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Constantin Brâncuși - The never ending story

To the left we have a representation of what is known today as „The Endless Column”, dating 11.000 B.C., whilst to the right we have the same symbol found on romanian traditional folk clothing and last but not least, in the middle we have the great romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuși and his masterpiece „The Endless Column”. 28 more words


Today is Brâncuși's Birthday (19th February 1876)

The sculptor Constantin Brâncuși was born on this day in 1876 in Romania. I saw this piece in the Met, New York. Sleeping Muse is a beautiful object if for no other reason than it’s shape and lustre. 203 more words

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Constantin's Martin Moszkowicz on Local Industries, VOD and a Huge Shift in Arthouse Buys

One of the European industries most senior figures, Constantin Film’s Martin Moszkowicz talked to Variety on the eve of this year’s Berlin Festival on key trends in an international film industry now in deep long-term transformation. 1,603 more words


Strigătul unui țăran deznădăjduit

Către BOR, Parlament și Guvernul României

Am primit la Redacție oful unui om de la țară, strigătul deznădăjduit al tălpii țării românești, cu rugămintea de-a face public demersul său, șlefuindu-l pe înțelesul mai marilor noștri. 628 more words


Stephen Frears' 'Florence' Warbles Way To Strong World Sales Via Pathé - AFM

While the biggest game in town at the past week’s AFM has arguably been Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight, other prestige titles have certainly enticed foreign buyers. 222 more words


Graphic Novel 'Polar' Gets Film Adaptation from Dark Horse, Constantin

Constantin Film and Dark Horse Entertainment have launched development of a movie based on Dark Horse’s graphic novel “Polar: Came from the Cold.”

Constantin Film preemptively purchased the spec script for “Polar,” written by Jayson Rothwell. 138 more words


The Hollywood Reporter: MIPCOM: 'The Mortal Instruments' to Return as TV Series

12:40 PM PST 10/12/2014 by Scott Roxborough

Screen Gems The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones earned just $31 million at the domestic box office.

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