Van Goghs

Date
Hour
Place
02/08
14:15
THE LUBELSKIE CINEMA


Van Gogi
reż|dir Sergey Livnev | RU, LV | 2018 | 103 min
prod|pro Sergey Bobza, Sergey Livnev, Igor Pronin scen|wr Sergey Livnev zdj|ph Yuriy Klimenko muz|mus Leonid Desyatnikov, Alexey Sergunin mon|ed Ernest Aranov, Aleksey Bobrov ob|cast Aleksey Serebryakov, Daniel Olbrychski, Elena Koreneva, Polina Agureeva, Natalya Negoda, Aleksandr Sirin, Svetlana Nemolyaeva, Olga Ostroumova, Evgeniy Tkachuk, Saveliy Kudryashov dys|dis Loco Films

DESCRIPTION

Family relationships are built throughout whole life, overcoming your own prejudices, complexes, limitations, and the awareness that no one will hurt you more than a member of your family. Two artistic souls, father and son, live in constant tension, a deadly mixture of love and hate, with a predominance of hate. Mark, fifty-two year old man, has emigrated to Israel, his artistic career has faded, his emotional life as well. Victor, famous conductor despite his eighty-two years of age, leads a very acting life; he plays, rehearses and performs. After the death of Mark’s mother and the beginnings of his father's illness, men learn to look at themselves in a completely different way.


DIRECTOR
Sergey Livnev (1964) He is a producer, screenwriter and director. He lives now in London and in Jurmala (Latvia). His first script which he wrote when he was only 20, ASSA (1987) was made into the most famous film of Russian perestroika. In 1991 he directed Kiks and in 1994 Hammer and Sickle. Both films received a number of major awards in Russia and internationally. In 1999 Sergey moved to the USA and switched to producing. After producing English-language and Russian-language films for 20 years, Sergey returns to his roots with a film Van Goghs (2018), premiered at Tallinn Black Nights FF, which he wrote and directed.

FILMOGRAPHY
2018 Van Gogi|Van Goghs
1994 Sierp i młot|Serp i molot|Hammer and Sickle
1992 Kiks|Cracked

© Festiwal Filmu i Sztuki Dwa Brzegi Kazimierz Dolny Janowiec nad Wisłą
Projekt i realizacja: Tomasz Żewłakow