Film
And art and prayer. (2004)

Film-document №39139 1 film, Duration: 0:18:24.12 to collection Price category B
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Producer Film studio Otechestvo

Director: V. Orekhov

Script writers: S. Yamshchikov

Operators: G. Myakishev

Annotation

The film, consisting of three short stories, talks about the revival of the iconography in Russia through the fate of artists-painters.

Religion

Movie №1 And art and prayer

Savely Yamschikov talks about iconography.

Icons.

Parishioners.

Newsreel 1917-1920: removing domes burning icons, looting.

Savely Yamschikov.

Restoring iconography.

Setting the icons on the altar barrier.

Scene 1 - "Born to a painter."

Monologue Yamshikova.

Landscape.

Photos Sergeeya Arkadevicha Vronsky.

Count Vronsky for iconography, its icons.

Yamschikov.

Vronsky in the temple of the Holy Trinity in the Trinity-Golenishchevo sets icons.

Icons.

Vronsky on a city street.

View of the Church of the Trinity.

Church inside iconographer.

Topic 2 - "This is my way."

Ilgiz Khanov at work.

Icons in the workshop Ilgiz.

Khanov enters the monastery.

Worshipers at the temple.

The workshops khans.

Iconographer comes from the workshop.

Man climbs the dome.

Pictures from the iconostasis.

Page book on the Solovetsky monastery.

Khanov on the boat, plane, train.

Landscape Solovetsky Monastery, views inside and outside the monastery.

The interior of the temple.

Works on the iconostasis.

Khans writes icon inside the temple.

The iconostasis.

Topic 3 - "Transfiguration".

Elena Lykov walking down the street.

Elena in the temple.

Elena writes icon home.

Icons.

Ikonopisitsa enters the chapel.

Conclusion.

Yamschikov.

Yamschikov is walking along the old wall.

Construction work, working on the roof and the dome of the temple.

Vronsky rides in the car.

The view from the car.

Landscapes ponds and monasteries.

Personnel

Coachmen S. -- art historian and restorer

Calendar

1917-1920

Locations

Moscow [820]