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“Reboot” short movie officially launched at TVR 2’s Show #NuExistaNuSePoate and now available on-line

Dear friends, I had the pleasure and honor of being invited to Andreea Marin’s latest show, #NuExistaNuSePoate on National Television TVR 2.

We had a lovely talk about the “Reboot” short movie and about different aspects of my life so far and the path I walked since I was a kid.

More than one year has passed since I made “Reboot” with all my heart and all my soul and nothing else. It had an amazing run in the festivals’ circuit and won 5 awards:

  • – 1st place in the “Special Jury Prize” category at the BioFiction Science-Art Film Festival in Vienna, in September 2019,
  • – Honorable Mention at Canada Shorts Film Festival, in November 2019
  • – Best Short at the Eurasia Film Festival in Moscow, in March 2020,
  • – Honorable Mention at the Wallachia Film Festival in Romania
  • – Best Short in the “Amateur Dramatic < 40” category at the Raw Science Film Festival in Los Angeles, US in August 2020

I am profoundly honored and humbled and amazed by the great reception my independent, no-budget, self-shooted short film received and I want to say “Thank you!” from the bottom of my heart to the jury members and festival organizers from around the world who took the time to watch my submitted short film and decided to select it into their programs and even awarded it. Thank you!

My dream is to make films and my hope is to make them interesting enough so people will watch them. “Reboot” was, up until now, in a closed circuit of the festivals and it was not available online, and my wish is to make it available so anyone could watch it.

With the occasion of today’s show, #NuExistaNuSePoate by Andreea Marin at TVR 2, I made “Reboot” available for watching for free on the Internet (I am holding the copyright and all the rights, though) both on Vimeo and on YouTube.

“Reboot” short movie can be watched on Vimeo here: and/or on YouTube here:

You can find “Reboot” short movie on Facebook here: and on IMDB here:

Please don’t be shy and share the news about “Reboot” using the hashtag #RebootShortMovie


“Reboot” is my second short movie, made in 2019, with no budget (zero budget), all by myself. I worked for two and a half months, nearly 12 to 14 hours per day, every day, covering all the departments from story creation and writing, screenplay writing, interpreting, shooting, editing, recording, sound work, and a bit of VFX.

There are two shots where the camera makes a panning move (vertically and horizontally) and I had to be in the frame, interpreting the character, so for those shots, my mom stepped in and moved the camera accordingly to my instructions. That is the reason why my mom appears as “Camera Assistant” on the end credits.

“Reboot” short movie in the news

Winning its fourth international award at the Raw Science Film Festival in Los Angeles, US, the independent short movie “Reboot” made it to the news!

It was presented on the official website of Kanal D news:

Screenshot from also published an article about the award:

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“Reboot” short movie WON Best Amateur Dramatic Short at Raw Science Film Festival in Los Angeles, US

An incredible honor, “Reboot” short movie won the Best Short Award in the “Amateur Dramatic < 40” category at the Raw Science Film Festival in Los Angeles, US!

Winner - Amateur Dramatic Short - Raw Science Film Festival - Los Angeles USA 2020

It will be screened in Los Angeles in February 2021 and in Las Catalinas, Costa Rica.

This is the fourth international award for “Reboot”. At Raw Science Film Festival, “Reboot” was in competition with films from 29 countries.

screenshot from the Raw Science Film Festival’s website

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for this honor and joy to the jury and to the organizers of the Raw Science Film Festival, and congratulations to all the winners and nominees!

The entire list of awards and nominees can be checked here:

“Reboot” short movie by Andrei Thutat Ungur – cover image

“Reboot”​ short movie Won BEST SHORT at the Eurasia International Film Festival in Moscow, Russia, 2020

What an incredible honor and joy! Dear friends, I am very happy and privileged to announce that my short film “Reboot” just Won “BEST SHORT” at the Eurasia International Film Festival in Moscow, Russia and it will be projected on the big screen in Moscow, at the festival, on 1st of March 2020 !!! What an honor!

Eurasia Fest 2020, Moscow, Russia – Best Short Award Laurel for Reboot short movie by Andrei Thutat Ungur, Romania

This is the 3rd time “Reboot” wins an award at a festival and the 13th official selection so far!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the jury and to the entire team of Eurasia International Film Festival !!! I am extremely happy and honored and humbled by your decision!

Congratulations to all the winners from other categories and to all the participants, it is a privilege to be among you!

The official list of winners is already on the festival’s website, go check it out! 🙂

“Reboot” short movie by Andrei Thutat Ungur from Romania listed BEST SHORT on Eurasia Fest’s website, 2020, Moscow, Russia

It is a privilege to have my work appreciated and recognized!
Thank you!

Certificate for BEST SHORT Award for Reboot short movie by Andrei Thutat Ungur, from Romania, at the Eurasia Fest International Festival 2020 Moscow, Russia

I also want to thank from the bottom of my heart to my dear friend Olivia Tuzlaru for her tremendous help with the Russian Language subtitle translations for “Reboot” short film. Thank you, my dear! 🙂

Reboot short movie page:

Eurasia International Film Festival website:

“Reboot” short movie by Andrei Thutat Ungur from Romania poster updated with BEST SHORT laurel from Eurasia Fest International Festival 2020 Moscow, Russia.

“Reboot” short film’s review and BioFiction Festival cover article on social media

“Reboot” short film’s review and the September 2019 event’s review from blog by Régine Debatty.

Screenshot from article part reviewing Andrei Thutat’s “Reboot” short film – winner of the Special Jury Prize at Bio-Fiction Science Art Film Festival 2019 in Vienna, Austria.

Reboot movie Won the Special Jury Award at BioFiction Film Festival 2019, Vienna

Dear friends,

I am very happy and humbled to announce my second short movie, “Reboot”, has won the Special Jury Award at BioFiction Film Festival 2019, Vienna!

I want to thank the organizers for this incredible honor and joy and I want to congratulate the winners from the other categories (Documentary and Fiction) and all the participants.

Official announcement on BioFiction Facebook page

The official list of finalists and winners is available on the Biofiction Festival 2019, Vienna website, as well as on the official BioFiction Festival Facebook page.

Certificate for the Award Won at Bio-Fiction Science-Art Festival with Reboot short movie

Stay tuned on Reboot short movie official facebook page for the latest news.

Reboot movie is among the finalists at BioFiction Festival 2019, Vienna

Dear Friends,

The last couple of days were incredible and brought great news.

I am happy, honored and humbled to announce that my second short movie, “Reboot” was selected to be part of the Biofiction Science Art Festival 2019 in Vienna and it is among the finalists, waiting for the theatrical screening, on September 23 and 24, 2019 at Stadtkino City Cinema in Vienna, Austria. You can find the list of all the finalists and more details about the festival and the venue here:

I am also honored to have been invited to join the festival, so if you’ll be in the area, come and let’s meet 🙂

Biofiction Semi-Finalists 2019

Above, you can see a screenshot of BioFiction Festival’s website, listing the finalists of this year among which I am honored to be. But please, don’t stop at the screenshot, go visit the festival’s website and come to the festival, next week! 🙂

And, below, the official selection notification which I had to read several times to believe my eyes.

Official selection notice from BioFiction Festival regarding Reboot movie.

It’s an incredible feeling and joy to have my movie selected and to be invited to the festival and I want to thank the organizers for this wonderful honor, I want to congratulate all the finalists and the participants and I hope to see you there.

Andrei Thutat Ungur.

Reboot Short Movie Official Facebook Page:

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