iRecommend: Luc Ban’s “Tarkovsky Redux”, May 12

This is more of a recommendation, it’s a personal, sincere, from the heart recommendation. Not only because I have met Lucian Ban and was completely absorbed by his warmth, beautiful energy, coolness but also because I attended his last concert in Bucharest.

He’s a true musician, totally dedicated to his art, extremely talented.

I felt privileged, that’s why I was among the first to buy tickets for me and my friends to his concert, Tarkovsky Redux, part of  the European Film Festival I was telling you about. 🙂

May 12, 2012

ARCUB Theatre, near Universitate

Entrance fee: 26 or 35 lei, 16 lei for students. (but you must hurry)

And, if you’re curious to find out more about Luc, please, visit his website.

 

 

iRecommend: European Film Festival, May 4-13

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.

Be back soon with more details.