award winning actress
Speaks Serbian, Romanian and English
Ioana Flora had one of the lead roles in Cristi Puiu's Stuff and Dough, alongside Dragos Bucur and Alexandru Papadopol. This was the first Romanian picture selected in 2001, at Cannes' Quinzaine des Réalisateurs, and was credited with starting the New Wave of Romanian cinema.
Mostly, Ioana has had leading parts in acclaimed Romanian movies that have won prizes at international film festivals and she would welcome an international screen profile.
She received the Best Actress Award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival for Hooked (2008), directed by Adrian Sitaru, followed by three prestigious national awards: Best Romanian Actress (2016) for Back Home directed by Andrei Cohn, Best Supporting Role for Outbound (2012), directed by Bogdan Apetri, and Best Romanian Film Artist in 2012. She then took home the Best Actress Award at the Aubagne International Film Festival for A long Story (2014), directed by Jorien van Nes, and was awarded the Best Actress Award by the Romanian Cinema Union for her part in Deja Vu (2014).