RUS

Kostya and Mouse (0+)

USA, 2006, colour, 67 min.
Director: Andrei Zagdansky
In a tiny village upstate New York on the bank of Delaware River in a shanty house right near a railway crossing lives Konstantine Kuzminsky – a Russian avant-garde poet and an enfant terrible of the Russian émigré art scene. His freedom is complete. His devotion to art is absolute. And he is not insane. He lives with his wife, Emma, his books, his numerous portraits, his cats and his memories. And he is the subject of the film.

Andrei Zagdansky

Andrei Zagdansky

graduated from Kiev Institute of Theatrical Arts, Film Department. Worked at film studio Kievnauchfilm. In 1988 co-founded independent production company Chetverg (Thursday). From 1990 thru 1992 Secretary of the Ukrainian Filmmakers Union. Since 1992 lives in the United States. Founded independent film company AZ Films LLC in 1996.

FILMOGRAPHY

“Registration”, 1988; “Interpretation of Dreams”, 1989; “Two”, 1992; “Spheres”, 1996; “Six Days”, 2001-2003.
USA, 2006, colour, 67 min.
Director: Andrei Zagdansky
In a tiny village upstate New York on the bank of Delaware River in a shanty house right near a railway crossing lives Konstantine Kuzminsky – a Russian avant-garde poet and an enfant terrible of the Russian émigré art scene. His freedom is complete. His devotion to art is absolute. And he is not insane. He lives with his wife, Emma, his books, his numerous portraits, his cats and his memories. And he is the subject of the film.