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