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The month of May is more European than the others. It’s the month of the European Film Festival
For sixteen years in a row now, the European Film Festival is the right place for “other” movies. European films are different from the regular choice at your local cinema theatre, they are enticing and intense, constantly breaking the moulds, always exploring and offering the viewers amazingly new experiences.
The Festival takes place in Bucharest (4-13 May), Brasov (10-13 May), Timisoara (17-20 May), Tirgu-Mures (17-20 May) and Iasi (24-27 May).
Here’s one of the films I recommend: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
In Bucharest the films are to be seen at Studio Cinema (in Romana Square), Eforie Cinema and Pro Cinema (both around the Old City Centre); all 3 of them within 10 minutes of walking.
For more details, please visit the official website of the festival.
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It will start tomorrow, the 4th of April, and will last until Sunday, the 8th. The organizers promise over 4200 square m right in the heart of Bucharest(at Piata Constitutiei, in front of the Palace of the Parliament) for more than 20 brands of cars and motorcycles including Volvo, Merc-Benz, Lotus, Triumph, Bombardier, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Ducati …
All spiced up with concerts, events, shows, prizes, beautiful and partially naked girls, fashion, food, it’s supposed to be one hell of a event.
4-8 April @ Piata Constitutiei, Bucharest
Entrance fee: 15 lei.
See you there!
If you happen to be a precious missy traveling to Bucharest at the end of March and you lust for vintage shopping while thinking about Eastern European culture, you might want to visit ‘V for Vintage – la DOLCE VITA” fair – Preview of the 8th Edition.
What to expect: authentic vintage, fancy, colorful prints, eccentric pendants, extravagant outfits, surrealist flowers painted on skirts and dresses, hats, brooches, earrings and more.
They say that an orange piece of clothing and an Aperol Spritz might increase your chances to feel the Dolce Vita they’re talking about. I guess all you have to do is believe them, get your act together, put on some high heels and hopes and just go.
31st of March @ Antipa Cafe, 1 Kiseleff Blvd.
Entrance fee: 10 lei
This is who we are, where we come from. This is our core, our biggest wound, our permanent scar.
Communism, The Revolution, December 1989, Timisoara, Bucharest.
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You can take our Revolution Tour if you come to Bucharest. We’ll show you where it happened, how it happened and what is left. Just contact us.