RUS


Ioann & Marfa (12+)

Russia, 2012, colour, 39 min.
Director: Nikolay Volkov
The film in a fictional and documentary form, relying on an associative video sequence, tells about the events of Russian history at the end of the 15th century – the time of the “gathering of Russian lands”, when the troops of the autocratic Grand Duke of Moscow John III defeated and conquered the Novgorod Veche Republic.

Nikolay Volkov

Nikolay Volkov

was born in 1952 in the town of Chaplygin, Lipetsk region. In 1981, he graduated from the cinematography department of VGIK. As a cinematographer at the Leningrad Documentary Film Studio, he shot more than 80 non-fiction films with leading documentary filmmakers. Laureate of international, USSR and Russian film festivals. Professor of the Department of Cinematography, St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television.

FILMOGRAPHY

Polar Explorer, 2010; Ioann & Marfa, 2012.
Russia, 2012, colour, 39 min.
Director: Nikolay Volkov
The film in a fictional and documentary form, relying on an associative video sequence, tells about the events of Russian history at the end of the 15th century – the time of the “gathering of Russian lands”, when the troops of the autocratic Grand Duke of Moscow John III defeated and conquered the Novgorod Veche Republic.