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Andrei KHRZHANOVSKY
Андрей ХРЖАНОВСКИЙ
Andreï KHRJANOVSKI
 
Russia, 2002, 26 mn 
Colour, black and white, animation

A Cat and a Half

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Полтора кота

 

 Un chat et demi

 Poltora kota


 
Directed by : Andrei KHRZHANOVSKY (Андрей ХРЖАНОВСКИЙ)
Writing credits : Yuri ARABOV (Юрий АРАБОВ), Andrei KHRZHANOVSKY (Андрей ХРЖАНОВСКИЙ)
Cinematography : Aleksey FEDOROV (Алексей ФЕДОРОВ)
Production design : Aleksandr BOYM (Александр БОЙМ), Natalya KRIVULYA (Наталия КРИВУЛЯ)
Produced by : Dmitriy YURKOV (Дмитрий ЮРКОВ)
Production : DAGO Co - LIMITED COMPANY
 

Awards :
Best Animation film "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2003

Plot synopsis
Anna Akhmatova’s cat was so lively and active that she used to call him “a cat and a half” and add: “Don’t you think he looks like Iosif?”
The film (which genre its authors defines as “sketches”) is devoted to life of Iosif Brodskiy before he was deported from Russia in 1972.
Lyric-epic tale about a poet and his alter-ego, a cat with which they travel together through time and the fates of each other, finding reflections in the waters of their beloved and native town.
The film is based on the writings and drawings of Brodskiy and on materials from unique photographic archive.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Great Cartoon Festival, Moscow (Russia), 2011
- International Leipzig Festival for documentary and animated film, Leipzig (Germany), 2009
- Kyiv International Film Festival 'Molodist', Kiev (Ukraine), 2009
- "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2003

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