Super/Multi

Documentary, 80 min

work in progress


Goryanki

Documentary, 41 min

  A story about several women living in the North Caucasus. The movie raises the topic of feminism, examines the context of national traditions and religion through the prism of stories of their lives. Despite everything, they found the strength and courage to become successful and outstanding people.  


the film can be viewed on Russian platforms

megafon.tv

okko.tv

start.ru

Awards:

Doc.Sydney (Sydney Documentary Film Festival), Australia

— The award for Best Feature Documentary Film

A man who knows the world Film Festival  

— Diploma and prize for a Best Documentary film 


Official Selection:

The American Documentary and Animation Film Festival (AmDocs), Palm Springs, USA 

  Doc.London (London Documentary Film Festival), U.K. 

 Falcon International Film Festival, U.K. 

 The International Fiorenzo Serra Film Festival, Italy 

  The International Golden Bridge İstanbul Short Film Festival, Istanbul, Turkey

Anatolia International Film Festival, Istanbul, Turkey

    


Neutrinos and Andyrtau

Documentary, 17 min

The Baksan Neutrino Observatory is a unique place in the mountains of the Caucasus. This observatory is one of the most profound, located at a depth of 4000 m. Here Russian astrophysicists catch a ghost particle — a neutrino emitted by the Sun and stars of a galaxy.

Awards:

The International Science Film Festival The World of Knowledge, Russia
— Best Director Prize
— Diploma for a Best Debut

Participant:

 Brainfest Film Festival, Russia

  The International Student Film Festival PiterKit, Russia  

The International  Short Film Festival Cittadella GeoFilmFestival, Italy


They went dancing

Documentary, 20 min

A documentary about people who are engaged in sport dancing in wheelchairs. In the center of the history of the two heroines. Elena Lozko, who founded the Russian Federation Wheelchair Dance Sport and opened the first Russian club. Alexander Berdnikov, which is more than seven years of experience dancing in wheelchairs.  

Awards: 

The International Human Rights Film Festival  STALKER, Russia  

— Diploma of the Documentary competition Jury
— Special Prize of the Council of Europe Program Office in the Russian Federation

The Short Film Festival Art-Iso-Fest, Russia  
 — Winner of Documentary competition  

The International Student Film Festival PiterKit, Russia
— Diploma

  The International Film Festival We Care Film Fest, India
  — Winner of Documentary competition 

Participant of the competition programs:

International Film Festival Picture this…, Canada

The Ореn Student and Debut Film Festival Saint Anna, Russia

The International Film Festival Bosifest, Serbia 


Actress from Serov

Documentary, 12 min

An accountant from the Ural city comes to Saint Petersburg in search of acting happiness. The film is a part of the project «Signs of Life» by Radio Liberty. 


The new HDD of Misha Bo

Documentary, 24 min

The film is about Misha Bo, a well-known young blogger, poet, and photographer from Saint Petersburg. In 2017, Misha was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor.

«If you record all the processes taking place in the world in formulas, you get a huge database. And in theory, this database should be stored somewhere. There must be such a stimulating drive, such a hyper-machine. And this will be God».

Misha died in February 2020. He didn't lose his courage and fought to the end.


Zero

Promo video, 2.11 min

Anti-utopian video.

Zero is a device that protects your phone from wiretapping. The device encrypts your voice, the receiving device decrypts, but the intercepted signal will only be a set of different sounds… 

Maryam Makhieva —directing, idea, script
Alexandra Dreval — camera, color correction
Ivan Krylov — sound engineering
Anatoly Sveshnikov — actor