The King’s War
Community Links created a communication and promotion platform for the documentary The King’s War among the students in history and political sciences from the University of Bucharest and The National School of Political Studies and Public Administration.
The film, based on exclusive images and interviews with King Michael of Romania, the last head of state remained alive since the Second World War, presents the life of King Michael from childhood to the central point of the documentary, the arms return by Romania against the Axis powers, a historical moment whose central figure was King Michael.
The documentary, produced and directed by Trevor Poots and John Florescu, brings to light unpublished documents from Romanian and foreign archives and benefits of the historical consultation of Matei Cazacu, one of the most important Romanian historians, and of other Romanian and foreign experts in recent history.
With the help of Community Links, the documentary was presented to the students in history and political sciences from both universities who had the opportunity to debate over the topic with the production team, professors and eye witnesses in order to learn more about the making of the documentary and about the political context of that time.