The seventh edition of Pelicam – International Film Festival on Environment and People took place in Tulcea, Romania, at the gate of Danube Delta, between June 21 – 24, 2018. More than 40 environmental documentaries were lined up, together with debates, exhibitions, workshops, concerts and many other events. The program of the festival was more diversified than ever. Between the films from the competitions, there were special screenings, workshops, discussions and book releases
The European Commission chose Tulcea and the Pelicam festival to officially launch the EUandME campaign in Romania a campaign that aims to bring young people closer to European values.
Program of the screenings was very versatile, and among many others included: Among the Untamed Romania (Tom Barton -Humphreys, Romania, 2018); Weit: The Story of a Journey Around the World (Gwendolin Weisser, Patrick Allgaier, Germany, 2017); Not Without Us! (Sigrid Klausmann, Germany, 2016) and Sea of Life (Julia Barnes, Canada, 2017), Bluefish (Mert Gökalp, Turkey/Portugal/UK/Greece/Croatia, 2017), How Expensive Is Nature? (Daan Veldhuizen, Netherlands, 2017).
RESPONSEABLE short films (Rethinking Plastic and Responsible tourism) were screened throughout the frstival (June 21-23) at the opening and closure of the each of the days, and were watched by thousands of participants and guests from Romania from France, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Armenia, Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia, Turkey.
The films are now available in English and Romanian languages.