The latest from Romanian filmmaker Cristi Puiu comprises four salty slices of pandemic-era life which range from the outwardly comic to the overtly grizzly.
Romanian director Cristian Mungiu returns with a superb social realist western with its finger on the erratic pulse of Europe.
By Mark Asch
The new film from one of Romania's foremost cine-ironists, Radu Jude, is a glorious, poisonous, everything-in-the-pot treatise on the state of the world today.
Three aid workers are led on a detour through darkest Transylvania in Radu Muntean’s allegorical intergenerational drama.
Double, triple and quadruple crosses play a part in this lightly-eccentric gangster thriller from a Romanian great.
One man’s soccer obsession becomes a humble plea for a better world in Corneliu Porumboiu’s riveting documentary.
This year’s Transylvania International Film Festival showcased a wealth of homegrown talent.
A film about ‘Stalin’s Space Monkeys’ and a participatory documentary were among the highlights of this year’s festival.
By Anton Bitel
Adrian Tofei goes full psycho-stalker in Be My Cat: A Film for Anne.
New features from Cristi Puiu and Ali Abbasi brought a gothic flavour to this year’s festival.
By Dana Knight
Directors like Bogdan Mirică are challenging their national cinema’s austere image.
The 2007 Palme d’Or winner returns to Cannes with another gripping and meticulous drama.