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Sergey MOKRITSKY
Сергей МОКРИЦКИЙ
Sergueï MOKRITSKI
 
Russia / Ukraina, 2015, 123 mn 
fiction

Battle for Sevastopol

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Битва за Севастополь

 

 La Bataille de Sébastopol

 Bitva za Sevastopol


Russian subtitle : Незламна
 
Directed by : Sergey MOKRITSKY (Сергей МОКРИЦКИЙ)
Writing credits : Maksim BUDARIN (Максим БУДАРИН), Leonid KORIN (Леонид КОРИН), Sergey MOKRITSKY (Сергей МОКРИЦКИЙ)
 
Cast
Yulia PERESILD (Юлия ПЕРЕСИЛЬД)
Yevgeni TSYGANOV (Евгений ЦЫГАНОВ)
Nikita TARASOV (Никита ТАРАСОВ)
Vilen BABICHEV (Вилен БАБИЧЕВ)
Sergey BARKOVSKY (Сергей БАРКОВСКИЙ)
Anatoli KOT (Анатолий КОТ)
Polina PAKHOMOVA (Полина ПАХОМОВА)
Sergey PUSKEPALIS (Сергей ПУСКЕПАЛИС)
Oleg VASILKOV (Олег ВАСИЛЬКОВ)
 
Cinematography : Yuri KOROL (Юрий КОРОЛЬ)
Production design : Yuri GRIGOROVICH (2) (Юрий ГРИГОРОВИЧ (2))
Music : Yevgeni GALPERIN (Евгений ГАЛЬПЕРИН)
Produced by : Natalia MOKRITSKAIA (Наталья МОКРИЦКАЯ), Egor OLESOV (Егор ОЛЕСОВ), Ulyana SAVELIEVA (Ульяна САВЕЛЬЕВА)
Other persons :
Актёры (Cast; Acteurs) : Джоан Блэкэм (Joan Blackham)
Production : "Новые люди" / "Novyié lioudy », les studios « Kinorob » avec le soutien de la Fondation du cinéma russe
 

Awards :
Best actress Yulia PERESILD , Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2016
Best Cinematography Yuri KOROL , Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2016

Note :
How the Project Came to Life: The idea to film a biopic of Ludmila Pavlichenko was originally conceived by the Cinema Committee of Ukraine in 2012, then headed by Ekaterina Kopylova. The project had to unite two countries in this depiction of a large-scale excerpt of their mutual recent history. Producers on both sides were equally fascinated by this true story, and the work began. The decision to green light the project was made in December 2012 by Kinorob (Ukraine) headed by Egor Olesov and New People (Russia) headed by Natalia Mokritskaya. Actual production began in 2013. The film was funded by Ministry of Culture of Russia and Ukranian Cinema Committee. The budget is 5 Million US$. Shooting began in Fall of 2013 and lasted until July 25th, 2014. It took place in Sevastopol, Balaklava, Kiev, Odessa, Kamenets-Podolsky.

Plot synopsis
Story of a woman who changed the course of history 
Falling in love with men who perished in devastating enemy fire, befriending Eleanor Roosevelt, delivering a landmark speech at a conference that influenced the outcome of World War II, constantly fighting in order to live and to love can a fragile woman handle all this ? This is the true story of Ludmila Pavlichenko, a legendary Soviet woman sniper. Soldiers went into combat carrying her name. Enemies hunted her. She saw death and suffering on the battlefield, but her hardest test was love, which war could take away from her…  
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Nantes Russian Film Festival, Nantes (France), 2016
- Russian Film Festival in Niort, Niort (France), 2016
- Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2016
- Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2016
- Seattle International Film Festival : SIFF, Seattle (USA), 2016
- Russian Resurrection Film Festival, Different cities (Australia), 2015
- Beijing's First Ever International Film Festival, Beijing (China), 2015
- Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2015
- Russian Film Week in Paris : Regards de Russie, Paris (France), 2015
- Festival of Russian cinema in Nice, Nice (France), 2015
- Russische Filmwoche in Berlin, Berlin (Germany), 2015


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