The magazine was founded in 2005 by Daria Trifu who is also its Editor-in-Chief. The first cover of the annual magazine was shot and produced by Film Director Bruno Pischiutta and it features Ms. Trifu in a pose reminiscent of Degas' famed The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer sculpture.
Daria! is an art, culture & entertainment magazine; as a coffe table magazine available in print from 2005 and until 2022 when it went on-line, it was the only magazine with a black cover while the actual cover was placed on the inside. The look of Daria!'s printed issues combined that of Vanity Fair and of National Geographic.
Most of what is published in Daria! cannot be read anywhere else. The aim of Daria! is to influence the opinion of those who have power, the desire and will to change the world for the better, by engaging them on the topics, the people and the films featured in its articles.
From 2005 to 2022, Daria! was distributed at high class events, luxury clubs, hotels and film festivals worldwide. It was distributed during private events in Monte Carlo (Jockey Club - The Fairmont Hotel), in New York City (The Friars Club), in Montreal (International Film Festival), in Los Angeles (The Fairmont Hotel during The American Film Market), in Brasov - a resort city located in Romania, a few kilometers from the famous Dracula Castle - (Global Nonviolent Film Festival), in Last Vegas, in Cannes (Cannes Film Festival) and more. It was also mailed to top film executives and journalist around the world.
Since 2012, Daria! is publishing a Special Edition dedicated to the Global Nonviolent Film Festival, the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world.
In 2022, DARIA! magazine let go to its printed version and went fully on-line; it is now available at dariamagazine.com
The Launch of Daria! Online: EDITOR'S LETTER
For the 2022 edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival, DARIA! published articles about each one of the 38 films from 19 countries that have participated. The magazine is available at dariamagazine.com.
The 2021 issue of the arts, entertainment & business magazine, DARIA!, has 72 pages and is available on-line at dariamagazine.com.
Starting on page 25, “we present each of the 44 films from 27 countries that are selected in competition at the 2021 edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival”, says Daria Trifu, the publication’s Editor-in-Chief. The Festival took place from September 23 to October 3 on-line at globalnonviolentfilmfestival.com.
“Since launching the magazine in 2005, this is our biggest issue ever, with 136 pages. The aim of this publication is to influence the opinion of those who have power, desire and will to change the world for the better, by engaging them on the topics, the people and the films featured on its pages”, says Daria Trifu, founder and Editor-in-Chief.
In two exclusive articles for this issue of Daria!, film director Bruno Pischiutta interviews the internationally awarded production designer Davide De Stefano (page 20), and former Plenipotentiary Romanian Ambassador to Cuba, Dr. Dumitru Preda, pays tribute to his friend, Cuban historian Eusebio Leal, best known as the ‘Father of Havana’, on the eve of his passing (page 14).
The magazine also features articles about music Maestro Jay “Blue Jay” Jourden (page 11), and contemporary Italian painter Albertino Spina (page 7).
Starting on page 31, “we present each of the 66 films from 30 countries that were selected in competition at the 2020 edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival, that takes place annually since 2012", says Daria Trifu.
Daria! Magazine 2019 (click to read)
In this issue:
1. Interview with film producer Rebekah Louisa Smith (page 22);
2. Interview with film actress Sophia Abella (page 44);
3. Article about illustrator and fashion designer Codruta Luca (page 10);
4. A chapter from film director Bruno Pischiutta’s autobiographical blog, that regards the birth of this magazine (page 26);
5. Introducing ten inspiring international, English speaking, actors who are represented by the Global Film Actors Agency;
6. The complete Film Guide of the 2019 edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival (page 51).
Daria! Magazine 2018 (click to read)
Highlights from the 2018 issue of the magazine include the featured interviews with film director Flaminia Graziadei, with film auteur Bruno Pischiutta and with Greek Olympic athlete Kostadinos Kariotis. The magazine also presents every one of the 32 films and documentaries that have participated in the 2018 edition of Global Nonviolent Film Festival that took place from September 20 to 30. This year's cover features actress Christie Norton who is the Image of the 2018 Global Nonviolent Film Festival.
Daria! Magazine 2017 (click to read)
Highlights from the magazine include the exclusive interviews with Hollywood film producer Jamee Natella who is also gracing the cover of the magazine, and with Iranian film director Kazem Mollaie. In this issue, there are also articles about some of the actors represented by Global Film Actors Agency and the complete film guide of the 2017 edition of Global Nonviolent Film Festival.
Daria! Magazine 2016 (click to read)
This issue is dedicated to the 5th edition of Global Nonviolent Film Festival that, for the first time that year, was held exclusively on-line on its TV channel.
Daria! Magazine 2015 (click to read)
This issue celebrates the 10th anniversary of Daria! magazine.
Daria! Magazine 2014 (click to read)
This is an English/Romanian bilingual issue.
Daria! Magazine 2013 (click to read)
This is an English/Romanian bilingual issue.
Daria! Magazine 2007 (click to read)
This is a special issue celebrating Social Entrepreneurship. The cover (see above) features Bill Gates, Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett.
Daria! Magazine 2005 (click to read)
This is the premiere issue.
Global Film Studio is proud to announce that its chairman, film maestro Bruno Pischiutta, has become a member of the European Film Academy.