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de (20-4-2009)

ALL CHANGE!
The Romanian Film Festival in London, 6th Edition
1 – 4 May 2009
Curzon Mayfair, 38 Curzon Street, London W1J 7TY

Dear Friends,

ALL CHANGE! The Romanian Film Festival in London is ready to open its doors to the public. There is so much news we would like to impart to you, that instead of having a trickle of information coming your way, we decided to publish it all in a comprehensive Festival Newsletter. Please see details below.

The programme is published, the guests invited – what else could be said to entice you to our Festival? We thought hard about this and came up with a list of reasons:
– You will see some of the best and newest productions from Romania, land of the new ‘New Wave’;
– You will have the chance to meet and talk to some of the most important people in Romanian film: veteran director Stere Gulea, acting legend Victor Rebengiuc, actor-turned-director Horatiu Malaele;
– What better way to celebrate 1 May than by attending the Opening Night of the Romanian Film Festival! Join us for the ‘Silent Wedding’ and do your patriotic duty! Traiasca 1 Mai! (Long live 1 May!);
– You will also meet the charismatic star of new Romanian cinema, Andi Vasluianu, as well as young documentary film director Andrei Dascalescu;
– All films in the programme benefit from either a Q&A session or an introduction (see below);
– And, finally, all your friends will envy you for being up-to-date with world cinema’s hottest ticket (that is, if they are not coming as well).

Well, we trust that for the reasons listed above, as well as for the very high quality of the films on offer you will decide to join us. We are looking forward to seeing you at the Curzon Mayfair cinema for the most exciting first days of May for Romanian culture in this country.

With best regards,

Ramona Mitrica

WEBSITE NOW ONLINE
PROGRAMME OF FILMS AND Q&A SESSIONS
SPECIAL EVENT –Working Lunch with The Festival’s Guests
COMPETITION
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
FIND US ON FACEBOOK
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!
ORGANISERS

WEBSITE NOW ONLINE
We are happy to give an on-line shout and let the world know that the dedicated website of ALL CHANGE! is now on-line. You can read on it, besides the full synopses of the films, a warm welcome from Nicolae Ratiu, Chairman of the Ratiu Foundation, two special introductions from Verena von Stackelberg, the Festival Curator, and Ramona Mitrica, Director of Ratiu Foundation / Romanian Cultural Centre in London. We also have a news section, thank yous, contacts, and for our friends in the Media community, a press and media page.
Please go to www.romanianculturalcentre.org.uk/filmfestival and check it out for yourselves.

PROGRAMME OF FILMS AND Q&A SESSIONS

FRIDAY 1 MAY 2009
6.20pm / Opening Film
SILENT WEDDING
Dir. Horatiu Malaele / Romania, 2008
Followed by Q&A with director Horatiu Malaele and actor Victor Rebengiuc

SATURDAY 2 MAY 2009
2pm
WAVES
Dir. Adrian Sitaru / Romania, 2007 (short)
followed by
HOOKED
Dir. Adrian Sitaru / Romania-France, 2008
plus Introduction

4pm
THE OTHER IRENE
Dir. Andrei Gruzsniczki / Romania, 2008
Followed by Q&A with actor Andi Vasluianu

6.15pm
CONSTANTIN AND ELENA
Dir. Andrei Dascalescu / Romania, 2008 (documentary)
Followed by Q&A with director Andrei Dascalescu

8.45pm
EXCHANGE
Dir. Nicolae Margineanu / Romania, 2008
Followed by Q&A with actor Andi Vasluianu

SUNDAY 3 MAY 2009
2pm / Shorts Programme
plus Introduction, in the presence of actor Andi Vasluianu
• TIGER DANNY
Dir. Radu Potcoava / Romania, 2008
• YELLOW SMILEY FACE
Dir. Constantin Popescu / Romania, 2008
• ALEXANDRA
Dir. Radu Jude / Romania, 2007
• WATER
Dir. Constantin Popescu / Romania, 2007

4pm
MOROMETII
Dir. Stere Gulea / Romania, 1988
Followed by Q&A with actor Victor Rebengiuc and director Stere Gulea

7pm
ELEVATOR
Dir. George Dorobantu / Romania, 2008
plus Introduction

MONDAY 4 MAY 2009
6.30pm

WEEKEND WITH MY MOTHER

Dir. Stere Gulea / Romania, 2009
Followed by Q&A with director Stere Gulea and actor Andi Vasluianu

SPECIAL EVENT – Working Lunch with The Festival’s Guests
Special guests from Romania will be attending selected screenings: actor and director Horatiu Malaele, screen legend Victor Rebengiuc, veteran director Stere Gulea, charismatic star Andi Vasluianu, and documentary film director Andrei Dascalescu.
Also present in the Festival will be writer and journalist Liviu Antonesei, journalist Carmen Sandulescu from Radio Romania International, and on behalf of the National Centre of Cinematography (CNC) in Bucharest, Alina Salcudeanu, Manager / Foreign Affairs expert.

All our guests will take part in a special working lunch at the Ratiu Foundation, 18 Fitzhardinge St, London W1H 6EQ, on Saturday 2 May 2009, at 12pm. Subjects to be discussed will include the present state of Romanian cinema and its recent successes, as well as the legacy of previous generations of film directors.

This event is free of charge. Limited number of seats. Register at mail@romanianculturalcentre.org.uk

COMPETITION

For a chance to win a pair of tickets for the Opening Film ‘Silent Wedding’ by Horatiu Malaele, on Friday 1 May, you have to provide the correct answer to the following question:
What is the name of director Stere Gulea’s last film before ‘Weekend with my Mother’?
Hint: there’s a newly launched website where you can find interesting details about all films in the Festival.

Send your replies up to 5 pm on Tuesday 28 April at mail@romanianculturalcentre.org.uk. Don’t forget to include in your message your FULL NAME and a TELEPHONE NUMBER. Three winners will be selected through a raffle from all the correct answers we receive until the deadline, and will be notified in writing at the e-mail address provided.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

With the occasion of ALL CHANGE!, the sixth edition of the Romanian Film Festival in London, the Ratiu Foundation / Romanian Cultural Centre are looking for motivated people to join the Festival’s team as interns / volunteers.

This is a position requiring a hands-on approach, working behind the scenes for the smooth running of the most important Romanian cultural event of the year in the UK.
You will have the chance to work in a challenging environment alongside a small and dedicated team of professionals in the field of cinema, cultural promotion and event organising. You will meet some of the biggest names in Romanian cinema, as well as a host of film professionals and journalists from the UK.
The entire activity will be carried out on a voluntary work basis. Some of the duties will include leaflet distribution, welcoming guests, assisting with the special events, etc.

The rewards of an intern / volunteer post with the Romanian Film Festival are:
– Access to the Festival films and events
– A very good learning experience
– A working environment with lots of colleagues who are into films
– Work experience within the cultural promotion / event organising domain
– Strong CV material
– Festival volunteers are listed by name on the Festival’s website in recognition of their dedication and service
– Invitation to the private Opening Party for all our staff

Due to the nature of the work to be done, good knowledge of English is essential. Romanian comes as a bonus. Good organising skills, ability to work with people and to tight deadlines, as well as friendliness are a must. A love of cinema – and Romanian cinema especially – is necessary.
To apply, send us a cover letter accompanied by an up-to-date CV on mail@ratiufamilyfoundation.com

FIND US ON FACEBOOK

For those of you who use internet social networks, our Festival’s curator, Verena von Stackelberg, created a special Facebook page. Join the group, spread the news, become our friends! Please find the page by clicking here or searching on Facebook using the term “Romanian Film Festival in London”.

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!

Tickets for the films in the Festival are now available, at a price of £12.00/£9.00 Curzon members (see details below)
You can book in person, online at www.curzoncinemas.com or by phone 0871 7033 989
Venue: Curzon Mayfair, 38 Curzon Street, W1J 7TY. See map for exact location.
Curzon Membership: Become a member of Curzon Cinemas and receive: discounted admission for you and a guest at all times (two guests for joint membership), two free tickets on joining (four for joint membership), exclusive free members’ previews (applies to cardholder only), priority booking on selected events, Curzon magazine delivered to your door, DVD when you renew, and discounted renewal price. All members are able to bring a guest at the member’s price.
Annual Price: £40 Single/£70 Joint/£30 Concessionary (Retired, registered disabled, unwaged and full time student. Only available in person with proof of status).
Please call 0871 703 3988 to purchase membership.

ORGANISERS

The Romanian Film Festival is organised by the Ratiu Foundation / Romanian Cultural Centre in London, the National Centre of Cinematography (CNC) in Bucharest, and Curzon Cinemas.
Supported by The Prodan Romanian Cultural Foundation. Sponsored by RoExport Ltd.
Media partners: Romani-Online.co.uk, Wallflower Press, The Embassy of Romania in the UK

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  • Risnoveanu Maria: (20-4-2009 la 00:00)

    acest festival are loc de foarte multi ani cu ecouri in Anglia,dar mai putine in Romania,poti citi cite ceva in ziarul Timpul din Iasi si foarte putin sau de loc in alte publicatii
    Cei care organizeaza acast festival muncesc enorm ca totul sa fie la superlativ.Am asteptat sa vad pe TVR ceva imagini (am inteles ca au filmat )dar nu am vazut poate ca nu am stiut.Multumesc ca am gasit acest spatiu sa scriu aceste rinduri

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