Film about the Bashkir received "bronze" at the film festival in Macedonia
UFA, 2 June 2015. /Bashinform News Agency, Leila Aralbaeva/.
The film "Live, soldier, live" received a "bronze" award at the International Festival of Short Films «Asterfest» in the Macedonian town of Strumica. It an international premiere of debut documentary about a resident of Bashkiria.
Gaziz from Gafuri region is a common resident of the village. In 1986 he was sent to the zone of the Chernobyl disaster to eliminate its consequences. After 28 years, he was granted an apartment in the village. But the hero has no family, no health — only his mother and an empty apartment.
Kirsten Gainet (Gainetdinova) – is a scriptwriter, director, producer and cameraman of the film. She was born in the village of Inzer in the Republic of Bashkortostan. In 2005, she moved to Ufa, where she received a medical degree, though she dreamed to become an actress. In 2007 she starred in the feature film "Tsarapina." In 2009 she entered St. Petersburg University of Culture and Arts at the camerawork department and the department of film and photography. She is fond of art photography, the author of two solo exhibitions.
At the festival in Strumica Kirsten Gainet presented the film by herself, the website «Cinepromo» informs.
Previously, the "Live, soldier, live" film took part in the Moscow festival "ARTkino", "We will live!" and "Stalker" and in the contest "Message to Human" in St. Petersburg. In April, the film was shown at the festival "Saint Anna".