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Francophonie

Francophonie

Show Dates: July 18 and 22

Alexander Sokurov’s documentary Francophonie was represented in competition at the 72nd Venice Festival, where it won two awards. The story centers on the Louvre Museum during the German occupation and nowadays. In a string of historical summaries and staged shots, Sokurov as narrator leads. The viewer travels through the museum corridors, wondering what price must and could pay to save culture.

My Grandmother, Fanny Kaplan

My Grandmother, Fanny Kaplan

Original air date: July 19

In the plot of the film (and, its creators claim, according to the historical evidence they were able to find). however, A revolutionary freed from hard labor, Fanny Kaplan, who has come to recuperate in a Crimean sanatorium, begins a passionate love affair with the head doctor. It turns out to be none other than Lenin’s younger brother, Dmitry. One of the notable features of “My Grandmother Fanny Kaplan” is the selection of performers. Thus, the image of Dmitri Ulyanov embodied by Miroslav Slaboshpitsky in the other roles may also be seen. As representatives of the Ukrainian direction, Roman Shirman, Gennady Kofman, and Vlad Troitsky.

Greetings from Fukushima

Greetings from Fukushima

Original air date: July 19

Marie, a young German girl, escapes to Fukushima to change her life. She works for an organization called Clowns4Help, hoping to entertain the survivors of the 2011 nuclear disaster who are still living in shelters. It isn’t long before Marie realizes that she has no power to make this tragedy any less debilitating. But instead of running away, Marie decides to stay with grumpy old Satomi. The last geisha of Fukushima has voluntarily returned to her destroyed home in the radioactive Exclusion Zone. The two women are very different, but each, in her own way, has become a hostage to their past. It must figure out how to get rid of the guilt and the burden of memory. However, I saw this picture in the “Panorama Special” program at the 66th Berlin Film Festival and it won two awards.


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