Once village Rebolda on the edge of the Big Solovetsky island was inhabited. Now it comes back to life only once a year, in the summer, when brigade of seasonal workers comes here to gather sea weed for the Archangelsky weed factory. On a low tide they go to the sea on their wooden boats and scythe sea weed with their long-stalk scythes. Than they hang it on barbed wire and dry it. When workers leave, only one person remains on the island – keeper with his dog. He will live here until next May, when brigade comes back.
19. 4. 2017
For the first time Beldocs is opening the Market
Beldocs Pro is a creative documentary film workshop programme destined at young film professionals and film students from European countries with low audio-visual production capacity.read more
19. 4. 2017
East Silver Caravan is bringing its goods to the Krakow Film Festival
Krakow Film Festival is one of the oldest events in Europe dedicated to documentary, animated and short feature films. During the eight festival days, the viewers have a chance to watch about 250 films from Poland and from around the world.read more