Actor Ion Caramitru was buried on Friday, with military honours, on the Actors' Alley of the Bellu Cemetery in the Capital City, in the presence of dozens of people who applauded for a long time.
The documentary "colectiv/Collective" by Alexander Nanau - Romania's 2021 Oscar nomination for Best Documentary and Best Foreign Language Film - received the Gopo Award for Best Feature at the gala that took place on Tuesday evening at the "Mihai Eminescu" amphitheater in Bucharest.
Cultural and artistic officials and local administration officials of Iasi laid wreaths on Friday at the linden tree in Copou Park under which Mihai Eminescu wrote part of his literary work, on the poet's 171st birth anniversary. Due to the pandemic, the number of attendees was small compared to previous years, in the dozen, who had to keep their l distance and give up speeches.
"This year, on January 15, we celebrate a sad day of national culture. First of all, because of this plague that brought us to our knees, closed our halls of performances, exhibitions, libraries, archives, libraries.
The Bucharest National Opera (ONB) will broadcast online, on Friday, on the National Culture Day, six shows signed by Romanian composers within the project titled #DordeONB, from the Opera online series.
Senator Calin Popescu-Tariceanu, who is running for a new term in Parliament on behalf of the Pro Romania Party, said today that he voted for a democratic society where power is not concentrated "in the hands of just one man." "I cast my ballot today with the thought that there is a great danger lurking over our democracy, specifically the accumulation of power in the hands of one man.
Mihai Eminescu has "unveiled" the soul in its purest forms, said on Monday the president of the Romanian Academy, Ioan-Aurel Pop, who urged that at least today, on the 131st anniversary of the poet's death, we do not criticize him. "In adolescence, we learned that on January 15 and June 15, we are entitled to think of Eminescu as our homeland.
May 6, 1990 saw the first "flower bridge" thrown open across the Prut River as part of the border-opening events with the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR).
President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday stated that "Romania needs to overcome its cultural paradoxes," and the specialists in the cultural field must establish the priorities and the concrete objectives for the modernisation of the national culture infrastructure, and give real content to the multiannual funding of these objectives.
Culture Minister Bogdan Gheorghiu said on Wednesday that the duty of the public institutions and administrations is to make sure that the names of those who made history and sketched up Romania's national destiny will not be forgotten by children, adding that a Romania of culture is a country of partnerships, increased tolerance and acceptance.