This is the video of the workshop on the future of cinema that I was filming for Cinemathon. The project was premiered in Cannes. Filmed on Digital Bolex and Canon EOS 5D Mark III in raw format.
Born in 1982 in Moscow, Russia, I was working as a photographer in Russia and Israel for more than 10 years, being staff photographer with the Seance film magazine and publishing house since 2004, and working as a freelancer for various magazines.
With the Seance publishing house I made two books with the portraits of Russian cinema makers.
Eventually I shifted to cinema while studying at Musrara — The Naggar School of Photography and New Media in Jerusalem, Israel.
In 2011 I scripted, directed and filmed feature documentary movie When New Year Comes on Shabbat.
Since then I moved to Berlin and working as cinematographer on documentary, features and video movies. I was a cameraman on a VICE movie Young and Gay in Putin’s Russia, with Petr Zhukov I worked on a feature movie Martı in Turkey, with Olga Kravets I filmed documentary It’s Getting Dark, and currently I work on my first feature movie.