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Dialogues In Commuter Train (12+)

Russia, 2004, colour, 26 min.
Director: Sergey Litovets
Commuter passengers are going to their ‘dachas’, homes, or elsewhere, speculating about private matters, dreams, misfortunes, and joy that make up our life.

AWARDS

IFF Message to Man – Silver Centaurus; IDFF Flahertiana – Prize of the Festival’s Organizing Committee For The Best Debut; IV Russian Festival of Anthropological Films (Salekhard) – Best Documentary; XXV Open Festival of Documentary films "Rossiya" (Yekaterinburg) – Best Director's Debut; IFF "Stalker" – Best Debut.

Sergey Litovets

Sergey Litovets

was born in 1961. Graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK, 1989). Member of the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation since 1991. Prize-winner at international and Russian film festivals. As a cameraman, he shot over 20 documentaries. Died on April 30, 2020.

FILMOGRAPHY

Dialogues In Commuter Train, 2004; Ferryman, 2004; Kazan Studies, 2005; Emperors’ Toys: Peter the Great, 2006; Violinist, 2007; Akop the Partisan, 2007; Tyron's Golden Path, 2014.
Russia, 2004, colour, 26 min.
Director: Sergey Litovets
Commuter passengers are going to their ‘dachas’, homes, or elsewhere, speculating about private matters, dreams, misfortunes, and joy that make up our life.

AWARDS

IFF Message to Man – Silver Centaurus; IDFF Flahertiana – Prize of the Festival’s Organizing Committee For The Best Debut; IV Russian Festival of Anthropological Films (Salekhard) – Best Documentary; XXV Open Festival of Documentary films "Rossiya" (Yekaterinburg) – Best Director's Debut; IFF "Stalker" – Best Debut.