A new film festival starts in Bucharest this week while Bach’s cello suite takes center stage in a dedicated performance. Check out several highlights from this week’s arts and culture program here.
Medieval torture instruments
Until June 10th
The exhibition includes items from the personal collection of Piotra Buczkowskiego of Poland. It counts over 50 torture items used in the Middle Age, with exhibits such as the 16th century Alsatian boots, the whip, the book, arms from prison guards or law enforcers, the wooden infamy pool, Juda’s cradle or the humility anchor.
The exhibition is open daily between 10.00 – 18.00. Monday closed.
Until March 25
The Bucharest International Film Festival B-EST IFF is on, bringing audiences independent, small-budget productions, as well as a selection of films awarded at important international festivals.
The full program of the festival here.
Do you like Bach?
The collection of Bach’s solo cello suite is presented in a performance by Razvan Sima, with a multimedia concept and video-projections by Tom Brandus. The one-month tour started at the beginning of March makes its final stop in Bucharest this Wednesday.
At Bucharest’s Radio Hall.