The 13th ROMANIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN LONDON: TOGETHER AND APART

10 – 14 November 2016, Curzon Soho Cinema (99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5DY) www.rofilmfest.com TOGETHER AND APART is a phrase which may describe the relationship between two partners as they twist »»»

GHiDUL ROMÂNESC (ediția online) poate fi accesat aici

http://www.romani-online.co.uk/ghid Ediția tipărită va fi distribuită la toate punctele de interes ale românilor din Marea Britanie (biserici, consulate, magazine, restaurante, în toate coletele distribuite de Albinuta UK, prin intermediul partenerilor ROMANi ONLiNE, »»»

NOIR FROM EASTERN EUROPE

Profusion brings you an extraordinary trio of crime fiction novels from Romanian authors in English translation, plus an amazing true crime book. PROFUSION PUBLISHERS (www.profusion.org.uk) is an independent British enterprise, publishing popular »»»

 

Monthly Archives: February 2015

povestind despre Festivalul de Film Românesc de la Londra și despre cărțile românești traduse și publicate în limba engleză la Editura Profusion

Cu Ramona Mitrică la Digi24 TV

Ramona Mitrică la Digi24 TV, povestind despre Festivalul de Film Românesc de la Londra (www.rofilmfest.com) și despre cărțile românești traduse în limba engleză și publicate la Editura Profusion (www.profusion.org.uk). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc0PW1sN3Aw

Radu Jude

Romanian film director Radu Jude won the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlin Film festival this year for his black & white historical drama Aferim!

The story takes place in Wallachia of the early 19th century, a time when, although the Romanian Principalities were on their way towards a slow modernization, there were still social realities sending back to older times and an outdated mentality. One of those realities is Gypsy slavery, which lasted from the 13th century up until

Profusion books 2015

List of English translations at Profusion publishing house

Dear Friends, We’re writing to inform you about our growing list of English translations at Profusion publishing house. When we started publishing under the name Profusion, in 2011, our aim was to bring aspects of East European literary culture, hitherto unknown in Britain, to the attention of the reading public. This was because most publications