In recent years, moviegoers have been become more aware of the innovative and inventive films coming from Romania. An in-depth analysis of the ferment in Romanian film can be found in our recently published Contemporary Romanian Cinema: The History of an Unexpected Miracle, by Dominique Nasta.
Romanian film is also getting a spotlight during this weekend’s 10th Romanian Film Festival in London: Turning the Page (Thu 28 Nov – Mon 2 Dec 2013), which brings the latest and most exciting productions from the the Romanian film industry. These films tell the story of a rapidly evolving society.
All films are in Romanian with English subtitles. Read the program here: www.rofilmfest.com
Screenings will take place at Curzon Soho (99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5DY); Buy tickets here: www.curzoncinemas.com/rff ; Tel. 0330 500 1331
Hugely popular actors and directors will lend their presence to the screenings: actor Victor Rebengiuc (Japanese Dog), actor and director Horatiu Malaele (Happy Funerals), actor Bogdan Dumitrache (When Evening Falls On Bucharest Or Metabolism), actors Dragos Bucur, Alexandru Papadopol and Dorian Boguta (Love Building), director Stere Gulea (I Am An Old Communist Hag), and director Adrian Sitaru (Domestic).
For more on the Romanian Film Festival, you can watch this trailer and get a glimpse of what’s in store in the Romanian Film Festival in London!