Please join the East Central European Center and the Harriman Institute for a screening of Karski & The Lords of Humanity, a partially animated documentary about a member of the Polish underground during World War II. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with producer and director Sławomir Grünberg.
Please join the East Central European Center, the Romanian Cultural Institute, New York, and the Harriman Institute for a talk with Dr. Noemi Marin, School of Communication and Multimedia Studies, Florida Atlantic University.
Please join the East Central European Center, the Romanian Cultural Institute, and the Harriman Institute for a talk about writer Norman Manea, presented by Claudiu Turcuș (Babeș-Bolyai University).
Please join the East Central European Center and the Harriman Institute for a discussion led by Professor Anna Katsnelson with award-winning Polish graphic novelist Wojciech Stefaniec about his work, inspirations, and the state of the comics scene in Poland today.
Please join the Harriman Institute and the East Central European Center for a talk with Daniela Richterová, PhD Candidate, University of Warwick, United Kingdom. “Carlos the Jackal” is perhaps the most notorious terrorist of the Cold War. Born as Ilich Ramírez Sánchez in Venezuela, before turning thirty, the self-proclaimed Marxist revolutionary-cum-hired gun established one of the most feared terrorist groups of the time.
Please join the Harriman Institute and the Njegos Endowment for Serbian Language and Culture for a screening of Houston, We Have A Problem! followed by a discussion with the film's director Žiga Virc, and producer, Boštjan Virc, who also collaborated on writing its screenplay. In Croatian, English, Serbian, and Slovene with English subtitles (88 min., 2016). Post-screening Q&A with the director and producer.
Please join the Harriman Institute and the East Central European Center for a screening of the Hungarian film Son of Saul (Hungarian Saul fia), followed by a Q&A with lead actor Géza Röhrig. Professor Ivan Sanders will introduce the film.
Please join us for a celebration of Romania’s national holiday and a screening of the documentary film The Realm Between Waters. The Realm Between Waters premiered in New York on December 1, 2016, courtesy of the Romanian new agency AGERPRES. This documentary depicts the lives of Lipovan Russians who live between the Black Sea and the Danube in the Danube Delta. It is about union, cultural preservation, unique architecture, and natural landscapes.