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Yevgeni YUFIT
Евгений ЮФИТ
Evgueni YOUFIT
 
Russia / Netherlands, 2004, 90 mn 
Colour, fiction

Bipedalism

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Прямохождение

 

 Bipédalisme

 Pryamokhozhdeniye


 
Directed by : Yevgeni YUFIT (Евгений ЮФИТ)
Writing credits : Yevgeni YUFIT (Евгений ЮФИТ)
Cinematography : Yevgeni YUFIT (Евгений ЮФИТ)
Produced by : Igor KALYONOV (Игорь КАЛЕНОВ), Sergey SELIANOV (Сергей СЕЛЬЯНОВ)
Production : CTB, Nikola Film, Hubert Bals Fund
 

Plot synopsis
The main character is crazy about about depicting various anomalies in art. Accidentally he finds a cinematography archive which makes him advance a completely new theory on the reasons why humans became bipedal.
Yufit proceeds with the plot by describing a scientist struggling against the epidemic wave of anomalies in the physical and mental world thematically started in his other films. This time the struggle takes place on the background of paleoanthropolgy, psychoanalysis and modern art. As materials of the Museum of Anthropology and other archives are included in the film, it oversteps the boundary between a feature film and documentary.
Source : http://arsenals.lv, 2008
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Evgenii Iufit, Bipedalism [Priamokhozhdenie] (2005), Thomas CAMPBELL, kinokultura.com, 2005
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Riga International Film Festival “Arsenals”, Riga (Latvia), 2008
- Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam (Netherlands), 2005
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2005
- International Film Festival : Pacific Meridians, Vladivostok (Russia), 2005
- Film Festival of CIS countries, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia "Kinoshock", Anapa (Russia), 2005


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