Cinema: A Public Affair

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Rusija yra milžiniška, bet iš tiesų ji tėra daugybė atskirų salų.

Kinas gali išugdyti pilietiškumą ir paversti gyventojus piliečiais.

A man in Moscow fights for his vision of cinema; he sees it as a way towards a better society. A cinematic journey through the world of Naum Kleiman, one of Russia’s most significant intellectuals alive today. A documentary collage that combines excerpts from film classics and interviews with a portrait of contemporary Moscow.


Selected for Berlin Film Festival.

Tatiana Brandrup

Tatiana Brandrup was born in North Carolina, United States in 1965. She studied Visual Anthropology in Paris, then Feature Film Directing at New York University and at the University of Television and Film Munich. Since 1990, she has worked as a director and screenwriter for both fiction and documentary films. In 2004, she directed her feature film debut, Georgian Lovesong. She also works as a lecturer and lives in Tel Aviv.