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Vladimir GERCHIKOV
Владимир ГЕРЧИКОВ
Vladimir GUERTCHIKOV
 
Russia, 2010, 20 mn 
Colour, documentary

Reading "Chevengur"

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Читая «Чевенгур»

 

 En lisant "Tchevengour"

 Chitaya "Chevengur"


 
Directed by : Vladimir GERCHIKOV (Владимир ГЕРЧИКОВ)
Writing credits : Vladimir GERCHIKOV (Владимир ГЕРЧИКОВ)
Cinematography : Vladimir BESPAMYATNOV (Владимир БЕСПАМЯТНОВ), Alisher KHAMIDKHODZHAEV (Алишер ХАМИДХОДЖАЕВ), Pavel SURKOV (Павел СУРКОВ)
Produced by : Vladimir GERCHIKOV (Владимир ГЕРЧИКОВ)
Production : TELEMOST
Sales :studia_telemost@mail.ru
 

Awards :
Best documentary Festival ''Cinema and literature'', Gatchina (Russia), 2011
Best Short Television Documentary National Documentary Awards : Laurel, Moscow (Russia), 2010

Plot synopsis
The film is based on The Blockade Book by Ales Adamovich and Daniil Granin. In the 1960s and 70s, the writers recorded recollections of survivors of the Siege of Leningrad. Their stories are both forthright and harrowing. Aleksandr Sokurov filled a small recording studio with residents of modern-day St. Petersburg from all walks of life and age groups. They paged through the pages of The Blockade Book, picking out and reading the stories that struck them. They were visibly affected as they read and relived the emotions that permeate these true stories from blockade survivors.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival ''Cinema and literature'', Gatchina (Russia), 2011
- Message to Man : International Short, Documentary and Animated Film Festival, St Petersburg (Russia), 2010
- National Documentary Awards : Laurel, Moscow (Russia), 2010
- Open Festival of the Documentaries “Russia”, Yekaterinburg (Russia), 2010


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