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Dmitriy KUBASOV
Дмитрий КУБАСОВ
Dmitri KOUBASSOV
 
Russia, 2011, 45 mn 
Colour, documentary

Tanya Number 5

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Таня "5-ая"

 

 Tania "5ème"

 Tanya "5-aya"


 
Directed by : Dmitriy KUBASOV (Дмитрий КУБАСОВ)
Writing credits : Dmitriy KUBASOV (Дмитрий КУБАСОВ)
Cinematography : Dmitriy KUBASOV (Дмитрий КУБАСОВ)
Production : Marina Razbezhkina Worksop, Cinema group «PLAN»
kubasov85@yandex.ru
 

Awards :
Best documentary Open Film Festival for students and beginners, Moscow (Russia), 2011
Best first film Saratov International Documentary Festival "Saratovskie Stradaniya", Saratov (Russia), 2011

Plot synopsis
Tanya works as a taxi driver 101 km away from Moscow. Here everybody knows each other – if not personally, then through the friends. Belated passengers feel that they met Tanya more that once ,so, she hears a lot of intimate conversations and drunken confessions in her taxi. Even though Tanya is number five for her taxi company dispatchers, she is always number one by nature. She rackishly swears at the workers, who have washed her car badly, she raises the children by herself and sells vodka – in large quantities, at night, after working on taxi.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival of Central and Eastern Film , Wiesbaden (Germany), 2013
- International Film Festival Tarkovski, Ivanovo (Russia), 2011
- Saratov International Documentary Festival "Saratovskie Stradaniya", Saratov (Russia), 2011
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2011
- Open Film Festival for students and beginners, Moscow (Russia), 2011

Photos and videos
 

Таня 5-ая from Askold Kurov on Vimeo.

 


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