Razvan Radulescu is one of the most prolific screenwriters among the new generation of Romanian filmmakers who’ve made a mark the international film scene over the past decade. His first novel, The Life and Deeds of Elijah Cazane (1997), was awarded the Best Debut prize by the Romanian Writers Guild; his second, Theodosius the Small (2006), won the EU Prize for Literature. He has collaborated with numerous successful directors, and his filmography includes 16 feature films, among them The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (dir. Cristi Puiu, 2005), Tuesday After Christmas (dir. Radu Muntean, 2009) and Shelter (dir. Dragomir Sholev, 2009). He co-wrote and co-directed First of All Felicia (2009), and was script advisor on 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (Cristian Mungiu, 2007) and The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu (Andrei Ujica, 2011).