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The Gentle Genre

The Gentle Genre (12+)

Russia, 2009, colour, 30 min.
Director: Alexey Pogrebnoy
Heroes of film Polycarp Sudomoykin, his wife Evdokia Grigorieva and all their greater family live in far transbaikalian village Bichura where traditions «semeiski Old Believers » till now are saved, under Ekaterina's П decree settled out here from the western borders of Russia.
To surprise of the local residents who are from time immemorial engaged agriculture and cattle breeding, their fellow countryman Polycarp Sudomoykin after an exit on pension has suddenly taken a great interest in painting and began to write pictures with the naked{exposed} rural beauties.

AWARDS

A prize from the Jury «Saratov Accordion» and a prize from the Head of Administration of Saratov "From Saratov with Love" at the VI International Festival of Documentary Melodrama "Saratov’s suffering", Saratov, 2009. The winner of the "Our Contemporary" nomination in the media competition "Patriots of Russia", Volgograd, 2009. The winner of "A Soul’s inexhaustible source" nomination at the XVI International Media Festival "Agrosvit-2009", Ukraine, 2009. Special Diploma of the Jury - "For the professionalism" and "Finalist Diploma " in the nomination "The director of a program or film" at the Russian TV and Movie Festival "Tele-Pro", Saratov, 2010. The diploma "For Social Service" at the XV International Festival of Film, TV and Radio Programmes "Radonezh" Moscow, 2010. The winner of the special nomination "For the genuine image of provincial life" – the III International Festival of TV programmes and films "The Northen Character", Murmansk, 2010. Jury prize "Best Director" at the Russian Anthropological Film Festival, Moscow, 2011.

Alexey Pogrebnoy

Alexey Pogrebnoy

was born in 1947 in the Konstantynovka village, Amur region. He graduated from the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts in 1970 and Leningrad State Theatre Arts Academy in 1978. He makes documentaries since 1974. An Honoured Artist of Russia, laureate of the State Prize (2000 and 2004). A member of the Russian Television Academy, the Eurasian Television Academy and the Russian Academy of Motion Picture Arts "NIKA". He is the author of more than 90 documentaries.

FILMOGRAPHY

Leshka’s Meadow (documentary TV novel, 11 films) 1990-2007; «Village life of Vladimir and Tatyana», trilogy, 1982-2000; «Kolya the Fashionable», 1991; «Pre-winter», 1991; «I heard a Voice», 1992; «Spartan», 1993, «Once Upon a Time», tryptih, 1987-1998; «Excuse Me That I Live…», 2002; «Lucky Man», 2003; «Outskirts», 2004-2005; «Two Lives of Yasaburo Khachiya» («Samurai’s Russian love»), 2006; «Iron Genrikh», 2007; «Village Photographer», 2007-2008; «Vyatskaya “Cucaracha”», 2008; «Tender Genre», 2009; «The Last Date», 2010; «Semeyskie», 2011; « Lipovans. The Danube Venice», 2012; «Art at your Fingertips», 2012; «The ABC of Love», 2012; «Rural Parish», 2012; «Forests of Russia. The Point of no Return», 2013; «Silent Prayers», 2013.
Russia, 2009, colour, 30 min.
Director: Alexey Pogrebnoy
Heroes of film Polycarp Sudomoykin, his wife Evdokia Grigorieva and all their greater family live in far transbaikalian village Bichura where traditions «semeiski Old Believers » till now are saved, under Ekaterina's П decree settled out here from the western borders of Russia.
To surprise of the local residents who are from time immemorial engaged agriculture and cattle breeding, their fellow countryman Polycarp Sudomoykin after an exit on pension has suddenly taken a great interest in painting and began to write pictures with the naked{exposed} rural beauties.

AWARDS

A prize from the Jury «Saratov Accordion» and a prize from the Head of Administration of Saratov "From Saratov with Love" at the VI International Festival of Documentary Melodrama "Saratov’s suffering", Saratov, 2009. The winner of the "Our Contemporary" nomination in the media competition "Patriots of Russia", Volgograd, 2009. The winner of "A Soul’s inexhaustible source" nomination at the XVI International Media Festival "Agrosvit-2009", Ukraine, 2009. Special Diploma of the Jury - "For the professionalism" and "Finalist Diploma " in the nomination "The director of a program or film" at the Russian TV and Movie Festival "Tele-Pro", Saratov, 2010. The diploma "For Social Service" at the XV International Festival of Film, TV and Radio Programmes "Radonezh" Moscow, 2010. The winner of the special nomination "For the genuine image of provincial life" – the III International Festival of TV programmes and films "The Northen Character", Murmansk, 2010. Jury prize "Best Director" at the Russian Anthropological Film Festival, Moscow, 2011.