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Sergey LOZNITSA
Сергей ЛОЗНИЦА
Sergueï LOZNITSA
 
Russia, 2006, 30 mn 
Black and white, documentary

Artel

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Артель

 

 Artel

 Artel


 
Directed by : Sergey LOZNITSA (Сергей ЛОЗНИЦА)
Cinematography : Sergey MIKHALCHUK (Сергей МИХАЛЬЧУК)
Sound : Vladimir GOLOVNITSKY (Владимир ГОЛОВНИЦКИЙ)
Produced by : Vyacheslav TELNOV (Вячеслав ТЕЛЬНОВ)
Production : СПСДФ
 
Format : 35 mm

Awards :
Best documentary Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic), 2007

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Potemkine. 2017. Titre : Sergeï Loznitsa, documentaires.
DVD1
1996 Today We Are Going To Build A House (28') - restauré / version 2K
2000 L’Attente (The Train Stop) (25') - restauré / version 2K
2001 La colonie (The Settlement) (79') - restauré / version 2K
2013 Letter (21')
DVD 2
2002 Portrait (28') - restauré / version 2K
2003 Paysage (Landscape) (60')
2004 L'Usine (Factory) (30') - restauré / version 2K
2006 Artel (30')
Suppléments : Entretien avec Arnaud Hée (11')

Plot synopsis
A day in the life of a fishing cooperative. The White sea. White ice. White sky. Black outline of a man. Piercing wind. Hard work.
 

Commentaries and bibliography
 
"Master shots, long takes, wide lens, black-and-white - absurd poetry of daily life. It seems to be a film formula that Russian directors have a patent on. You could make all sorts of critical remarks about it, but the genre yields many a gorgeous film. In Artel, we follow a group of small black silhouettes on a wide white landscape with a couple of log cabins. Beneath the snow and ice they are walking on, fish are swimming. In any case, the men spend a lot of time dealing with some fishing nets. If they did not use a chainsaw to make a hole in the ice, the film could just as well have been made 80 years ago. The documentary seems to say that life by the sea has always looked like this and it always will. Or is the final shot, when the ice breaks and the water flows, a reference to the old Soviet masters and an optimistic symbol of imminent change in a frozen social situation?"
www.idfa.nl

Selected in the following festivals :
- Sao Paulo International Film Festival, Sao Paulo (Brazil ), 2012
- Festival of Central and Eastern Film , Wiesbaden (Germany), 2012
- Trieste Film Festival, Trieste (Italy), 2011
- Russian documentaries - musée du quai Branly (Paris), Paris (France), 2008
- Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic), 2007
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2007
- Window to Europe Film Festival, Vyborg, Vyborg (Russia), 2007
- États généraux du film documentaire, Lussas (France), 2006

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