Graduated from French & Romanian literature and Opera directing, Razvan Radulescu is one of the most prominent Romanian scriptwriters from the younger generation. His name is directly linked to the success of Romanian cinema in the last 10 years. He is the author of several collections of short stories and essays, and of two novels. Razvan is scriptwriter and script consultant of 15 screenplays of long feature films, for which have brought him numerous awards and world fame: “Stuff and Dough” (1999) and “The Death of Mr. Lazarescu” (2005) – dir. Cristi Puiu; “Niki Ardelean, Colonel in Reserve” (2000) - dir. Lucian Pintilie; “4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days” (2007) – dir. Cristi Mungiu – Palme d’Or Cannes 2007 and the awards of the European Film Academy 2007 for Best Film and Best Director. He has been working together with Melissa de Raaf since 2006 and is the co-writer of “Shelter” and “First of All, Felicia” (2009), the latter being their first feature film as directors.