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 »»»

 

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‘4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days’ screening at The Photographers Gallery

Cristian Mungiu’s astonishing Palme d’Or winner precipitated the Romanian New Wave of filmmaking. A poignant and provocative account of a friendship between two women who are brought even closer when one of them undergoes an illegal abortion during the last days of communism, powered by an astonishing central performance by Anamaria Marinca. Directed by Cristian

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The 11th Romanian Film Festival: Breaking New Ground – in Edinburgh

BREAKING NEW GROUND presents exciting movies issuing from the effervescent Romanian film industry. We bring you new releases, rare classics, talented artists, and hot debates with film experts and critics, from Romania to the UK. Special events, galas and conversations complement the screenings, continuing the tradition of the festival as a joyful celebration of Romanian

The Romanian New Wave: Tales From the Golden Age

Romania 2009. Directed by Hanno Höfer, Cristian Mungiu, Constantin Popescu, Ioana Uricaru, Razvan Marculescu. With Vlad Ivanov, Alexandru Potocean, Diana Cavallioti, Radu Iacoban, and Tania Popa. A series of vignettes from five contemporary Romanian directors, including the Palme d’Or winning Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days and Beyond the Hills). Five whimsical yet

Maria T, Memories

The 11th Romanian Film Festival: Breaking New Ground – in Liverpool

BREAKING NEW GROUND presents exciting movies issuing from the effervescent Romanian film industry. We bring you new releases, rare classics, talented artists, and hot debates with film experts and critics, from Romania to the UK. Special events, galas and conversations complement the screenings, continuing the tradition of the festival as a joyful celebration of Romanian

4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days at Filmhouse, Edinburgh

Directed by Cristian Mungiu; starring Anamaria Marinca, Laura Vasiliu, Vlad Ivanov, Alex Potocean, Ion Sapdaru. Rated 15 – Contains strong language and abortion theme Romanian and English with English subtitles In Communist Romania, 1987, a poor college student has become pregnant. After much hesitation (four months, three weeks and two days of hesitation, to be

Romanian Film Festival

The 11th Romanian Film Festival in London: Breaking New Ground

BREAKING NEW GROUND presents exciting movies issuing from the effervescent Romanian film industry. We bring you new releases, rare classics, talented artists, and hot debates with film experts and critics, from Romania to the UK. Special events, galas and conversations complement the screenings, continuing the tradition of the festival as a joyful celebration of Romanian

Cambridge Film Festival – Japanese Dog

This moving directorial debut focuses on the reconciliation between a father and his prodigal son who emigrated many years ago. This is a beautifully directed chamber piece that profits from an exceptional performance by Victor Rebengiuc. Cast: Victor Rebengiuc, Serban Pavlu, Laurentiu Lazar, Kana Hashimoto, Ioana Abur, Alexandrina Halic  

Cambridge Film Festival – Japanese Dog

This moving directorial debut focuses on the reconciliation between a father and his prodigal son who emigrated many years ago. This is a beautifully directed chamber piece that profits from an exceptional performance by Victor Rebengiuc. Cast: Victor Rebengiuc, Serban Pavlu, Laurentiu Lazar, Kana Hashimoto, Ioana Abur, Alexandrina Halic  

Romanian Films at the East End Film Festival

A Very Unsettled Summer  by Anca Damian Intense heat and gathering storms in summertime Bucharest provide the background to A Very Unsettled Summer, the latest film from lauded Romanian director Anca Damian (Crulic). A clever, bewitching drama about what we would like to believe about ourselves and others.

Romanian Films at the East End Film Festival

The Second Game by Corneliu Porumboiu A timely film in a World Cup year, Romanian New Wave auteur Corneliu Porumboiu’s (12:08 East of Bucharest, Police, Adjective) The Second Game takes us back to 3rd of December 1988, a night in which the director’s father was acting as the referee in a football match between two