For the third year in a row, the law firm bpv GRIGORESCU STEFANICA shows its commitment to the media industry by supporting the development of the Jewish Film Festival in Bucharest, which promotes knowledge and proximity through art.
The festival debuted yesterday, 21 October, with the Opening Gala which took place at the Romanian Peasant Museum. During the five days of festival, the Romanian public will have the opportunity to see a total of 36 films hosted by the Romanian Peasant Museum and the cinema Elvira Popescu of the French Cultural Institute.
“As time showed, starting with the very first edition of the film festival in Romania, we have had a very well prepared team of lawyers on our side helping to ensure the legal framework necessary for the smooth running of the festival. bpv GRIGORESCU STEFANICA not only contributed to the foundation of this cultural manifestation, but it sustained each year an event that, we hope, will become a milestone of the Romanian cultural scene”, stated at the opening ceremony Ovidiu Morar, President of the Cultural Foundation Art Promo, organiser of the event.
Through its implication in the organisation of the Bucharest Jewish Film Festival, the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) team of bpv GRIGORESCU STEFANICA proves its commitment to the industry sector in which they activate. The lawyers offered legal guidance to the organisers of the festival regarding the financing and partnership agreements concluded with this occasion.