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Ioana Moldovan
Columnist - cinema

Ioana holds an MA in English, German, and film studies in Romania and Germany. When she is not writing about cinema for Romania-Insider.com she works for international film festivals and (ideally) travels a lot. Email: ioana.moldovan@romania-insider.com

04 May 2022

Omul cu umbra/ The Man and His Shadow is Dragoș Hanciu’s debut feature documentary, having just been released in cinemas...

Romania Insider
20 October 2010

Named Cluj –Napoca in Romanian, Kolozsvárin in Hungarian, Klausenburg in German, Kluż in Polish, Claudiopolis in Greek and Napoca in Latin, this is the second largest and one of the most visited cities of Romania. A great place to visit over an extended week-end. Romania-Insider.com takes you on a trip to the city of Cluj – Napoca.

Romania Insider
20 October 2010

Andrei Serban is a famous Romanian director who is known for his provocative visual images and the way he reinterprets classical works such as Greek tragedy or Chekhov. He has worked for the major theatres in US and Europe, including the American Repertory Theatre in Boston, where he has been directing for more than two decades.

Romania Insider
14 October 2010

Andrei Rosu run two international marathons this year, starting with one at the North Pole, and was the first person to play the drums there. He dreams of becoming the first Romanian to run seven marathons on seven continents by this time next year. Andrei, an economist by profession, wants to climb the Everest, cross Africa by bike, sail around the world and cross Asia in a balloon, he says in an interview with romania-insider.com.

Romania Insider
13 October 2010

A Romanian researcher who invented a device which could detect cancer in early stages works on testing the device and eventually producing it in Romania, with the launch expected early next year. Researcher Raluca-Ioana van Staden has become famous for the invention which has been awarded internationally. After working several years abroad, teaming up with her husband, she chose to come back to Romania to help create a strong Romanian research team. She has talked to romania-insider.com about this invention, which could be expanded to detecting other diseases in the future.

Romania Insider
13 October 2010

Jean Negulesco was a Romanian director and screenwriter, a pioneer in cinemascope, a wide-screen technique in the 1950s. He has worked for the major American film studios such as Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox and he has received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

By Alexandra Fodor

Romania Insider
12 October 2010

There is a vibrant world waiting to be discovered across Romania, outside capital city Bucharest and much of it rests unknown. Some of Romania's biggest cities have a rich history, have witnessed the creation of the country's culture and some of them are currently flourishing business hubs. Romania-insider.com starts a series of articles presenting major Romania cities. This week's pick is Timisoara, the first mainland European city to to be lit by electric street lamps in 1884. This was also the city where the anti-communist revolution spark started in 1989.

Romania Insider
11 October 2010

The Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, Greece houses the exhibition titled "The Lost World of Old Europe: The Danube Valley 5000-3500 BC," which includes more than 2500 archaeological items, most of them coming from Romania's heritage. The exhibition will be on until January 10 next year.

Romania Insider
20 October 2010

Named Cluj –Napoca in Romanian, Kolozsvárin in Hungarian, Klausenburg in German, Kluż in Polish, Claudiopolis in Greek and Napoca in Latin, this is the second largest and one of the most visited cities of Romania. A great place to visit over an extended week-end. Romania-Insider.com takes you on a trip to the city of Cluj – Napoca.

Romania Insider
20 October 2010

Andrei Serban is a famous Romanian director who is known for his provocative visual images and the way he reinterprets classical works such as Greek tragedy or Chekhov. He has worked for the major theatres in US and Europe, including the American Repertory Theatre in Boston, where he has been directing for more than two decades.

Romania Insider
14 October 2010

Andrei Rosu run two international marathons this year, starting with one at the North Pole, and was the first person to play the drums there. He dreams of becoming the first Romanian to run seven marathons on seven continents by this time next year. Andrei, an economist by profession, wants to climb the Everest, cross Africa by bike, sail around the world and cross Asia in a balloon, he says in an interview with romania-insider.com.

Romania Insider
13 October 2010

A Romanian researcher who invented a device which could detect cancer in early stages works on testing the device and eventually producing it in Romania, with the launch expected early next year. Researcher Raluca-Ioana van Staden has become famous for the invention which has been awarded internationally. After working several years abroad, teaming up with her husband, she chose to come back to Romania to help create a strong Romanian research team. She has talked to romania-insider.com about this invention, which could be expanded to detecting other diseases in the future.

Romania Insider
13 October 2010

Jean Negulesco was a Romanian director and screenwriter, a pioneer in cinemascope, a wide-screen technique in the 1950s. He has worked for the major American film studios such as Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox and he has received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

By Alexandra Fodor

Romania Insider
12 October 2010

There is a vibrant world waiting to be discovered across Romania, outside capital city Bucharest and much of it rests unknown. Some of Romania's biggest cities have a rich history, have witnessed the creation of the country's culture and some of them are currently flourishing business hubs. Romania-insider.com starts a series of articles presenting major Romania cities. This week's pick is Timisoara, the first mainland European city to to be lit by electric street lamps in 1884. This was also the city where the anti-communist revolution spark started in 1989.

Romania Insider
11 October 2010

The Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, Greece houses the exhibition titled "The Lost World of Old Europe: The Danube Valley 5000-3500 BC," which includes more than 2500 archaeological items, most of them coming from Romania's heritage. The exhibition will be on until January 10 next year.

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