Russia / Germany / Finland / Czech Republic, 2002, 86mn 
Colour, documentary
Brodvey. Chernoe morye
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Бродвей. Черное море


 Brodway. Black See

 Broadway. Mer Noire

Directed by : Vitali MANSKY (Виталий МАНСКИЙ)
Writing credits : Vitali MANSKY (Виталий МАНСКИЙ)
Cinematography : Pavel KOSTOMAROV (Павел КОСТОМАРОВ)
Sound : Vitali KRUGLIKOV (Виталий КРУГЛИКОВ)
Companies : RTR(РТР), Vertov & Cie (Вертов и Ко), Télévision tchèque, YLE-TV2,MaTaDe

Plot synopsis
“Tell me the way you rest and I will tell you who you are” – this is how we can describe the character of the film “Broadway. The Black Sea”. This collective character is a small tent town named “Broadway” that spontaneously appears every summer at a wild beach on the outskirts of Tuapse. People come here with no advance booking of accommodation (a holiday-maker type) and they can’t afford even the cheapest holiday hotel. It is almost a virtual town that will disappear tomorrow, that grows only for a season; people here suffer and fall in love, play and lose; some are born here, and others die in the course of such a short period of time – summer vacation.

Selected in the following festivals :
- Russian Film Festival, London (United Kingdom), 2013
- International Art Documentary Film Festival "Artdocfest", Moscow (Russia), 2010
- Russian Film Festival, London (United Kingdom), 2010
- Festival Russian kino 'Moscow Premier Screenings', Moscow (Russia), 2008
- Documentary and feature film festival ''Kinoteatr.doc'', Moscow (Russia), 2008