SVYATO

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SVYATO

Victor Kossakovsky
RUS, 2005
Shortfilms, 33min, OmeU

SVYATO

Victor Kossakovsky
RUS, 2005
Shortfilms, 33min, OmeU

Screenplay: 
Victor Kossakovsky
Tatiana Stepanova
Sound: 
Alexander Dudarev
Camera: 
Victor Kossakovsky
Juryi Shvedov
Editor: 
Victor Kossakovsky
Composer: 
Alexandr Popov

Production: 
Kossakovsky Filmproduktion
World Sales: 
Jane Balfour Services Ltd. Flat 2, 122 Elgin Crescent London, W11 2JN Großbritannien T 207 727 1528 janebalfour@btconnect.com
Format: 
Video (Betacam SP)
Color

Svyato is the first film in a planned trilogy by director Victor Kossakovsky. In Russian, «Svyato» means both «happy, clear», as well as «considered holy». But Svyato is also the short form of Svyatoslav - the nickname of the two-year-old subject of this film. For the first time in his life, Svyato looks in the mirror. Simultaneously, his reflection is recorded by three HD cameras. Kossakovsky calls Svyato a film about «self-cognition and loneliness».