Aleksandr PETROV
Александр ПЕТРОВ
Aleksandr PETROV
Russia, 2006, 26mn 
Colour, animation
Moya lyubov
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Моя любовь


 My Love

 Mon amour

Directed by : Aleksandr PETROV (Александр ПЕТРОВ)
Writing credits : Aleksandr PETROV (Александр ПЕТРОВ)
Cinematography : Sergey RESHETNIKOV (Сергей РЕШЕТНИКОВ)
format : 35 mm

Awards :
Best Animation film "Vyborg" Russian Film Festival (formerly ''A Window to Europe''), Vyborg (Russia), 2007

Plot synopsis
[...]The story, drawn from Ivan Sergeevich Shmelev's novel A Love Story (Istoriia liubovnaia), revolves around its main character, Anton's, first tumultuous experiences with two different kinds of love: the naïve and pure love the young boy feels for Pasha, a maid who works in his house, and an idolized and passionate attraction provoked by Serafima, an older and mysterious lady who lives next door.[...]
Laura Pontieri Hlavacek,

Aleksandr Petrov - Moya Lyubov aka My Love (2006), Nadezhda MARINCHEVSKA,, 2010
Aleksandr Petrov : My Love (Moia Liubov', 2006), Laura PONTIERI HLAVACEK,, 2008

Selected in the following festivals or events :
- "Spirit of Fire" International Debut Film Festival, Khanty Mansiysk (Russia), 2013
- Annecy International Animation Festival, Annecy (France), 2012
- Soirées du cinéma russe de Bordeaux, Bordeaux (France), 2010
- Festival international du film d'Amiens, Amiens (France), 2010
- Tehran International Animation Festival, Tehran (Iran), 2009
- Jerusalem International Film Festival, Jerusalem (Israel), 2008
- Istanbul International Film Festival, Istanbul (Turkey), 2008
- Annecy International Animation Festival, Annecy (France), 2007
- Festival de films "Pour éveiller les regards", Aubervilliers (France), 2007
- Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Clermont Ferrand (France), 2007
- "Vyborg" Russian Film Festival (formerly ''A Window to Europe''), Vyborg (Russia), 2007
- GIFF. Geneva International Film Festival, Geneva (Switzerland), 2007
- Russian Film Festival, London (United Kingdom), 2007
- International Leipzig Festival for documentary and animated film, Leipzig (Germany), 2006