Indulge yourselves with a supersize bite of Romanian filmmaking at its best at London’s most vibrant film festival. The sixth consecutive collaboration with our friends from the East End Film Festival brings to London two of the most anticipated Romanian films: Corneliu Porumboiu’s 'The Second Game' and Anca Damian’s 'A Very Unsettled Summer'.
The events pass, the books are here to stay. For RCI London, 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.
Described by Jessica Duchen (Classical Piano) as 'reminding of nothing less than great Martha Argerich', internationally acclaimed Romanian pianist Luiza Borac is back in London for a series of musical treats. She will be performing at the Steinway Hall on June 26 and the next day, on June 27, will feature as the 'Pianist of the Month' at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
Radu Afrim's bold and sometimes controversial work is hosted by Europe’s most renowned theatres. This month he joins a pool of outstanding peers to explore, through a series of workshops and meetings, the best ways to increase the presence of European creativity on the British stage.
The first monographic travelling exhibition on a Romanian architect ever to be staged outside Romania, 'GM Cantacuzino – A Hybrid Modernist' opens at RCI London in June. Part of the London Festival of Architecture 2014, the exhibition offers a cross-section through Cantacuzino's momentous life and work.