When John was born, in 1934, his mother gifted him with three names: John, Constantin, and Brâncuşi. She told him his father was Constantin Brâncuşi, the famous sculptor, but...
Lumea e a mea/ The World is Mine, Nicolae Constantin Tănase’s first feature film, won the Romanian Days Award for Best Debut at Transilvania International Film Festival.
An independent production by Libra Film and Radu Stancu's deFilm, The World Is Mine follows the story of 16-year-old Larisa who lives in a small coastal town in a social environment where image and money afford power over others. With courage and a dogged determination that commands and intimidates, Larisa attempts to attain just such a “dream”. “Talented Romanian first-timer Nicolae Constantin Tănase captures the most intense period of a person’s life with skill and disarming authenticity”, according to Variety.com.
The script was written by Raluca Mănescu and the film was shot in 2013 with a budget sourced exclusively from private parties. Except Iulia Ciochină, who previosly played in several short films, the main actors Ana Maria Guran, Oana Rusu, Ana Vătămanu and Florin Hrițcu are all non-professional.
Tănase previously directed awarded short films. Blu, the first short film Tănase made after studies at the National University of Theatre and Film I.L. Caragiale, won honors at the Transilvania IFF and Cortex IFF and received two nominations at the national Gopo awards. Tănase was also named best newcomer at Gopo. The World Is Mine/Lumea e a mea will be distributed in Romania by Transilvania Film in November 2015.
Director: Nicolae Constantin Tănase
Screenwriter: Raluca Mănescu
Director of Photography: Daniel Kosuth
Music: Vlaicu Golcea
Editor: Ion Tănase
Art Director: Adeline Bădescu
Producer: Tudor Giurgiu, Radu Stancu
Production: Libra Film Productions, deFilm
Main cast: Ana Maria Guran, Iulia Ciochină, Oana Rusu, Ana Vătămanu, Florin Hrițcu
Country: Romania | Year: 2014 | Genre: Drama | Running time: 104’ | Language: Romanian | Format: DCP, Color, 1:1:85