This piece is a visual illustration of what hermeneutics is. With the cunning
use of WWII footage it makes you believe that you are watching a proper war film. When you already expect the usual archive movie routine - everything changes. And you find yourself watching a completely different film.
DAY BY DAY AND FROM MONTH TO MONTH
"I like this world of farms because it guarantees a calming way of life for human...calmness...in fact it is much more primitive than usual...but much more balanced because the man is not forced to rush that can be experienced at present..."
AND I FOUND YOU!
Lev Grishin&Marta Antonicheva_2012_russia_15min_documentary
Short film about a long human life. The starting point of it was the death of an old lady`s husband, whom she knew from the very childhood. Her memories reversing hold the viewer through their long family life to the main event - their wedding. Thus, the picture begins with the death (a formal finabpand ends with a heroes dating story. A film is built on the process of memory. This process is a gradual reunification of lost happiness and return to it.
Hrafnsson Haukur Margeir_2010_poland_10min_documentary
No formal barrier on "Gypsy Street" separates the "haves" from "have nots" but the division is tangible. Visually compelling, with frank interviews from locals, this film proves that class systems do little more than engender prejudice and fundamentally divide human beings who live mere steps apart.
Pawel Ferdek&Lukasz Gutt_2010_poland/kyrgyzstan_48min_doc
Almost all metal scrap was sold from Kyrgyzstan to China. This film shows the global phenomenon in micro scale: by hard work of Russian truck driver, slow rhythm of one Kyrgyz family, and few events from long journey across Tien Shan Mountains.