A very nice video presentation for Sibiu and the surrounding areas, showing the main attractions of the city, but also of the entire county.
Here’s the third part of the Wild Carpathia documentary. This time about northern Romania, a world of medieval villages, ancient monasteries, historic traditions and mesmerizing beauty.
This documentary got in my hands a few days ago and the title caught my curiosity on the spot. It’s a very good documentary for those who want to open their eyes a bit more and understand how medicine is practices in our days and how the pharmaceutical companies rules the world. But most importantly […]
Gasland is a 2010 American documentary written and directed by Josh Fox. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2011, the film focuses on communities in the United States impacted by natural gas drilling and, specifically, a method of horizontal drilling into shale formations known as slickwater fracking.
The second part of the Wild Carpathia series is now out. A very nice documentary about the beauties of Romania, from when entering the border with Serbia until the Danube flows into the Black Sea and forms an amazing Delta. Enjoy!
A very nice documentary film about the beauties of Romania. A long journey throughout Romania and its untouched culture, traditions, people and nature, but most of all a journey of struggling to keep everything true and pure. Enjoy this one hour story from Travel Channel and come visit! Facebook Travel Channel
A sad documentary made by Beny Cosma about a village somewhere in Transylvania where everybody left and only this old woman remained, all alone, with a dog and chicken as her best friends.
Oana R. Ghiocel, an American filmmaker born in Romania, and Dr. Robert M. Schoch, Boston University Professor and a world-renowned geologist investigate enigmatic structures in the Wild Carpathian Mountains of Romania. The documentary searches the deep roots of the oldest European civilization, retracing its origins to the primordial human culture of Old Europe that left its traces on the archeological records, legends and myths around the world, on our current institutions and many of our society’s religious practices. The Great Sphinx of Carpathian is the legacy of a highly sophisticated spiritual people.
I watched this documentary film until 3 in the morning and I couldn’t sleep at all after that. Now it’s morning and I feel a bit of nausea combined with shock, repulsion and intrigue. I can’t find my words to describe what the documentary is about. I think it’s best that each of you watch it and decide where you stand afterwards.