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Competition program
Competition program
Grumant. Communism island
  • 16+
  • 57 min
  • Russian
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Discovered in 1596 by Willem Barents, the Svalbard archipelago, which appeared on Russian maps almost at the same time under the name "Holy Russian Islands", was assigned to Norway in 1920. At the same time, 46 states under the agreement have the right to carry out commercial and research activities there, but at the moment only Russia enjoys this privilege. The Russians even have a settlement on the island, the village of Barenburg, called by tourists the "Island of Communism". It is inhabited by shift workers who come here to work.
Film crew
  • Director:
    Ivan S. Tverdovsky
  • Screenwriter:
    Ivan S. Tverdovsky
  • Cinematographer:
    Ivan Alferov, Evgeny Kokusev, Ivan I. Tverdovsky, Alex Mikeladze
  • Producer:
    Ivan S. Tverdovsky
  • Composer:
    Evgeny Kadimsky
  • Sound operator:
    Evgeny Kadimsky
  • Theme:
    Lifestyle, Economy, Nature
  • Film studio:
    Точка зрения
  • Genre:
    Essay, Travelogue
  • Country of action:
  • Period of action:
    1983-1990, 1991-1996, 1997-2000, 2014
  • Language:
  • Lavr doc 2015
    Second round
  • Artdocfest 2014
    Best Feature-Length Documentary