The seagrass collectors

by Maria Murashova

RUSSIA, France - 2016 - 65 MINUTES

synopsis

Among the Russian Solovki Islands, off the White Sea, Rebolda was only inhabited for a few months by seasonal workers who picked seaweed for a pittance. Here people live in autarky, without electricity or means of communication. They contact their families by cell phone when the network allows it, they smoke, sometimes they talk to each other.

Director

PLUG

PRODUCTION

Macalube Films

Moscow Ethno-Geographic Research Foundation

DIFFUSION

Lyon Capital TV

PARTICIPATION

CNC

COSIP

Rewards

In 2017: Festival International Jean Rouch - See the world differently - Paris (France) - International competition


In 2017: Traces de Vies - Clermont-Ferrand (France) - Selection “A sensitive world”


In 2017: FIFIG - Festival International du Film Insulaire de Groix - Île de Groix (France) - Selection


In 2017: Filming the work - Poitiers (France) - “Valorization of research” award


In 2016: States General of Documentary Films - Lussas (France) - Sélection Docmonde

Lussas - docmonde@lussasdoc.org - 04.27.52.90.23

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