Online screening + discussion: House of Dolls

The third of our international online events is coming up. This time you can look forward to the Romanian documentary House of Dolls, which will be screened from 8-13 December for free online here on our website, and on 12 December there will be an international discussion on KineDok International's Facebook page.



From 8 to 13 December you can watch the Romanian documentary House of Dolls online for free here on our website. The film will be available in KineDok countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Hungary and Georgia) and will be available with English/Czech/Slovak/Hungarian/Romanian/Georgian or Croatian subtitles. In order to watch it for free, you must enter a voucher, which you can request by emailing us at

On Monday 12 December at 7 PM (GMT+1) there will be an international discussion on Facebook about the documentary. You can look forward to the director of the movie Tudor Platon. It will be moderated by coordinator of KineDok International Maria Cernătescu.

HOUSE OF DOLLS (2020, Tudor Platon, Romania)

The debut of Romanian documentary filmmaker Tudor Platon follows the story of five women in their seventies who go on an annual holiday in the countryside. The week-long trip offers the director a unique opportunity to enter the universe of these seventy-year-old ladies. Cica - the director's grandmother, Nana - the godmother and other friends relax together, sharing their life stories full of nostalgia, funny stories, gossip and everyday troubles. Away from all worries, they speculate about the existence of time and enjoy their moments together. "Life can be hard, but moving on and having fun helps." Glimpses into their lives through conversations full of useful life wisdom and scenes shot with the lightness of the moment present a picture of long-standing friendship and generational understanding.

Tudor Platon

Tudor Platon is an image director, a graduate of the film image section of UNATC Bucharest. His filmography includes short and feature films selected and awarded at festivals such as Toronto, Cannes, Locarno and Warsaw. "Dollhouse" is his directorial debut and is part of a larger and very personal project about his family.

Maria Cernătescu

Maria Cernătescu has a degree in Communication and Public Relations from the University of Bucharest. In 2013, she graduated with a bilingual Master's degree (French, English) in "Inter-cultural and Inter-religious management" at the UNESCO Department in Bucharest. Between 2012 and 2015, she was project manager and representative of the non-profit association "Jeunesse et Reconstruction" in the various projects organized by the association, in France. In the following years she has worked in the cultural field, on various projects and events and starting from 2021 until March 2022, she was Cultural Manager at the "Ion Dumitriu" foundation. Currently she is the project coordinator of KineDok Romania, where she indulges in her passion for film.

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