“The year 2020 was a challenging one, due to the social distancing restrictions imposed by the authorities following the pandemic spread of the SARS-COV 2 virus.
However, we found new ways to operate and reach people.
Quarantime.Bucharest is a cultural and public information project that started during the lockdown period. Between March and May 2020, we produced over 150 video materials and 500 photos. The project was presented in mass media and on social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. They were also part of Biscuit Productions’ short documentary LOCKDAWN TILL DUSK, a collaborative project with 40 filmmakers from 20 countries that tells the story of a pandemic day.
Celebrating life, nature and global community, the film has been selected for the New York International Awards 2021.


Another collaboration was with the Blondie Association to build a fundraising campaign. The Blondie Association aims to give sick and lonely children the chance for maximum development from a physical, emotional and intellectual point of view.
The project was in collaboration with Chef Cezar and Matei, one of the children who joined the #luamunavion campaign. They want to help buy the first air ambulance in Romania. We produced a video and a series of photos that were posted on social media to create an awareness campaign.
I also had a project with the Sync Association where I created a material for an event aimed at promoting classical music and artists.


We thank our newer and older partners, Microsoft Education, Blondie Association, Samusocial Association from Romania, Radio Romania Cultural, Radio Guerilla, Scena9, RFI-Romania.”

– Laurențiu Garofeanu, President


The integrated and sustainable development of society through programs and projects aimed to improve the educational offer.

Promoting specific values of socio-cultural identity, creating a collective and individual responsibility with a higher social cohesion.

Through Non-formal education, Visual documentation, Culture and heritage, Local development through culture and community organization



Development of national and international level own programs and in partnership with public authorities.

Providing consultancy and advice to interested persons, in the fields of human rights, development of civic consciousness, as well as in other fields of general interest regarding public life.

Organization of training courses, seminars, conferences, public debates, as well as the development of measures, public demonstrations and other activities to raise awareness of public opinion.

Promoting and carrying out activities, projects or programs in order to assume civic responsibilities within local communities.

Initiating, preparing and establishing media and institutional partnerships.

Development of strategies, promotion and communication materials.

Dissemination and continuous promotion of projects, press releases, promotional videos, online promotions, presentations, screenings and debates, press appearances, testimonials.

Creation of various digital materials, videos, documentaries for the purpose of the association.


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Irina Enea is an emerging Romanian producer, production designer and casting director. In 4 years since her debut, she managed to produce, finance and release five indie short films: Dear Santa Claus (2018), The Tower of Pisa (2019), Don’t Draw the curtain (2019), The way home (2021) and Părfect (2022). The films are selected in over 30 festivals, winning several awards, and having TV distribution on HBO, Shorts TV & PRO Cinema. Her work also includes the online series The Dacians & The Romanians (3 episodes)

Dinu Atanasov is a film director that has been working in the video industry for over 8 years. He graduated from the Faculty of Film Directing and Television at Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts and later he specialized in documentary film at Master’s program. He has gained a lot of experience in video editing, film making, music videos, fashion videos, lots of commercials and documentaries, all this time collaborating with people from different countries such as: France, Ukraine, Russia, Montenegro, Germany, Switzerland.

With a passion for film, Simina has a BA in film directing at UNATC Bucharest, during which she directed six short movies. In 2022 she graduated with a Master’s degree in Film Production at the same university, where she produced several other short films. She has complemented her practical experience working as a production assistant for the production company DeFilm Production, for Mihai Mincan’s debut in feature film called “To the North”. She also collaborated with production companies like: Digital Spirit and Family Film on several commercial projects, for brands like: BMW, Zalando, Erste Bank, NEOM, Mercedes-Benz and Lindt.  

Andrei Martalog is a lighting designer based in Bucharest. He’s worked for the last 7 years with local production companies such as Icon Films, Studioset Productions, Multimedia EST, 2029, Saga Film,  Family Film and many others, for brands like: FIFA, TAZZ, KFC, McDonalds, L’Oreal, PRO TV, Carrefour and Nutella in the last year alone.

He’s also shot for Acasa, My Home (2020), which won the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Cinematography in 2020 at Sundance and Mekanism’s own Industreality, Little Miss Pole Dance and Lost and Found.