CategoryHuman Rights, Society
Documentary, Russia 2012
Runtime: 90 min./52 min.
Director: Andrey Gryazev
Production: Andrey Gryazev
This film is about the most striking occurence in contemporary art in Russia, the art-group Voina (War). Their founders — Vor (Thief) and Koza (Goat) live underground, raise their one-year old son Kasper and carry out art actions on the fine edge between art and criminal code. Their cou-rageous political statements leave nobody indif-ferent (and disturb absolutely everybody). They live in the present, hoping that tomorrow they can change everything.
2012: Berlinale, New Horizon, MIFF Australia, Vancouver IFF, Antenna Australia, Signes de Nuit, BFI London, Internazionale a Ferrara, Mostra Sao Paolo, Doc Lisboa, Bergen IFF, Jihlava IFF, Viennale, Miradas Spain, CPH:Dox, RIDM Montreal, Seville EFF, Stockholm IFF, IDFA, Festival on Wheels, PAU IFF und Watch Docs
2013: Tromsø, Doc Point Helsinki, Zagreb Dox, Ljubljana IFF, Istanbul Film Festival, Movies That Matters, Riviera Maya FF Mexico, DocAviv, Kriterion Rotterdam, Gdansk DocFilm Fest, Olhar de Cinema Brazil, Take One Action, Vilnius Inconvenient FF, Clair Obscur Suisse