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27 July 16:00

Pavilion, New Holland Island

Sirin

Year: 2017

Director: Andrey Klychnikov

Country: Russia

Duration: 30 minutes

On the edge of the Earth, in the forsaken lands, people live, as if their spoken language was put into oblivion. They live purposeless, routine lives, without any visible manifestations of mutual love and sympathy. A woman is visiting a man, the man is accepting the woman. Their world is shuddered at the anxious cries of a bird, which nobody sees, while in the abandoned house a sheep thief has emerged.

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фото Andrey Klychnikov

Andrey Klychnikov

Film director

Born in Moscow in 1983. In 2005, he graduated from the Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics. In parallel with his studies, he worked in video rental shop for 2 years. After graduation he worked as a video engineer in film production. In 2007, he was get film editor's certificate. In 2009 he graduated from the All-Russian State University of Cinematography, where he studied the producer's skill. In 2010, he moved to St. Petersburg, where he shot his first films. A few years later he returned to Moscow, graduated from the directing faculty at the Moscow New Cinema School, where in 2017 he became the leading teacher.