Film

Film

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.

We can see the forest by the trees and the sea by the waves, including cinematic waves. Celebrated film-makers like Puiu, Urșianu, Mungiu, Porumboiu, Pintilie, Caranfil, Pița, Veroiu, Săucan, Giurgiu, and many others – they are all permanent residents of our cinematic programme. 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.

Among our various, diverse range of partners from the film industry are BFI London Film Festival, East End Film Festival, Edinburgh & Dublin & Reykjavik International Film Festivals, as well as London International Documentary Festival, New Europe Film Festival or European Psychoanalytic Film Festival.

Events archive

A Romanian Silent Classic at the Barbican

A Romanian Silent Classic at the Barbican

A silent love story meets reinterpreted retro music at the famous Barbican Cinema. The silent Romanian masterpiece Manasse comes to London in a delightful event, with live musical accompaniment by the spellbinding and refined Minima, as a result of the ongoing partnership between the Romanian Cultural Institute in London and the Barbican. The...

25/03/2012 @ Barbican Centre Silk Street London EC2Y 8DS
Communism, Humour and Urban Myths:  A Screening of Tales from the Golden Age

Communism, Humour and Urban Myths: A Screening of Tales from the Golden Age

In his first film after winning the Palm D’Or at Cannes for 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days, Cristian Mungiu wrote the script for a quirky and engaging series of Tales from the Golden Age, screened as part of the Un Certain Regard section at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. The title refers to the alleged "Golden Age" (coined by...

22/03/2012 @ 1 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PH
 100 Lei @ Romanian Cinematheque

100 Lei @ Romanian Cinematheque

Don’t miss out the rare occasion to see legendary director Mircea Săucan’s 100 Lei (1973), one of the best films in the history of Romanian cinema.  Romania | 105 min | dir: Mircea Saucan | cast: Ion Dichiseanu, Dan Nuţu, Ileana Popovici, Violeta Andrei. In Romanian with English subtitles 100 Lei tells...

23/02/2012 @ 1 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PH
Ready Steady Doc! festival featuring two Romanian documentaries

Ready Steady Doc! festival featuring two Romanian documentaries

This year's EUNIC documentary festival entitled Ready, Steady, Doc! brings together 14 films about sports from 12 European countries, to coincide with the 2012 Olympic Games. Discover our inspirational proposals: Australia, directed by Claudiu Mitcu, and From Romania with Love, directed by Rene Eckert. The screening will be preceded by...

20/02/2012 @ Ciné lumière, Institut Français
Romania’s bid for the Oscars, Morgen by Marian Crisan, in London

Romania’s bid for the Oscars, Morgen by Marian Crisan, in London

Morgen, directed by Marian Crisan, Romania’s entry for the Oscar Awards, will be screened in Tricycle Cinema’s International Oscar ® Season in London with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute.  Andras Hathazi, the film leading actor, will join us for a Q&A session.  Morgen had its UK premiere in...

18/02/2012 @ Tricycle Cinema, London
Trei filme româneşti la Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

Trei filme româneşti la Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

România va fi prezentă pentru al doilea an consecutiv la cel mai mare festival de film din Irlanda, unde vor fi proiectate trei producţii româneşti. Conferinţa de presă oficială va avea loc pe 2 februarie 2012, când va fi anunţat şi întregul program al festivalului. Aşadar, încă nu putem dezvălui care...

16 - 26/02/2012 @ Dublin, Ireland
The Way I Spent the End of the World @ Romanian Cinematheque

The Way I Spent the End of the World @ Romanian Cinematheque

The screening will be followed by a Skype Q&A session with award-winning director Cătălin Mitulescu and film journalist Edward Lawrenson Set during Ceauşescu's final year of reign in Romania, The Way I Spent the End of the World is a charmingly told story about a 17-year-old girl Eva and her 7 year old brother, Lalalilu. One...

14/12/2011 @ ICR Londra, 1 Belgrave Square
The Contest by Dan Piţa @ Romanian Cinemateque

The Contest by Dan Piţa @ Romanian Cinemateque

We invite you to the screening of Dan Piţa's iconic film The Contest, which tells the story of an outdoor competition that gradually turns into a perilous expedition through the labyrinths of conscience. Introduced by film journalist Edward Lawrenson Leading Romanian director Dan Piţa turns an orientation contest in a forest...

24/11/2011 @ 1 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PH
Cork Film Festival in Ireland focuses on Romanian Cinema

Cork Film Festival in Ireland focuses on Romanian Cinema

Between 7 - 13 November 2011, the audience with an interest in Romanian cinema can check on Corona Cork Film festival, one of Ireland’s premier cultural events established in 1956. The festival has enjoyed a steady growth in scale, in numbers of admissions and guests, in reputation, or media coverage, and has developed an ever-increasing...

07 - 13/11/2011 @ Cork, Ireland
Iulia Rugina and her thought-provoking

Iulia Rugina and her thought-provoking

Although it's not Christmas yet, director Iulia Rugina will attend the 2011 European Psychoanalytic Film Festival with her Stuck on Christmas, a film about small gestures, big stories and ordinary people. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Iulia Rugina and Helen Taylor Robinson, chaired by Laura...

04/11/2011 @ BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London
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