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Book publication in Bucharest

HFC–Bucharest is pleased to announce the publication of Istorie în documente: Mavrocordații (1711-1786) [History in Documents: The Mavrocordats (1711-1786)], published by DAR Publishing with the support of HFC-Bucharest, as well as the support of the Romanian Ministry of Culture, the Romanian Cultural Foundation and the Romanian National Archives. Continue reading Book publication in Bucharest

Fairytale Without a Name – Bucharest

Arcub Theater Wednesday, October 14 at 20.00

The Cultural Association of Greeks in Romania NOSTOS, recently founded, inaugurates its activities with a dance theater performance in cooperation with the Hellenic Foundation for Culture and the support of the Greek Embassy and the Hellenic-Romanian Chamber of Commerce. The show is based on Fairy Tale Without a Name by Iakovos Kampanellis. The songs that frame the show are favorite songs of Manos Hadjidakis, to whom we dedicate this our first cultural event. Continue reading Fairytale Without a Name – Bucharest

Literature Night 2015 – Bucharest

For this year’s Literature Night, HFC–Bucharest will be at the Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy (Str. Cuțitul de Argint 5), where the actress Cerasela Iosifescu will read from the novel Yes by Margarita Karapanou.

KarapanouMargarita Karapanou (1946-2008) was the daughter of writer and poet Margarita Limberaki and Yorgos Karapanou. Her novels Kassandra and the Wolf, The Sleepwalker and Rien ne Va Plus, published in Greek, were translated for publication in France, England, USA, Sweden, Israel, Germany, the Netherlands and Italy. The novel The Sleepwalker was awarded the Paris Prize for best novel in a foreign language (1988). Other books published: Lee and Lou, Mama and Life is Terribly Unpredictable. Excerpts from the work of Margarita Karapanou have been included in anthologies and important literary journals. Continue reading Literature Night 2015 – Bucharest

European Day of Languages – Athens, Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest, Koper

Hellenic Foundation for Culture in cooperation with EUNIC participates in the 2015 European Day of Languages in Athens, Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest and Koper.

A few pictures from the events:

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Athens: September 26, 2015, 10:00-16:00 at Klauthmonos Square. Continue reading European Day of Languages – Athens, Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest, Koper

International Animated Film Festival Animest 2015 – Bucharest

Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Bucharest participates in Festival Animest 2015, in cooperation with ASIFA Hellas, as part of the activities organized with greekanimation.com, for the 70th anniversary of the first Greek animation (1945-2015).

The films that will be screened are:
The Duce talks …, Stamatis Polenakis (1942-1945)
Sssst, Theodoros Marangos (1971)
The Line, of John Koutsouri and Nasos Myrmiridi (1973)
Walk, Stratos Stasinos (1979)
The Hole, Jordan Ananiadis (1983)
Cosmos, by Dimitris Karathanasi (1987)
Cicada and Ant, Alekos Papadatou (1988)
Odeur de ville, (City odor) George Sifianou (1994)
35×50, Spyros Rasidaki (1997)

The showings are Saturday, October 10, 2015, at 18:30 in Re: Animation Hub, Carol 53.