Lesha

Direction
Year
2011
Country
  • Russia
Runtime
32min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

Summer 2010. Russia. Almost the entire European part of the country is covered with fire. The village where the film’s main character lives has been almost completely burned down. We walk with him along the former village to the ashes of his house to feed his cat and dog. We walk and talk about the fire and many other things...

Details

  • Original Title
    Lesha
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Demidova, Elena
  • Cinematography
    Demidova, Elena
  • Editing
    Demidova, Elena
  • Sound
    Kadimskiy, Evgeniy
  • Runtime
    32 min (31-45 min.)
  • Year
    2011
  • Country
    • Russia
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Festivals
    • "Message To Man" International Documentary, Short and Animated Films Festival, 2011, St. Petersburg
    • International Festival of Independent Film "2morrow/Zavtra", 2011, Moscow
    • The international festival of films about human rights Stalker, Moscow, 2011
  • Awards
    • "Message To Man" International Documentary, Short and Animated Films Festival, 2011, St. Petersburg, Diploma
    • The international festival of films about human rights Stalker, Moscow, 2011, prise

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