This year, Valentin Hotea’s 'Roxanne' (2013) is the Romanian entry in the official selection at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, the oldest partner of ICR London across the Irish Sea. Another Romanian presence in the festival will be the one of Mihai Chirilov, our most successful film programmer.
The events pass, the books are here to stay. The promotion of Romanian literature is a perennial priority. Our editorial projects are carried out with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute’s National Book Centre in Bucharest. The goal is to publish the best in Romanian literature and with the best publishing houses.
Join us for a musical and literary tribute to woman's timeless charm and beauty, performed by two of the most accomplished Romanian artists of their generation. Soprano Alexandra Coman and actress Andreea P─âduraru conjure their prowess for an evening of operatic gleam and consequential evocation devoted to "the eternal feminine".
Our theatre and dance projects aim at fostering contacts between British and Romanian artists, supporting co-productions and producing original shows. Organised in partnership with British and Romanian institutions, the events often take place at important festivals or key venues such as Barbican Centre, Edinburgh International Festival and Southbank Centre.
Three research teams made up of twelve international students from the Architectural Association Design Research Lab in London led by professor Theodore Spyropoulos, including the Romanian Octavian Gheorghiu, present an alternative vision of the capital's future, putting forward an ecology of intelligent machines.
We are proud to be associated with the admirable work of Hospices of Hope by supporting the musical event that, accompanying their campaign, will make generosity the most prized virtues of them all. Climb Savoy Hill to the breath-taking Queen’s Chapel on the 25th of March and enjoy the ancestral, essential consonance of the pan pipes with Nicolae Voicule╚Ť, a protege of world famous Gheorghe Zamfir.