On the rich cultural scene of Los Angeles, the Viitorul Roman Society (VRS) succeeded in making its mark by organizing a flawless screening event of the documentary Chuck Norris versus Communism, where Mrs. Irina Margareta Nistor, the real life protagonist of the film, was present for a lively discussion and Q&A after the screening.
The event was organized by the VRS in collaboration with the Double4 Studios and the SEEFest film festival, and with the generous contribution of the Romanian Cultural Institute of New York.
The screening was held at the Laemmle Beverly Hills Music Hall theatre. The organizers had to request a larger theater hall in the last day, due to the large number of participants.
Mrs. Irina Nistor arrived at the theatre in a convertible coupe together with Razvan Dinu (ICR New York) and the young and talented actor Marc Titieni. Among the special guests of the night.
The event was open by the President of the VRS, Adrian Barbu, who also introduced the VRS team, the collaborators to the event, and last but not least, the special guest of the evening to the audience.
After the screening, which was very much enjoyed by the audience, a discussion and a Q&A session with Irina Nistor followed, moderated by the VRS Cultural Director, Bogdan Marcu.
Afterwards, everyone was invited to the Bru Haus restaurant, on Wilshire Boulevard, where a large section of the restaurant had been reserved.