A feature animation film, The Nose or the Conspiracy of Mavericks by Russian veteran director Andrey Khrzhanovsky.
Following the sun is a personal journey, but what happens if you have a kid to accompany you? Dina Velikovskaya beautifully explores contrasting desires in the puppet animation short Kukuschka.
Konstantin Bronzit has finished his second short on loneliness and the universe, his Oscar-qualifying short, He Can't Live Without Cosmos. Our review.
Imagination should take a poetic leap forwards. Watch 9 Ways To Draw A Person by Sasha Svirsky.
Charming and gravity-free: watch My Mum is an Airplane.
When loneliness becomes inventive. Watch House Wanders, Bird Water Full by Russian animator Veronika Samartseva.
An unusual friendship between the Russian Misha and a strange animal won a Special Prize at the Generation KPlus section of the 2014 Berlin Film Festival.
Growing up or being a child underneath? Watch Le retour (The Return) by Natalia Chernysheva.
An animated Russian feature and a satire of the modern world in Ku! Kin-Dza-Dza. Read the film review.
The world of high heels and how not to leave your child unattended. Watch the charmingly deviant The Red Heels.
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