September 8, 2018
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IOANA CRĂCIUNESCU (b. 1950, Bucharest) is a Romanian theatre and cinema actress, and poet. She graduated from the “I. L. Caragiale” University of Theatre and Film in 1973 and she became an actress at Nottara Theatre in Bucharest. Published volumes: Duminica absent (Sunday Absent, 1980); Supa de ceapă (Onion Soup, 1981); Iarna clinică (Clinical Winter, 1983); Mașinăria cu aburi (Steam Machine, 1984); Creștet și gheare (Head and Claws, 1998); Onion Soup/Soupe ŕ l’oignon, 2007; Mon general, 2014. Films: The Actor and the Savages (1975); The Actress, the Dollars and the Transylvanians (1980). Ioana Crăciunescu also played in Pullman Paradise (1995), Mensonge (1993), Quelque part vers Conakry (1992), Stories with Alexandra (1989), Sunday with Family (1987), Let Me Tell You About Myself (1987), The Woman in the Big Dipper (1982), End of the Line (1982), Why are They Pulling the Bells, Mitică? (1981), Ion: the Curse of the Land, the Curse of Love (1979), Special Edition (1978). She is a member of the Romanian Writers’ Union and of the Journalists’ Union, UCIN and UNITER.