The cinematic portrait of Marina Borisovna, who has been working in film processing laboratories for 52 years. The film tells about her profession, experiences and the most personal dreams.The Metamorphose is a movie about turning our memories into a long film.
The meditative portrait of Jozef Tóth, a Slovak missionary priest, who lives in Eastern Siberia for almost 30 years. Thanks to his exceptional ability to listen, he daily overcomes the cold and the distance between people. Yet, Is it enough to spread Christianity in the land tightly connected to shamanism and communism?
Foggy morning on the White Sea. A lone fisherman meets a woman lying on the shore and takes her home. Being trapped by her beauty, he acts like a frightened child, trying to find any kind of contact with her. Regardless of the tenderness of the fisherman, the woman leaves the house in search of a new path.
Evgenia Sergeevna was just seven years old when the Nazi's invaded Krasnodar, Russia. Left alone with her mother in occupied territory, she grew up quickly. This experimental documentary examines place, memory, and the importance of the passing of stories to so that history is not repeated.
Packaging, posters, fonts, dishes, clothes, toys, furniture, cars and electronics - the series introduces the unique things and solutions that shaped the way of life in the USSR. The heroes in each series are leading researchers of the topic - historians, art critics, collectors, as well as successful Russian designers.
"Undisciplined Art" tells the stories of unique self-taught artists from different regions of Russia. The creativity of self-taught people received public recognition at the end of the 19th century, but still raises many questions and disputes. This concept includes cultural phenomena that are commonly called naive and outsider art, as well as a wide panorama of diverse artistic practices that combine folk traditions and innovative experiments, personal stories and global trends.
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The portrait of a Slovak salesian misionnary who has been working in Ecuadorian jungle for 12 years. Anton Odrobiňák is a former successful weightlifter whose physical strength and mental endurance formed him to a dedicated priest. The sadness of a missionary’s lonely life contrasts to wild rainforest and colorful culture of Shuars.
The Youth Theatre, founded in 1975, has gone from bans on performances in its native Arkhangelsk to performances at the Avignon Festival and the award of Russia's main theater prize, the Golden Mask. In 1990, Viktor Panov organized the International Festival of Street Theaters, which brings together groups from all over the world in the city by the White Sea.