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Sergey Loznitsa
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Total Titles at Criticker: 14 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated: Director (14) | Writer (7)
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Donbass (2018)
In eastern Ukraine, society begins to degrade as the effects of propaganda and manipulation begin to surface in this post-truth era. (imdb)
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A Gentle Creature (2017)
A woman lives alone on the outskirts of a village in Russia. One day she receives a parcel she sent to her incarcerated husband, marked 'return to sender'. Shocked and confused, the woman has no choice but to travel to the prison in a remote region of the country in search of an explanation. So begins the story of a battle against this impenetrable fortress, the prison where the forces of social evil are constantly at work. (wildbunch.biz)
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Austerlitz (2016)
There are places in Europe that have remained as painful memories of the past - factories where humans were turned into ash. These places are now memorial sites that are open to the public and receive thousands of tourists every year. The film's title refers to the eponymous novel written by W.G. Sebald, dedicated to the memory of Holocaust. This film is an observation of the visitors to a memorial site that has been founded on the territory of a former concentration camp. Why do they go there? (imdb)
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Sobytie (2015)
In August 1991 a failed coup d'├ętat attempt (known as Putsch) led by a group of hard-core communists in Moscow, ended the 70-year-long rule of the Soviets. The USSR collapsed soon after, and the tricolour of the sovereign Russian Federation flew over Kremlin. A quarter of a century later, Sergei Loznitsa revisits the dramatic moments of August 1991 and casts an eye on the event which was hailed worldwide as the birth of "Russian democracy". (imdb)
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Maidan (2014)
A look at the 2013 and 2014 civil unrest in the Ukrainian capital's central square. (imdb)
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Pismo (2013)
Pismo (2013) - Short Film
A remote village in the North-West of Russia. A mental asylum is located in an old wooden house. The place and its inhabitants seem to be untouched by civilization. In this pristine setting no articulate human voice is heard, and pain is muted. (imdb)
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In the Fog (2012)
Western frontiers of the USSR, 1942. The region is under German occupation, and local partisans are fighting a brutal resistance campaign. (mubi.com)
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My Joy (2010)
The story about a few days in the life of truck driver Georgy seems to be a never-ending nightmare, a spiral of violence and abuses of power. (imdb)
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Blockade (2006)
The siege of Leningrad during World War II famously lasted 900 days, leaving more than 600,000 dead from starvation, disease or cold. Blockade, a compilation film based entirely on silent footage found in Moscow's archives, is an extraordinary account of life and death in a great city experiencing unprecedented hardship. (First Run/Icarus Films)
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Artel (2006)
Artel (2006) - Short Film
Portrays one day in the life of a small fisher community in the north of Russia. (imdb)
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Factory (2004)
Factory (2004) - Short Film
A study of life inside a Russian steel factory and a brick factory.
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Portret (2002)
Portret (2002) - Short Film
This film is a collection of static portraits. It`s a one long pause. No words, silence. (cinemaoftheworlds.blogspot.com)
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The Settlement (2001)
At a remote settlement in the Russian countryside, residents appear completely engaged in their farm work. Yet, some odd inconsistencies show up. Suffused with the sounds and rhythms of rural life, The Settlement (Polseleniye) is a visually arresting and enigmatic film--possibly a parable of post-Soviet life (a haunting coda hints at an answer)--from a renowned documentarian. (National Gallery of Art)
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The Halt (2000)
The Halt (2000) - Short Film
Speeding trains slice through the silence of the small train stop. The whistle on the locomotive and the thunder of the wheels disappear into the night, but fail to wake up people at the station. People just continue to sleep. What do they wait for? What will wake them up? (dafilms.com)
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