“Sometimes we are the only witnesses”, Rukmini says. “Bearing witness to these events is important. If not, it’s as if they never happened.”
A pro-life movement, supported by the US and funded by local money, is developing in Romania.
A Frenchman with a penchant for vampires invented a university and a gold medal, with which he tricked institutions, publications, and important intellectuals.
We went to Camden International Film Festival and found out how innovative technology helps us create empathy through more immersive stories.
A 12-year-old Bucharest student resorted to cutting because of her classmates. Even though they should have intervened, the teachers had no idea what to do. Bullying still is an unknown phenomenon to many of Romania’s schools.
These days, we talk more about the Holocaust and anti-Semitism. We talk more openly, but judeophobia is rampant again. It was probably never really gone, just well-hidden.
We asked one of the authors of the latest Lonely Planet Romania guide to recount a local travel experience. He took us all the way to Maramureș.
What isn’t becoming of a lady? What’s inappropriate for a man to do? I asked artists, journalists, and other professionals about who lied to them when they were children.
A tour of Geta Brătescu’s art. The first woman artist with a solo exhibition at the Romanian Pavilion in Venice.
I talked to film director Radu Jude about his latest movie „Țara moartă” (“The Dead Nation”). A documentary about a Romania we don’t wish to remember.