Romanian actress Anamaria Marinca joins an exquisite ensemble of film-makers who, as part of EUNIC London's 'Craft of Film', a series of events hosted by Barbican Centre and running between 22-28 February 2017, will reveal and explain the technical abilities that make cinematic magic possible.
We celebrate Romania’s National Culture Day with the official opening of the Romanian Section at Willesden Green Library in Brent, London’s borough which hosts the biggest Romanian community in the UK. Made possible by a generous donation offered by the National Library of Romania, the section comprises a wide selection of Romanian books in original.
Award winning cellist RńÉzvan Suma and pianist Rebeca Omordia join forces for a sensational musical and geographical journey, which takes them in several of Britain’s cities and into the timeless tones of Edward Elgar, Ian Venables and John Ireland in a programme entitled “Do You Like…British Music?”.
Don’t miss the one-off performance of Oscar Speace’s ”Janka”, a tour-de-force starring one of Romania’s most beloved actresses, Maia Morgenstern. “Janka”, a Jewish Theatre of Bucharest production, is the intimate portray of a Holocaust survivor, “a story of adversity, resilience and of the human spirit” (Donald Munro).
Romania: Beams of Beauty', a landscape and portrait photographic exhibition by light magician Sorin OniŇüor, an exceptionally gifted photographer who, for the past 12 years, has been wandering through Romania, from MaramureŇü to the Danube Delta, from Banat to Moldavia.