Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:20:50.967S 12/26/2016
The film attempts to write the history of Russian photography in the context of the intellectual life of Russia XIX-XXI centuries.
Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:26:38.972S 12/26/2016
On the night of 12 on May 13, 1956, Alexander Fadeev hardly slept.
Insomnia and extreme nervous excitement he was persecuted for the past three years, and it sometimes seemed that he had died long ago, and he walks, speaks, acts before Soviet writers and workers, writes novels and articles, was not he but someone else, a stranger, an outsider.
Taking the night ten "Nembutal" packages Fadeyev did not find the strength to get up for breakfast and asked for him to dinner.
By one o'clock.
Time passed unbearably slow.
Again trying to doze off - and again to no avail.
When the clock struck half of the first, Alexander took off his shirt, walked to the table, from which it took out a gun, put it straight to the heart and pulled the trigger.
Compositionally, the film is built around the house in Peredelkino, where he lived, worked and put an end to the life of Alexander Fadeev.
In the film, the sound of his last letter as a reflection of life - Civil War events and 30s, war and post-war devastation, the death of Stalin and the Twentieth Congress.
This context - an attempt to show the diversity and contradictions of the personality of Alexander Fadeev.
Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:26:49.006S 12/26/2016
The end of the 90s of the last century was a time when a Russian tennis started talking seriously in the world.
After decades of lagging behind in this sport, our compatriots suddenly and decisively broke into the world tennis elite.
Although more accurate to say - our compatriots.
In fact, unknown to anyone until then Russian girls from all over the former Soviet Union - Moscow and St.
Petersburg, Riga and Siberia - step by step began to win prestigious tennis tournaments in the United States and France, Australia and Spain.
There is enough to mention the names of Anna Kournikova and Anastasia Myskina, Maria Sharapova and Anna Chakvetadze, Dinara Safina and Elena Dementieva, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Jane Doe.
We have before us a list of the world's tennis stars of the first magnitude.
Their performance in any tennis tournament makes this event significant sporting event, and their well-deserved fame and popularity nationwide can not be questioned.
However, why it happened that way in the Russian women's tennis?
What turned out to be caused by such a bright and spectacular breakthrough of our compatriots in the world tennis elite?
The price paid for the victory, high fees and worldwide fame, of course, great.
But these girls have made their choice, and nothing spared.
Another thing is what they believe themselves now - the Russian women, an American or Spaniard?
Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:26:35.745S 12/26/2016
The term emigration in the explanatory dictionary, we find the following explanation - from the Latin emigro - evicted, leaving the citizens of his country to another country for permanent residence, or a more or less long-term political, economic and other reasons.
The emigrants and emigration have been and probably always will be an integral part of any political regime, the regime of government.
This process shows the interpenetration of ethnic groups, cultures, traditions, problems, which obviously can not be resolved, being permanently confined to one land, the country, one city and way.
Naturally, the vast space once the Russian Empire and then the Soviet Union, and now the Russian Federation, numerous peoples inhabiting these spaces and political storms that raged in these spaces in the twentieth century, have given many reasons to talk about such a concept as the Russian emigration.
Moreover, in a global context.
The film "Adrift" is not trying to understand and explain the origins and consequences of Russian emigration as a whole.
We just show the lives of some Russian emigres living in a small town in Florida.
Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:28:24.68S 12/26/2016
Documentary, 1 film, Duration: 0:26:24.772S 12/26/2016
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In the province of Emilia-Romagna, near the small town of San Pietro in Casale, a house in a vast cornfield.
In this typical old Italian house it is one of the major Italian collections of contemporary Russian art.
The creator of this collection - an ordinary Italian businessman Pierluigi Selma, on work which has no relation to art.
Several years ago, came to Moscow and visit the exhibition of paintings by contemporary Russian artists, suddenly found himself Pierluigi fell in love with art.
Since then he has not only buys the works of Russian artists for his collection.
He regularly organizes exhibitions and art exhibitions of works of Russian artists, as well as to invite them and their families to themselves, to introduce them to Italy.
So love Mr.
Selma Russian art has enabled the Italians to get acquainted not only with painting but also with artists from Russia.
And for Russian artists it has become not only a pleasant acquaintance with modern Italian colleagues, but also a kind of school (not casual gold medalists of the Academy of Arts of the tsarist government gave a scholarship to study in Italy), and the opportunity for them to appreciate the magnitude and beauty of Italian art.