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November 2nd, 2014
Join the Bozeman Doc Series in viewing the recently released documentary Waiting for August by filmmaker Teodora Ana Mihai.
“Waiting for August follows Georgiana Halmac who turns 15 this winter. She lives with her six brothers and sisters in a social housing condo on the outskirts of Bacau, Romania. Their mother Liliana was forced to leave her family behind to go to Turin, Italy, to earn money. She won’t be back before summer. During their mother’s absence, Georgiana has been catapulted into the role of head of the family, responsible for her siblings cutting her adolescence short.
Caught between puberty and responsibility, Georgiana moves ahead, improvising as she goes. Phone conversations with her mom are her only guidelines. Intimate scenes from the daily life of the seven siblings show us – in an uncensored, fly-on-the-wall style – how real events are experienced and interpreted with great imagination by the children.
You can’t help being amazed by their ingenuity, while also realizing how precarious their daily equilibrium is.”
To learn more about the film and Teodora, follow this link to the official Waiting for August website.