Catalin Paraschiv, Rudy Rosenfeld, Constantin Barbulescu
Film director: 
Faye Jackson
Event date: 
Sat, 29/10/2011

Strigoi is a 2009 British/Romanian comedy horror based on the Romanian mythology. The film is directed by Faye Jackson and stars Constantin Bărbulescu, Camelia Maxim, and Rudi Rosenfeld.

Following a screening at Chapter Arts Centre in October 2011, a sciSCREEN discussion was held. Read Rebecca Williams' response to the film by clicking on the article title on the right-hand side.

Articles on this film:

Strigoi: The Undead, by Rebecca Williams

In her book Our Vampires, Ourselves theorist Nina Auerbach famously stated that ‘every age embraces the vampire it needs’[1]. Indeed, there is a long history of belief in, and representation of the vampire, from Ancient Greece and Rome to England, from Norse mythology and witch trials in the Middle Ages, through to the Gothic literature of England in the Victorian era.