Mircea Dumitrescu

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Mircea Dumitrescu
Born (1926-09-03)September 3, 1926
Dumitrești
Died March 11, 2005(2005-03-11) (aged 78)
Bucharest
Resting place
Cemetery of St. Nicholas's Church, Dumitrești
45°34′N 26°56′E / 45.567°N 26.933°E / 45.567; 26.933
Nationality Romanian
Citizenship Romania
Alma mater University of Bucharest
Occupation Professor
Employer Student's Culture House in Bucharest
Known for cinematography course
Spouse(s) No
Children No
Parents Elena Şisman, Victor Dumitrescu

Mircea Dumitrescu (September 3, 1926 – March 11, 2005) was a film critic, professor and essayist. He was known especially for his cinematography course accompanied by screenings in the main university cities in Romania.

Biography[edit]

Mircea Dumitrescu was born in Dumitrești, Vrancea County to Elena Şisman and Victor Dumitrescu (a physician), but he was brought up in Buzău. His father, Victor Dumitrescu, served at the "Carol I" Hospital in Dumitrești.[1] Between 1934 and 1946, he studied in Buzău and Craiova (Liceul militar „Dimitrie A. Sturdza”), but Dumitrescu completed his high school just in the 1960s.[2] He graduated from University of Bucharest and worked for Student's Culture House in Bucharest (1970–2005). After 1970, he supported a cinematography course (focused on the history, theory and aesthetics of film) accompanied by screenings in the main university cities in Romania: Bucharest, Iaşi, Târgu Mureş, Cluj-Napoca, Timişoara, Craiova, Braşov.[3] Mircea Dumitrescu was a member of the Romanian Filmmakers Union (1993).[4]

After 1992, he wrote articles, reviews, and film essays for: "Tribuna" (Cluj-Napoca), "Timpul" (Iaşi), "Tribuna Ardealului" (Cluj-Napoca), "Alternativa" (Braşov), "Monitorul" (Iaşi), "Util Expres" (Braşov), "Transilvania Expres" (Braşov), "Argument" (Cluj-Napoca), "Cuvântul libertăţii" (Craiova), "Jurnal de Mureş" (Târgu Mureş), "Monitorul de Suceava" (Suceava), "Jurnal de Vrancea" (Focşani), "Biserica şi problemele vremi" (Iaşi), "Tex–Caleidoscop" (Braşov), "Transilvania Jurnal" (Braşov), "Ideea creştină" (Iaşi), "Adevărul de Cluj" (Cluj-Napoca), "Gazeta de Transilvania" (Braşov), "Cotidianul – Week-end" (Bucharest), Revista Respiro (www.revistarespiro.com). Mircea Dumitrescu collaborated with television stations TVS Holding (Braşov) and Europa Nova (Iaşi).[5] Dumitrescu was a member of "Asociaţia Ziariştilor Români" after 1994.

In 2001, his book of essays, "Istoria cinematografiei universale," was published by Noesis editor Remus Cernea.[6]

Books[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Almanahul Râmnicului, 1933
  2. ^ Marian Găloiu, Dumitreştii de ieri, Editura Rafet, Râmnicu Sărat, 2011, pp.90-91
  3. ^ PROF. MIRCEA DUMITRESCU
  4. ^ Sorin Tudose, Prof. MIRCEA DUMITRESCU
  5. ^ PROF. MIRCEA DUMITRESCU
  6. ^ Mircea Dumitrescu, "Istoria cinematografiei universale. Eseuri", vol. 1, Noesis Cultural Society, 2001, ISBN 973-8342-03-1

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