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The Breath of the Tundra (0+)

Russia, 2012, colour, 26 min.
Director: Mikhail Gorobchuk
Far from civilization, where ties between man and nature are still strong, you can feel the true breath of earth. The film invites you to dive into the world of your own sensory experience. In a way, this film is also an experiment, an attempt to find new possibilities of cinema language.

AWARDS

IFF "Message to Man" (Russia, 2012) – Viktor Mikhalchenko Prize for camera work; All-Russian documentary film festival "Salt of Earth" (Russia, 2013) – Silver Angel for the best camera work; National Award in non-fiction films "Laurel Branch" (Russia, 2013) – Best Cinematographer; Original Short Film Festival "Kinolikbez" (Russia, 2013) – Grand Prix.

Mikhail Gorobchuk

Mikhail Gorobchuk

was born in Novokuznetsk, Kemerovo region. Graduated from the cinematography department of VGIK (2010, workshop of I.Klebanov). Between 2007 and 2011, he was at the head of the animation studio at the Pleskovo boarding school. In 2012, he made his debut as a director of non-fiction films. In 2013, he received the National Award in non-fiction films and TV "Laurel Branch" as Best Cinematographer. Since 2021, he has been teaching at the Institute of Contemporary Art and at the Irkutsk branch of VGIK.

FILMOGRAPHY

Breath of the Tundra, 2012; Junker, 2017; Katya and Stefania. Portrait in Interior, 2018; Shadows of Your Childhood, 2020; Hard to Be a Friend, 2021.
Russia, 2012, colour, 26 min.
Director: Mikhail Gorobchuk
Far from civilization, where ties between man and nature are still strong, you can feel the true breath of earth. The film invites you to dive into the world of your own sensory experience. In a way, this film is also an experiment, an attempt to find new possibilities of cinema language.

AWARDS

IFF "Message to Man" (Russia, 2012) – Viktor Mikhalchenko Prize for camera work; All-Russian documentary film festival "Salt of Earth" (Russia, 2013) – Silver Angel for the best camera work; National Award in non-fiction films "Laurel Branch" (Russia, 2013) – Best Cinematographer; Original Short Film Festival "Kinolikbez" (Russia, 2013) – Grand Prix.