A journey film through four cities, the present and the past. Minsk, Moscow and the cities of childhood shot by the director and her father 25 years ago, are merged into one voice message to an unknown person.
Plants such as Dracaena, Ficus, and Philodendron were integral parts of the socialist modernist architecture in the seventies and eighties. Today, they remain strong visual reminders of the socialist state.
What we would be able to see, if we could hear better? The story of a tragedy told by sounds, music and lyrics. Abandoned pianos standing in the Chernobyl Zone.
Ticket to the Moon
The film searches for dreams and hopes people put into space explorations in the times of cosmic spring. What were they imagining to find? What drives the relentless ambition of human mind to escape to outer space today?
Shot on 16mm, Transnistra follows a group of young people as they move from a carefree summer through an unforgiving winter in the self-proclaimed state of Transnistria.
Waiting for a Miracle
A woman’s biggest joy is giving the gift of life to a new human being. The biggest pain the loss of a child– helps to see the beauty in life. This film is about life and how miraculous it is that we are alive.