Anna Codrea-Rado

A festival of Romanian film wrestles with political instability back home, and emerges anew:

A Romanian film festival, affected by political instability back home, redefines itself and keeps the flame of Romanian cinema alive.

Bio: Anna Codrea-Rado is a digital journalist and feature writer. She writes about electronic music, emerging arts and new media. Originally from London, she now lives in Brooklyn. Find her on Twitter here.

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A festival of Romanian film wrestles with political instability back home, and emerges anew

A Romanian film festival, affected by political instability back home, redefines itself and keeps the flame of Romanian cinema alive.

Nov. 28, 2012

 
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The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, showing off the borough’s talent and bringing artists from across the pond

Now in its fifth year, the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival has far exceeded its founders' goals, but there's still room to grow.

Nov. 9, 2012

 
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Photoessay: At twilight, with a sudden surge of power, an alternate downtown universe flickers out

The days without power had drawn on long enough that, for some, new rituals, not entirely unpleasant, were suddenly about to disappear (until the next time?)

Nov. 4, 2012

 
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PS1’s Warm Up comes to temperature for its 15th anniversary season

At the opening event of MoMA PS1's 15th annual Warm Up series, heat withers, but the music wins the day

Jul. 9, 2012

 
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British electronic musician Bonobo celebrates his birthday with black balloons

British electronic musician Bonobo celebrated his album release and his birthday with a D.J. set at Le Poisson Rouge

Apr. 2, 2012