The daily life of an appartment building in Bucharest, true indicator of social and economic impact in a Romanian society in transition, going through government's austerity mesures. We encounter its inhabitants with their history, their lifestyle, their design, but also their realities: bills to pay, pipes to repair, the administrator's mafia, noisy neighbors, networks and new ways of solidarity being hatched.
Charlotte Gregoire was born in January 1975 in Belgium. She studied music, dance, visual anthropology and documentary. She has a degree in anthropology (ULB Brussels) and post-graduated in Visual Anthropology (University of Manchester, UK). Director, she worked for several years in Brussels Odyssee productions and was a director of the Young Filmmakers Workshop (2003-2007).
Charges communes (2011), Eklektik production-Samsa Films, 80'Méandres, documentaire (2010), AJC, 35'Kitchen à New York, les coulisses de la cuisine transportable (2009), 10’Novembre dans mon quartier (2008), Artkunst, Molenbeek St-Jean, 4x8’STAM, nous restons là (2007), Samsa films, 54’Autonomies et Dépendances (2002), 15'André et Nandi (2001) – Documentaire, Granada center, 25’
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