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Third day – the schedule of events

9.00-21.00, Community Centre of Unions “The Fantasy House” Marathon screenings of the Game of Thrones movies Free entrance Break: 18.00-19.00 Moderator: Vlad Frînghiu   10.00-11.30, Institut Français Iași, “Benjamin Fondane” Hall Round table: “Promoting Literature on International Book

Second day – the full programme

Thursday is packed with events at the International Literature and Translation Festival. Here is the schedule of events: 9.00-21.00, The Community Centre of Unions “The Fantasy House” Marathon screenings of the Harry Potter movies Free entrance Break:

Video: Mircea Cărtărescu and Olga Tokarczuk Evening

“FILIT Evenings” Meet Mircea Cărtărescu and Olga Tokarczuk Host: Robert Șerban Presenter: Cătălin Sava

FILIT is starting. Here is today’s programme

Writers, journalists, translators and publishers have already arrived in Iași and are ready for the first day of the International Literature and Translation Festival Iași (FILIT). Hundreds of events for literature aficionados will take place until

FILIT book scavenger hunt in Iași

The International Festival of Literature and Translation - Iasi – FILIT and the local community of bloggers Social Media Iași organize a chasing of books in Iași municipality in order to prepare for the fifth

 

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romanian and foreign accredited journalists
I’ve had a wonderful time so far at the festival. I’ve had a very big audience yesterday evening and a very enthusiastic audience and it’s the audience that makes the event I think. If you see them interested and if they’re enjoying themselves, then you project better. So it was a very happy evening. 
David Lodge
The festival is of the highest level, in my opinion. It is an event not just of our national cultural scene, but, as far as I can see, this is one of the largest if not the largest such festival in the East of Europe. It’s a great success.
Mircea Cărtărescu