6e Festival international de cinéma "Le Hors-frontière russe"
Moscou (Russie) - 07 Novembre 2012 - 14 Novembre 2012
http://www.cinema-rp.com/index2.htm
2012 2011 2007
Films russes ou soviétiques
Compétition
 Sous-lieutenant Romachov
Sous-lieutenant Romachov, 2012

(Подпоручик Ромашов)


Igor TCHERNITSKI
(Игорь ЧЕРНИЦКИЙ)

Igor TCHERNITSKI
 Albatros. Debout dans la tempête
Albatros. Debout dans la tempête, 2011

(Альбатрос. Выстоять в бурю)


Aleksandr AVILOV
(Александр АВИЛОВ)

Aleksandr AVILOV
 Messieurs les officiers. Sauver l'empereur
Messieurs les officiers. Sauver l'empereur, 2008

(Господа офицеры. Спасти императора)


Oleg FOMINE
(Олег ФОМИН)

Oleg FOMINE
 Sur le sentier de Murom
Sur le sentier de Murom, 1993

(На Муромской дорожке)


Fiodor PETROUKHINE
(Федор ПЕТРУХИН)

Fiodor PETROUKHINE

Compétition de documentaires
 Au prix d'une vie entière...
Au prix d'une vie entière..., 2012

(И целой жизни стоит...)


Vadim TSALIKOV
(Вадим ЦАЛИКОВ)

Vadim TSALIKOV
 Ksenia, la fille de Kouprine
Ksenia, la fille de Kouprine, 2012

(Ксения, дочь Куприна)


Galina OGOURNAIA
(Галина ОГУРНАЯ)

Galina OGOURNAIA
 Fort Ross. Légendes et réalités
Fort Ross. Légendes et réalités, 2011

(Форт Росс. Легенды и реалии)


Boris SARAKHATOUNOV
(Борис САРАХАТУНОВ)

Boris SARAKHATOUNOV
 Konstantin Melnik
Konstantin Melnik, 2011

(Константин Мельник)


Grigori ILOUGDINE
(Григорий ИЛУГДИН)

Grigori ILOUGDINE
 La Démarche de l'enthousiaste
La Démarche de l'enthousiaste, 2011

(Демарш энтузиаста)


Sergueï_2 KOKOVKINE
(Сергей_2 КОКОВКИН)

Sergueï_2 KOKOVKINE
 Les Mecs
Les Mecs, 2011

(Мужики)


Alena SOURJIKOVA
(Алена СУРЖИКОВА)

Alena SOURJIKOVA
 Pékin. Dernière mission spirituelle en Chine
Pékin. Dernière mission spirituelle en Chine, 2011

(Бэйгуань. Последняя Российская Духовная Миссия в Китае)


Galina DOUDKINA
(Галина ДУДКИНА)

Galina DOUDKINA
 Viktor Nekrassov. Une vie dans les tranchées
Viktor Nekrassov. Une vie dans les tranchées, 2011

(Виктор Некрасов. Вся жизнь в окопах)


Alekseï CHICHOV (Алексей ШИШОВ)

Elena YAKOVITCH (Елена ЯКОВИЧ)

Elena YAKOVITCH
 Nikolaï Zagrekov
Nikolaï Zagrekov, 2010

(Николай Загреков)


Sergueï MOUKHINE
(Сергей МУХИН)

Sergueï MOUKHINE
 L'Antithèse de Pitirim Sorokin
L'Antithèse de Pitirim Sorokin, 2009

(Антитеза Питирима Сорокина)


Aleksandr KAPKOV
(Александр КАПКОВ)

Aleksandr KAPKOV
 Igor Ustinov. Sa silhouette
Igor Ustinov. Sa silhouette, 2002

(Игорь Устинов. Свой силуэт)


Sergueï BOSSENKO
(Сергей БОСЕНКО)

Sergueï BOSSENKO

Rétrospective
 Joyeux Noël, Vladimir
Joyeux Noël, Vladimir, 2011

(С Рождеством, Владимир!)


Vladimir KOZLOV
(Владимир КОЗЛОВ)

Vladimir KOZLOV
 Quand le lycée est né
Quand le lycée est né, 2011

(Когда возник лицей)


Konstantin ARTIOUKHOV
(Константин АРТЮХОВ)

Konstantin ARTIOUKHOV
 Iossif Brodski
Iossif Brodski, 2002

(Иосиф Бродский)


Anatoli_2 VASSILIEV
(Анатолий_2 ВАСИЛЬЕВ)

Anatoli_2 VASSILIEV
 Mère Marie
Mère Marie, 1982

(Мать Мария)


Sergueï KOLOSSOV
(Сергей КОЛОСОВ)

Sergueï KOLOSSOV
 La Neige blanche de Russie
La Neige blanche de Russie, 1980

(Белый снег России)


Youri VYCHINSKI
(Юрий ВЫШИНСКИЙ)

Youri VYCHINSKI

Autres films
Feature Film Competition :

- Kolya (Коля). Directed by: Jan Sverak, Czech Republic – United Kingdom, 1996, 105 minutes
Czech musician, a true bachelor for mercenary reasons marries a Russian woman. Fate gives him an unexpected blow. "Wife" disappears and the hero has to take care of her five year old son Kolya. Kolya does not understand a word of Czech language and his tutor does not speak Russian. There will be a long way to understanding — the way full of amusing misunderstandings, funny and sad adventures, laughter and love...

The Man Who Cried (Человек, который плакал). Directed by: Sally Potter, United Kingdom, 2000, 96 minutes
"The Man Who Cried" is a story about survival set in Paris in 1939. A girl, Suzie, loses everything and everyone she loves, but nevertheless finds a singing voice and begins a search for her long-lost father. The people she meets on her journey (Lola, a Russian dancer; Dante, an Italian opera singer; and Cesar, a gypsy horseman), are also trying to survive, each in his or her own way. At first their struggles are personal – the fight for friendship, for money and power, for love. But with the threat of war, survival issues become matters of life and death. The choices – political and moral – that the four characters make under this terrible pressure define who they are.


Documentary Films :

Maestro (Маэстро). Script and directed by: Maria Astroeva, Serbia, 2011, 27 minutes
Thanks to his contribution to the development of the Serbian directing, Serbian theater reached the European level. Yury Rakitin directed over hundred of performances — from tragedy to vaudeville and opera. The works of Rakitin were defined by critics as "original" and the decorations of the scene — "bold". In 1922, Yuri Lvovich became a teacher at the acting and ballet schools of the National Theatre in Belgrade. Many of his students became famous artists.

Naaabokov. The happy years (Набоков. Счастливые годы). Director : Maria Gerstein, USA, 2007, 66 minutes
In May 1940, fleeing from the Nazis, Vladimir Nabokov emigrated from Europe to America. He spent seven years in Boston. His American career started there when a recognized classic of Russian literature turned into a brilliant English-language writer. Poorly studied, the mysterious Boston period in the life of Nabokov provided the impetus for the writing the script and the creation of this film.

"Russian Samovar" - where it's light and clean («Русский Самовар» - там где светло и чисто). Directed by: Maxim Dashkin, Justin Sullivan, USA, 2011, 18 minutes
Роман Каплан мечтал стать писателем. Ребенком он чуть не погиб от голода в блокадном Ленинграде.
В зрелые годы оказался в эмиграции в Израиле, а затем переехал в Нью-Йорк, где в партнерстве с поэтом Иосифом Бродским и танцором Михаилом Барышниковым открыл ресторан «Русский самовар». Писателем Роман так и не стал, но теперь ему не грозит голод и он окружен творческими людьми. Roman Kaplan wanted to be a writer. In childhood he nearly died of starvation in the besieged Leningrad. In his later years he was in exile in Israel and then moved to New York, where in partnership with the poet Joseph Brodsky and dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov opened the restaurant "Russian Samovar". Roman didn’t become a writer but now he is safe from starvation and surrounded by creative people.

- Occasional visitors from random train (Случайные гости из случайного поезда). Script and directed by: Anton Donchev, Bulgaria, 2012, 58 minutes
Болгария входит в число стран, которые приняли наибольшее количество русских беженцев после большевистской революции 1917 года. Многие из них остались там навсегда... Сегодня некоторые их потомки мучительно задаются вопросом: можно ли, пытаясь отыскать пути в прошлое, изменить свое будущее?
Bulgaria is among the countries that have the largest number of Russian refugees after the 1917 Bolshevik revolution. Many of them have stayed there forever... Today, some of their descendants painfully wonder: is it possible — by trying to find a way into the past to change the future?

- Tikhon Trojanov. Russian lawyer in Geneva (Тихон Троянов. Русский адвокат в Женеве). Script, director and director of photography: Gilles Vyuisso, Switzerland, 2012, 50 minutes
Tikhon Troyanov was born in 1932 in Belgrade in the family of Russian immigrants. In 1944 the family moved to Switzerland. After the graduation from the Law Faculty of the University of Lausanne, he worked as a journalist for Liberty Radiostation in Munich and New York. Five years later he returned to Lausanne, did the doctorate and opened a law company in Geneva. At the end of the 80s Tikhon Trojanov made his first trip to Russia and in 1992 opened a branch of his company in Moscow. He took part in the organisation of House of Russia Abroad in Moscow as a lawyer.


Retrospective:

- "Holy man. Life of St. John of Shanghai" («Божий человек. Житие Святого Иоанна Шанхайского»), directed by Maria Reshetnikova (USA, 2012, 60 minutes, documentary)
The film is about St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco, the wonder-worker, one of the brightest bearer of spiritual values and ideals of Holy Russia.