Autumn is here, which means Romanian premieres are heaping up at such speed that it's hard to keep up. The most exciting releases are...

videoRomanian film review – The artist & the last miners: Planet Petrila

Young filmmaker Andrei Dăscălescu made a splash with his 2009 feature debut, the affectionate Constantin and Elena, a documentary on an elder couple and...

videoRomanian film review – The History of Love

Radu Mihăileanu hit instant stardom with his 1998 drama Train of Life/Trenul vieţii, an ingenious, moving story of a group of Jews who think...

exclusiveRomanian film review – Breaking records: Transilvania International Film Festival 2017

The Transilvania International Film Festival, in short TIFF, has become an unmissable event and for many, the month of June and Cluj wouldn't be...

Where to watch Romanian films online – legally

If you've lived in Romania for a while, or even just shortly, you must have noticed the very relaxed attitude towards downloading anything off...

Romanian film review – Crossing borders: European Film Festival

The 21st edition of the European Film Festival has just ended in Bucharest and hit the road to Iași, Gura Humorului, Târgu Mureș, and...

videoRomanian film review – Where the Money Is: Kapitalism – Our Improved Formula

So far, 2017 has turned out to be an agitated year, making several questions acutely (and painfully) relevant: how did Romania get here, what...
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videoRomanian film review – What to Watch in April: Far From Here & Portraits...

If your are looking for a Romanian film to watch at the cinema these days, there are no less than three to choose from....

Romanian film review – Holding a mirror to the world: One World Romania

“The tenth year. We'll get over our fear.” This was the (rhyming) motto of this year's One World Romania, turning ten. From its very...
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videoRomanian film review – Love and Need: Ana, Mon Amour

The winner of this year’s Silver Bear for best editing at the Berlinale premiered in Romania recently. A shattering story of a troubled relationship,...

Romanian film review: Movies by Dana Bunescu, award-winning film editor

...and the 2017 Oscar went to: well, not to Toni Erdmann. Romania hasn't scored the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, as very much...

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