Our film promotion activity consists inter alia of participation in major festivals, special screenings, exhibitions, minifestivals, information packages and professional representation. And of course there is the Cinematheque. The Romanian Cinematheque.
'The Morometes' by Marin Preda - Excerpts from the 1957 English edition of the novel, translated by N. Mişu and published by The Foreign Languages Publishing House Bucharest, have been made available for e-readers. Click here to download.
Cellist Teodor Rusu and pianist Paul Cartianu, two of the most eulogized performers of the young generation, render a midsummer musical delight to soundtrack the careless adrift of a London August afternoon. The Salzburg-based Romanian duo’s programme peaks with Bartók’s energetic Romanian dances after a virtuosic detour through Beethoven and Brahms.
An alert, suspenseful crossover between theatre and film, the Romanian version of '39 Steps', Hitchcock’s espionage thriller and one of West End’s most enduring successes, will be presented in the Edinburgh Fringe by the famed Teatrul Foarte Mic of Bucharest as part of the Romanian artistic contingent showcasing in Britain’s summer cultural capital.
Visionary artist Paul Neagu (1938-2004), the greatest Romanian sculptor of the post-Brancusi era who numbered among his disciples international stars like Anish Kapoor, is celebrated at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds with a major retrospective presenting over 120 works, from drawings to sculptures and from poetry to film.
Complementing the substantial Romanian presence in Scotland's capital this summer, Romania’s foremost theatre critic and historian Octavian Saiu chairs two of the most expected talks at the Edinburgh Festival: 'The Scottish Supernatural' and 'The British Gothic'. Octavian Saiu is joined by famous journalist, art critic and social commentator Andrew Graham-Dixon.