Secretary of the Russian Union of Cinematographers, director and producer of "Yakutia’s film projects pitching - a look into the future" Filipp Abryutin named Yakut cinema the most successful in regional cinematography at the round table "Cinema of Yakutia: Prospects for Development," held within the framework of Days of Yakutia in Moscow.
The round table was conducted by general director of Roskultproject Oleg Ivanov.
Before that, a demonstration of four Yakut films was held in the Expocenter: Kerel.Invisible Beauty by Valentin Makarov and Ilya Portnyagin, His Daughter by Tatiana Everstova, My Murderer by Kostas Marsan, Saasky Kem (Childhood that we did not know) by Aleksei Romanov, reported Elena Stepanova, IA SakhaNews.
"When we say 'regional cinema', we first of all mean the Yakut cinema. Yes, this does not require confirmation: the Yakut cinema is the fastest growing and successful in the regional cinematography of Russia," said Filipp Abryutin.
Producer Maria Skrybykina presented a new project. This is a horror film Eyes of the Night, shot near the ‘Lena Pillars’ nature reserve. The leading part in the film is played by a guest actress from Andrei Zvyagintsev’s Oscar-winning drama - Loveless - Marina Vasilieva.