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3rd ROMANIAN FILM FESTIVAL of CHICAGO
The Romanian Cultural Exchange (ROCX) is hosting the 3rd Romanian Film Festival in Chicago at the Skokie Theatre. As the L.A. Times quotes, "Romanians can't make a bad film. It's like, illegal in their country."


FRI, May 27 - SUN, May 29
SKOKIE THEATRE
7924 Lincoln Ave. 
Skokie 60077

Tickets are available on the website http://www.romanianculturalexchange.org/


The Sound of Eastern Europe concert, Montreal
The associations La Muse – Héritage musical and MAVA is inviting you on Sunday, May 15th, 2011 at 4:00 pm to the concert The sound of Eastern Europe.

SUN, May 15, 4:00 pm
GÉSU  (Place des Arts metro)
1200 rue de Bleury Montréal H3B 3J3 

Tickets:
Regular price: 20$   Students and seniors: 10$     12 years old ans less - free entrance http://www.admission.com/
Info & ticket reservation: (514) 344-1572(514) 884-6530       

Shakespeare High, by Alex Rotaru at Tribeca Film Festival 2011, NYC
Shakespeare High, directed by Alex Rotaru at Tribeca Film Festival - April 20- May 1, 2011.

Tribeca Film Festival 2011
April 20 - May 1

Romanian Films at South East European Film Festival, Los Angeles
For its sixth edition, the South East European Film Festival, Los Angeles, will present a series of contemporary South East European films, amongst which Romanian film MEDAL OF HONOR, by Peter Calin Netzer - screening made possible with the support of RCINY and Stefania Magidson.

April 28 - May 2, 2011
SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL
Los Angeles, CA

MEDAL OF HONOR screening: SUN, May 1, 7:00 PM

World Premiere of Doris Plantus-Runey's latest translation, Zalmoxis - A Pagan Mystery, by Lucian Blaga, at the Embassy of Romania in Washington DC and Georgetown University
Sponsored by the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES), and Georgetown University's Devine Studio Theatre, Davis Center of Performing Arts, Zalmoxis - A Pagan Mystery is a Dacian myth captured by one of Romania's most renowned poets and playwrights, Lucian Blaga. The play is translated from Romanian by Doris Plantus-Runey, Visiting Professor, Oakland University, and directed by Cristina Bejan, Ion Ratiu Post-Doctoral Fellow in Romanian Studies, Georgetown University.

FRI, April 29 at 8 pm; SAT, April 30 at 2 pm, followed by a Talk-Back, and 8 pm & SUN, May 1 at 2pm
The Devine Studio Theatre, Davis Center for Performing Arts
Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES)
Georgetown University, Washington DC

A special preview performance will take place at the The Embassy of Romania in Washington DC on Thursday 14 April, 2011, at 6:30pm. 

Video art work by Geta Bratescu & Film by Ovidiu Bose Pastina at e-flux gallery, NYC
Between January and May 2011, e-flux presents a series of film and video screenings in the storefront on Essex Street. This April curator Helena Holmberg presents a selection of films including Tamas St. Auby's Centaur (1973–75), and Geta Bratescu's The Studio (1978), from the Image at Work exhibitions on view at Index and the Romanian Cultural Institute, and from the accompanying film screening series at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm (Oct 2010 and Feb 2011).

MON, April 25, 7 pm
e-flux
41 Essex street, NYC

Book Signing: The White House: An Historic Guide, Washington, D.C.
Join us on Monday, April 25th for a book signing of the 50th anniversary edition of The White House: An Historic Guide, published by the White House Historical Association. For this edition, Rodica Prato was commissioned by The White House Historical Association to draw large detailed illustrations of The White House and its gardens.

MON, April 25, 11 am - 1 pm
White House Visitor Center
1450 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20003

Matei Varga plays Brahms with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra
After his Romanian tour late 2010 and the launch of his Naxos CD with piano music by George Enescu, Matei Varga is ready to enchant his audience with a new series of concerts coming up this April. 

THU, April 14, 2011 at 7:30pm, FRI, April 15, 2011 at 8 pm, SAT, April 16, 2011 at 8 pm & SUN, April 17, 2011 at 3pm

The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts
Belding Theater
Hartford, Connecticut

Tickets available here.

Dramatic reading of AND IT CAME TO PASS. The Inspiring Story Of WW II Veteran Teodor Bodea, by Ella Veres
Author's Note: In the Spring of 2009, during one of my field trips to Transylvania, my old homeland, I interviewed people about their lives. One of them was Mr. Teodor Bodea from the village of Sînmihaiul Almaşului. His exquisite recounting of his war odyssey that took him from his village throughout Europe is remarkable.

FRI, April 15, 6.30 pm
Ana Cristea Gallery
521 West 26th Street
bet. 10 & 11 Aves.

This is a fundraising event
$10 minimum donation
Also traditional Romanian food will be available for purchase.

16th Annual ASN (Association for the Study of Nationalities) World Convention: Charting the Nation between State and Society
140 panels on the Balkans, Central Europe and the Baltics, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Turkey, Afghanistan, China, and Nationalism Studies. Thematic Panels on Islam and Politics, Genocide and Mass Killing, Religion, Language Politics, Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Autonomy, Gender and Identity, EU Integration, Migration, Borders and Diasporas, War Crimes and International Tribunals, Political Economy and the Nation, History and Nation-Building, and many more...

April 14-16, 2011
International Affairs Building,
Harriman Institute
Columbia University, NYC

More info at ASN and registration available online here

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