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Galina DOLMATOVSKAYA
Галина ДОЛМАТОВСКАЯ
Galina DOLMATOVSKAIA
 
Russia, 2018, 62 mn 
documentary

Chistopol. Moments in the life of this town

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Чистополь. Из жизни малого города

 

 Tchistopol ou la vie d'une petite ville

 Chistopol. Iz zhizni malovo goroda


 
Directed by : Galina DOLMATOVSKAYA (Галина ДОЛМАТОВСКАЯ)
Writing credits : Galina DOLMATOVSKAYA (Галина ДОЛМАТОВСКАЯ)
Cinematography : Dmitriy SHEBALDIN (Дмитрий ШЕБАЛДИН), Aleksandr ZAYTSEV (Александр ЗАЙЦЕВ)
Music : Konstantin SHEVELEV (Константин ШЕВЕЛЕВ)
Produced by : Aleksey MATROSOV (Алексей МАТРОСОВ)
Production : студия "Ракурс", Министерство культуры Российской Федерации (поддержка) / Studio Rakours
Release date in Russia : 29/11/2017
 

Plot synopsis
The lives of Marina Tsvetayeva and Anna Akhmatova, Arseny Tarkovsky and Viktor Bokov, Niklai Aseyev and Ilya Selvinsky, Boris Pasternak and Leonid Leonov—there’s no naming them all for the list would be too long—are connected with this city in Tatarstan. Some of them were only there for a short time, some for the two harsh war years, some tragically, and some happily. It is here that many poems, novels and dramas long acknowledged as classics were first written. Many historical documents are shown for the first time in the film, since Chistopol has failed to capture the attention of cinematographs before. The film is about life today in this city of museums under the aegis of Russian literature where, in spite of the degeneracy of the new times, art gives its vital rhythm.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival ''Cinema and literature'', Gatchina (Russia), 2018


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