Ilinca Hărnuț is a Romanian film and theatre actress. She graduated from the National University of Theatre and Film „I.L.Caragiale” Bucharest in 2006. She is currently working on her doctoral thesis at the Bucharest National University of Arts. She has collaborated with the most important theatres in Bucharest, playing roles varying from Shakespeare to Tennesee Williams to contemporary texts. She has acted in films directed by Radu Jude, Ion Indolean, Sarra Tysorakidis and Josef Demian. She has been working on her first feature length script, alongside director Sarra Tsorakidis. „Karina” is her first solo project as a scriptwriter and director.




Karina loves everything about Dan, his Instagram posts, the music he writes, the conversations they have online. This was his band’s first concert since the beginning of the pandemic, and she finally gets a chance to meet him in person. But his sister and brother in law are also waiting for him in front of the venue, so the four of them end up spending the evening together. Karina is way too young for Dan, and even though they are all trying to overlook the obvious, eventually, her presence will put the two brothers’ relationship to the test.