Dragobete – the Romanian holiday of love It is said that love travels beyond time and space, but how can this be possible? I invite you, dear reader, in a journey of words, allowing you to discover the unique way in which the Romanians celebrate love. Unveil a tradition that started long ago and that’s still very popular nowadays. Forget about Valentine’s Day, about the big red hearts, chocolate or fluffy toys. Take a moment and dive into more than 2000 years of traditions, legends and rituals. And who knows? Maybe, if you pay attention and respect the traditions exactly, you will (re)discover your special one this year! Who is “Dragobete”? 24th of February is the day when Romanians celebrate Dragobete, a day filled with love and romance that brings in the new spring season. It is a symbol of youth and pristine love, of hope and new life cycles. It is said that Dragobete is a Dacian God, similar to Cupid or Eros – the Greek God. He is the protector of love, joy …
A great selection of Romanian films at the Toronto International Film Festival 2019. Collective / Colectiv (Romania, Luxembourg, 2019) A documentary by Alexander Nanau. Director Alexander Nanau follows a crack team of investigators at the Romanian newspaper Sports Gazette as they try to uncover a vast health-care fraud that enriched moguls and politicians — and led to the deaths of innocent citizens Alexander Nanau was born in Bucharest and studied directing at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin. He has directed the feature documentaries The World According to Ion B (10) and Toto and His Sisters (14). Date Time Theatre Fri, Sep 06 16:00 Scotiabank Theatre Sun, Sep 08 15:15 Jackman Hall (AGO) Thu, Sep 12 15:15 Scotiabank Theatre More details at https://tiff.net/events/collective Simple Women (Italy, Romania, 2019) A film by Chiara Malta. In this innovative fiction debut from Chiara Malta, a director with epilepsy trying to make a film about the life of famed Romanian actor Elina Löwensohn discovers that her real-life subject bears little resemblance to the star she idolized. Chiara Malta …
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The Romanian Students Club is a cultural club representing the Romanian community at the University of Toronto. It organizes various events, from cultural to social events, allowing for the Romanian student body to gather and displays the Romanian culture to anyone interested in learning about it.
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