Boston – Feb 17 2013

NOTE: This event was originally scheduled for Feb 10th but was moved one week due to the Snow Storm

Thanks to our friends at Music Box Films we have 8 tickets for a special sneak preview of the film LORE, followed by a discussion of the film.

**ONLY 8 seats available for the first 8 EuroCircle members to RSVP.

Sneak Preview screening will take place Sunday, February 17th at 10 am – doors open at 930 am
@ Coolidge Corner: 290 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02446

“Lore” opens in the Boston area on Friday, March 1st at Landmark Theatres Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge

The year is 1945. Left to fend for herself when her SS officer father and mother, a staunch Nazi believer, are captured by the victorious Allies at the end of World War II, Lore, a fourteen-year-old German girl (striking newcomer Saskia Rosendahl) must lead her four siblings on a harrowing journey across a devastated country. When she meets the charismatic and mysterious young refugee Thomas, (Kai Malina, The White Ribbon) Lore soon finds her world shattered by feelings of hatred and desire as she must put her trust in the very person she was always taught to hate in order to survive.

Lore is the second film from Australian writer/director Cate Shortland (Somersault), and was Australia’s official selection for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was nominated for 8 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards.

The film was adapted from Rachel Seiffert’s novel The Dark Room (Booker Prize finalist), which is being re-released as Lore by Vintage Books in conjunction with the film’s theatrical opening.

Boston – Mar 14 2013

Thanks to our friends at Music Box Films we have 10 tickets (5 Pairs) for the film LORE.

**ONLY 10 seats available for the first 5 EuroCircle members to RSVP (1 ticket is for 2 people).

Tickets are valid for any screening from Monday to Thursday for next week and for the next two weeks as long as the movie is still playing so Check site for times Tickets will be emailed to the first 5 people who rsvp.

Theater: @ Kendall Square Cinema, One Kendall Square, Cambridge MA

“Lore” opens in the Boston area on Friday, March 8th at Landmark Theatres Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge

Austin – Apr 25 2015

EuroCircle Austin is proud to co-host for the 3rd time the Victory Cup Austin Classic. Polo Party.

Dubbed “The Best Party in Texas” this exclusive gala event will be held at the manicured polo fields at Austin Polo Club, the same lovely venue as the Gatsby Polo Party in 2013, about 15 min from downtown Austin.

Come join us for a gorgeous day of majestic horses, beautiful people and heart pounding polo at the Victory Cup on April 25th! The polo match consists of games featuring the UT Polo Team and Texas A&M and includes other events:

– Classic & Luxury Car Show
– Art Show in the VIP Tent presented by Big Ass Canvas
– Feature Polo Match: Texas Polo Team vs Aggie Polo Team
– Best Dressed Contest
– Fashion Show in the VIP Tent and Society Row
– Exclusive After Party (more details to follow)

Additionally, Dell Children’s Hospital is the premier philanthropic partner.

****EC Austin member can avail of an exclusive promo code CUATRO when buying tickets at the ticketbud site for a discount! *****

For more details please visit the website:

Adnan Khaleel and Cuatro Tolson

Boston – Apr 03 2013

Are You an Entrepreneur Looking for Capital? Your revenue is likely under $5 million per year or you are still at an idea level. Is your idea worth of investing? Well, it’s time to find out. The Soho Loft is run by a fellow European (Swedish, a long time EuroCircle NYC/Miami member)

Angel and Venture Capital Investment Strategies @ The Soho Loft Innovative Investing Symposium 2013

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The Soho Loft presents Innovative Investing Symposium 2013 in cooperation with Thomson Reuters/PartnerConnect East

How to meet investors, pitch them, and what it really takes to get them to write you a check. Covers trends in early-stage investing; sectors that angels and VCs are most interested in; factors that are most important to them when considering an investment; and the best and worst things an entrepreneur can do to get their attention.

We’re delighted to bring you The Soho Loft Innovative Investing Symposium 2013, a four-track event that is part of Thomson Reuters PartnerConnect 2013 network of events in Boston on April 3-5, the world’s largest event produced by Thomson Reuters for investors.

Thomson Reuters conferences on venture equity investing and funds management, organized by the editors of peHUB, VC Journal, HedgeWorld and Buyouts Magazine, bring together the most compelling content, information and networking opportunities in the investment industry.

More than 2,000 financial investors will attend Thomson Reuters PartnerConnect for an experience designed to address the most important financial trends reshaping society, thereby stimulating demand for innovative financial products and services.

This is a 2 part event – The first session will be the Life’s a Pitch TM workshop where we will work with entrepreneurs on building a clean and concise elevator pitch. Too often we see entrepreneurs get in front of investors and give a pitch that doesn’t work! This interactive workshop will help you build your pitch from the ground up, and put together a pitch that not only sounds amazing, but gives the specific information that investors need to hear about your company. This session is has VERY limited seating. This sessions attendees will also have access to session 2.

Session 2 of the event is a networking meet-and-greet between investors and entrepreneurs they have funded. This session is ONLY open to Entrepreneurs who have raised some capital, and the VC or Angel that invested in them. Each company and investor will be able to network with other companies and investors in the room with the goal of completing a current round or raising the next one. Keeping the formalities on the light side, each CEO & Investor in the room will be able to introduce themselves at the microphone.

At 5pm, all of our attendees will be given exclusive access to the full Thompson Reuters Institutional Investor Cocktail party. This is a great opportunity to network with Fund of Funds, potential LPs, Endowment Funds, Private Equity Funds and other VCs and Angel Investors.


Boston – Sep 30 2013

“Russian Voices”: Fall 2013 Film Series.
Free and Open to the Public
The first one is Monday September 30th. It is open to the public and free!

Here is a link with more details about the first of the films:


Presented by the Center of Study of Europe and The Department of Modern Languages & Comparative Literature

Organized: Elizabeth Amrien & Gulce Askin

Boston – Oct 16 2013

Join us on Wednesday, October 16, for a reading and conversation (in English!) with Romanian author Mircea Cărtărescu and a celebration of the publication by our friends at Archipelago Books of the first volume of Blinding, one of the most widely heralded literary sensations in contemporary Romania, and a bestseller from the day of its release. The conversation will be moderated by Delia Ungureanu, Assistant Professor at the University of Bucharest and Visiting Lecturer in Harvard’s Department of Comparative Literature.

Free and open to the public | Reception (wine, beer, and small bites) and book-signing to follow.

Mircea Cărtărescu was born in 1956. One of the foremost contemporary novelists and poets of Romania’s 1970s “Blue Jeans Generation,” his work was always strongly influenced by American writing in opposition to the official Communist ideology. Cărtărescu is the winner of the Romanian Writers’ Union Prize, the Romanian Academy’s Prize, and the 1992 nominee for the Prix Mèdicis, among other awards. His previous novel Nostalgia was published by New Directions. He currently lives in Bucharest.

This event takes place as part of our “European Voices” series – an ongoing series of conversations with artists and writers, activists and intellectuals exploring questions at the intersection of politics and culture. Co-sponsored by the literary journal AGNI. Funded in part by the European Commission Delegation in Washington DC.

Organized by BU Center for the Study of Europe
Gülce Aşkın & Elizabeth Amrien

Boston – Nov 06 2013

Join EuroCircle and BU Center for the Study of Europe on Wednesday, November 6, for a reading and conversation with Polish author Grażyna Plebanek and a celebration of the publication by New Europe Books of Illegal Liasons (Nielegalne związki, 2010).

A literary sensation in Poland where it sold 27,000 copies, Illegal Liasons is Plebanek’s first novel to be translated into English.

Plebanek is also the author of the highly acclaimed and bestselling novels Pudełko ze szpilkami (‘Box of Stilettos’, 2002), Dziewczyny z Portofino (‘Girls from Portofino’, 2005) and Przystupa (‘A Girl Called Przystupa’, 2007). In 2011 she was awarded the Literary Prize Zlote Sowy for her contribution to promoting Poland abroad. Plebanek is among a group of international artists whose portraits will be exhibited in Brussels Gare del’Ouest for the next 10 years. She lives in Brussels, Belgium.

Reception (wine, beer, small bites) and book-signing to follow.

This event takes place as part of our “European Voices” series – an ongoing series of conversations with artists and writers, activists and intellectuals exploring questions at the intersection of politics and culture. Co-sponsored by the literary journal AGNI. Funded in part by the European Commission Delegation in Washington DC.

Acclaim for Illegal Liaisons:

“A passionate novel of unstoppable physical obsession amongst a group of Brussels eurocrats, Illegal Liaisons offers a fascinating insight into the first Polish generation that is truly ‘free’, but struggle to know where the boundaries of that freedom lie.”–Stork Press

“Aspiring writer Jonathan puts his career on hold to follow his wife to Brussels, but finds himself drawn into an affair with the beautiful yet elusive Andrea. What follows is a tormenting battle between conscience and desire. Complex and compelling, Illegal Liaisons is a penetrating work of erotic imagination and a chilling portrait of the nature of love.”–New Europe Books

New York – Sep 10 2013


Join us for a special night of speedfriending (speednetworking) and cocktails with a European Flair on

Tuesday, September 10 2013 from 6pm-10pm

Registration will be at 6pm with the Speed Friending (speednetworking) starting at 6:30pm sharp.

Because of the set-up everyone MUST sign-up before the event as we need to print the seating charts for everyone prior to the event.

Come to EuroCircle’s SpeedFriending Cocktails the fastest way to network and create long lasting relationships.

The first 50 people to sign up will receive free Lumene Cosmetics! For over 40 years, Lumene is one of the leading Cosmetics brands in Europe.

EuroCircle buys your first Beer, Wine or a Soft Drink!

After the initial Speed Friending portion of the evening it will open up into a full networking party.

Don’t miss out on this life transforming opportunity!

There will be drink specials from 6-8pm.

Whether you want to make new friends, meet people for your business, looking for a new job this event is for you! Every few minutes you switch from one group to another group and get to introduce yourself to each group member for one minute. You will get to meet at least 25-30 people from European and International countries, backgrounds and professions.

We look forward to seeing you on September 10th!

Your Hosts:

Francois Belizaire, Haiti . Francois, while a New Yorker at heart, hails from the lovely Caribbean island of Haiti. He has established himself as a well-respected consultant for the luxury goods, fashion and hospitality industries working exclusively with European and Asian brands.

Sherry Kumar, Serbia <<
Alexandra Spirer, USA

Boston – Oct 03 2003

Join us for drinks at Noir-A warm, sophisticated bar serving classic cocktails, sweet and sultry signature drinks and a menu suited for a late night snack. It is designed to reflect the intense, decadent atmosphere of 1940′s nightlife.

Directions: From MBTA (Red Line – Harvard Square)
Follow signs to Harvard Square exit. Once on the street level, proceed down Brattle Street. Bear left onto Eliot Street. Turn right onto Bennett Street. The Charles Hotel will be on the left.

From The West (Mass Pike – Rt 90)
Heading east on Route 90 (Mass Pike) take exit 18 Brighton/Cambridge. Continue straight over River Street Bridge and then turn left onto Memorial Drive. Turn right onto J.F.Kennedy Street. Turn left at traffic light onto Eliot Street and bear left at intersection
onto Bennett Street. The Charles Hotel is
immediately on your left.

Hope to See You There!
Diana Cerrone and the Eurocircle Team

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