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Marina GOLDOVSKAYA
Марина ГОЛДОВСКАЯ
Marina GOLDOVSKAIA
 
Russia, 2008, 39 mn 
documentary

Three Songs About Motherland

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Три песни о родине

 

 Trois chants sur la patrie

 Tri pesni o rodine


 
Directed by : Marina GOLDOVSKAYA (Марина ГОЛДОВСКАЯ)
Writing credits : Marina GOLDOVSKAYA (Марина ГОЛДОВСКАЯ)
Cinematography : Marina GOLDOVSKAYA (Марина ГОЛДОВСКАЯ)
Produced by : Tatyana ALEKSANDROVA (Татьяна АЛЕКСАНДРОВА)
Production : “Alma Mater” Studio
 

Plot synopsis
The movie consists of three novels, which narrate about people whose fortune in a certain way came in touch with that of Marina Goldovskaya – a woman with camera.
As a time portraitist she retained for us the memories of the first builders of Komsomolsk-on-Amur (“Far East, Komsomolsk-on-Amur city. A dream city of 1930s” novel), of pages of life and death of the famous journalist Anna Politkovskaya (“Moscow. City of Tears. 2000s”), who believed it was her duty to tell people the truth…Despite the danger of her work, she, as an uncompromising, brave, and purposeful person, could not help but write and not to wait “until the utmost”…
In the third novel “Siberia, Khanty-Mansiisk city. City of Hope XXI century”, the author narrates about those realities of our time that allow noticing changes in the lives of the people of the young Siberian city, the changes that provide an opportunity to look into future with optimism.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International Human Rights Film Festival, Moscow (Russia), 2012
- Russian Film Week in Paris : Regards de Russie, Paris (France), 2011
- International Human Rights Film Festival, Moscow (Russia), 2010


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