Mihai Ursu is a journalist based in București, Romania, skilled in camera work, research, live or recorded transmissions, fixing and so on. Has own equipment, will travel. The BBC, Al Jazeera, Deutsche Welle, Euronews and many other international clients.
Counter-rally in Bucharest at the Presidential Palace, as the "February Spring" Revolution unfolds in Victory Square, at the Cabinet Office. Credit: Fixing, translating
Hundreds of thousands protest over new legislation that decriminalizes corruption in Romania. Credits: Fixing, translating,
Trashed (2012) - documentary by Blenheim Films, featuring Jeremy Irons Credit: fixing
The Great Big Romanian Invasion - BBC Documentary Credit: research, fixing, some camera, on-location producer
Live on BBC Scotland, 2010.
Feature story for Euronews, 2011. Credit: Fixing, some camera.
Feature story for Euronews. Credit: fixing
First of 5 installments from a documentary about Romanian poet Adrian Păunescu. Credit: anchor, script
Gay Pride Parade, Bucharest, 2016. Credit: Camera work
Violent scuffles in Central Bucharest, 2012 - fixing and camera credit.
Protests in Bucharest, 2012 - credit for camera work and fixing.
Feature story for Deutsche Welle - fixing and camera work credit.
Clashes in Pungești, Romania, between riot police and anti-fracking activists, on Chevron drilling site.
Peaceful rally of unionist militants in Central Bucharest against US Ambassador to neighbouring Republic of Moldova.
Commercial presentation for a tour guide business in Bucharest - credited for concept, script, camera work and edit.
Ground view 360 degrees footage of BIAS 2017, Romania's largest annual air show.
Protesters break police cordons outside Romania's Palace of Parliament, angry at yet a new attempt to water down anti-corruption laws.