London set to host 10th Romanian Film Festival

The 10th Romanian Film Festival in London will feature the latest, the most exciting and the most illuminating productions from the ferment of the Romanian film industry.

Most of the films to be shown for the first time in the UK tell the story of a rapidly evolving society.

Romanian Film Festival in LondonThe 10th edition of the Romanian Film Festival in London will take place from 28th November to 2nd December 2013.

Screenings will take place at Curzon Soho (99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 5DY) between 28th November and 1st December 2013; and at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD ), One Exchange Square, London EC2A 2JN) on 2nd December 2013.

Entitled “Turning The Page”, the 10th Romanian Film Festival in London will bring to London some of Romanian hugely popular actors and immensely insightful directors including 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).

“Turning The Page” is a phrase which speaks of an end, but, more importantly – a beginning. Romanian film makers wrote a new chapter of international film making with the New Wave. Now the films on show look back past the New Wave in terms of technique, and forward in terms of content, social analysis and storytelling.

Above all, these stories speak of a new understanding and a new relationship with the outside world.

The 10th edition of the Romanian Film Festival is organised by Profusion International Creative Consultancy, in partnership with The National Centre of Cinematography in Romania and Curzon Cinemas in London.

For a full program of the festival and to buy tickets, visit

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