Part of our endeavor to support Romanian culture and artists, our non-profit branch – Axis Productions Association – is involved in several projects seeking to make a difference in the local cultural landscape.
Our current projects
- Film Production
- Axis is producing a documentary film about cyber security and the way today’s threats are shaping the national and international security landscape. Our film, called Silent Threats, will unveil the personal story of three hackers and their mysterious mind-set. It will show what drives hackers, their modus operandi and the current implications of their actions on nations’ security and societies alike. The human side of the story will crisscross with powerful, exclusive interviews of experts, government officials and intelligence specialists, as well as with visual effects aiming to show the underground world of hackers and how cyber threats can affect our daily lives.
- Theater Production
- “The Yalta Game”, by Brian Friel, after Chekhov’s ”The Lady With The Dog”, Director: Cezar Ghioca. With: Adrian Paduraru and Ana Donosa. Scenographer: Ion Nedelcu; Music: Tom Brandusa; Executive Producer: Adina Sadeanu.
For the very first time, a play written by Irish playwright Brian Friel, one of the greatest living English-language dramatists, is staged in Bucharest. While preserving the orginality of the playwright, the director brings in a unique vision that dares sfor a live scenograph that combines wine painting and modern technology, all mingling into an extraordinary performance offering a special experience in which the real and the imaginary are woven into fate’s mysterious game of a love story …
- “Harca”, by Matei Milo is a modern musical, a mystery love story that unfolds in a world subdued by love for drugs and the power of manipulation. With “Baba Harca” begins the long history of Romanian musical literature. The original text is written by Matei Millo and the music owned by Alexander Flehtenmaher – two reputable Romanian artists who left their mark on our culture 150 years ago. The original story was printed in 1851 in the in Bucharest. Yet, the love story it unveils is more actual then ever – it speaks about the power of illusion and the illusion of power in a world subdued by manipulation. The adaptation is aimed equally at young and mature public, fond of musical theater genre, as it brings in new, modern elements, aiming to add value to the original text and offer viewers a unique cultural experience.
- Show production
- “American nights in Bucharest” – a unique show that combines jazz, poetry and dance, offering a captivating journey into American culture performed by both Romanian and American artists.
- Go4Talent – a special project that will support Romanian artists and their art to become well-known abroad.
- Supporting Diana Draghici, a very young Romanian painter, whose special “taste” for human faces places her among the most promising Romanian painters;
- Traian Traicu, one of the very few Romanian kinetic sculptors, seeks to promote his art both locally and internationally. He has recently earned a PhD in this field and his work of arts have been already part of an exhibition in Bucharest.
Axis Media Academy
Are you a student interested in learning faster and better the craft of journalism and communication? We offer tailored made trainings for small groups of students. We can guarantee your learning process is unmatched by any local institutions. Our trainer has studied journalism in the United States and has written both in local and foreign media. After this course, we can guarantee that your stories will be as good as those published by any national or local newspaper.