A week will be dedicated to Romanian films here in Constanta and Mamaia. The festival will honor the memory of great Romanian actors who have perished and also will award different prizes to local actors.
The Romanian Film National Festival presents in Constanta the most important Romanian cinema productions in the last year as part of a competition with four sections: Feature films, Short Films, Documentaries and Student Films. The jury will award prizes for the best film of each section, best actor / actress and best director, best original screenplay, best adapted screenplay, best image, best soundtrack, best costume design, best makeup and also an Award of Excellence. Each section from the competition has a jury of three members chosen from leading figures in the country.
Piaţeta Cazino din Mamaia
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The car is the most convenient and inexpensive alternative to get to Constanta. The distance between Bucharest - Constanta is 225 km and can be made in 2 hours and 30 minutes. The time increases considerably during the summer months, when roads are crowded with those who want to sunbathe on the Romanian coast. The most popular route is Sun Highway: Bucharest - Fundulea - Lehliu - Drajna - Fetesti - Cernavoda - Constanta.
At the railway station from Constanta arrive trains from the most important cities of the country: Bucharest, Suceava, Iasi, Buzau, Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu, etc. Trains of different categories leave from Bucharest and the minimum duration of the trip is of 4 hours. Ticket price starts from 30 lei.
Constanta has two airports: The International Airport Mihail Kogalniceanu and the Tuzla Airfield. In Constanta arrive flights from Bucharest, Timisoara, Milano, Pisa, Brussels, Nuremberg, Wien.