Natasha Kasianova

was born in 1990 in Gus-Khrustalny. In 2012 she graduated from the faculty of journalism of Vladimir State University. She wrote for the magazine "Big City", was the editor of the channel 24DOC online page. She studied at the School of Documentary Film and Theater of Marina Razbezhkina and Mikhail Ugarov. She was a participant of the residence of documentary filmmakers at the Iskra festival (Kazan) and curator of the visual research program of Khanty-Mansiysk, conducted by the Strelka Institute (Moscow). She took part in the project "Take-off. Forecast Exhibition "(Exhibition of Economic Achievements, Moscow).


Products, 2015; You See, 2017.

You See (12+)

Russia, 2017, colour, 25 min.
Director: Natasha Kasianova
Three stories were captured in the most touristic spots of Kazan. The orthodox icon museum attendants rigorously prevent the artefacts from being kissed. However, to the genuine believers, they will readily show the standpoint, from which you can see an icon smile back at you. A fellow from Lisbon comes to see his relatives in Russia and they try their best to organise the best vacation for him. Apparently, they don't agree on the idea of a perfect chill out. Students from China taste Tatar echpochmaks and learn how to bless with a cross, however, it’s not enough for them to break the ice with Russia.