24 trigon movies
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Anna Karenina (Vronsky's Story) (Flyer)

Anna Karenina (Vronsky's Story)

Karen Schachnasarow - Shakhnazarov – 2017

Which should take precedence - passion or duty? How do we choose? And who gets to judge? These are eternal questions, remorselessly thrust upon us by life. Anna Karenina made her choice, leaving her son Sergei to grow up struggling to understand why his mother took such a tragic and terrible path, and Count Vronsky haunted by the memory of the woman for whose death he still blames himself 30 years later. More

Star (Flyer)


Anna Melikian – 2014

A young debuting actress dreams of being a famous star admired by everybody. She lacks talent so she's planning to have plastic surgery to help her succeed. She is always an optimist, with an infectiously carefree attitude and joie de vivre. The extremely sensitive 15-year-old boy feeling at odds with the world is her opposite. He is misunderstood by his father and his stepmother, a worldly and haughty woman who is capable of true feelings only on the verge of death. More

Durak (Flyer)


Juri Bykow – 2014

Dima Nikitin is a simple and honest plumber who works in a small Russian town. Except for his unusual integrity, nothing makes him stand out of the crowd, until one night in a dorm mainly occupied by drunkards and outcasts, the pipes burst, endangering the occupants. Everybody needs to be immediately evacuated but nobody cares, so Nikitin sets off on a night-long odyssey to fight an entire system of corrupt bureaucrats. More

Silent Souls - Ovsyanki (Flyer)

Silent Souls - Ovsyanki

Aleksei Fedorchenko – 2010

When Miron’s beloved wife Tanya passes away, he asks his best friend Aist to help him say goodbye to her according to the rituals of the Merja culture, an ancient Finno-Ugric tribe from Lake Nero, a picturesque region in West-Central Russia. Although the Merja people assimilated into Russians in the 17th century, their myths and traditions live on in their descendants’ modern life. The two men set out on a roadtrip thousands of miles across the boundlesslands. With them, two small birds in a cage. More

Rusalka - Mermaid (Flyer)

Rusalka - Mermaid

Anna Melikian – 2008

Once upon a time … is the best way to tell the incredible story of the adventures of the ‘mermaid’ Alisa in the Russian capital Moscow. There was a time when Alisa lived by the sea. Her life was nothing out of the ordinary. She dreamed of one day dancing in a ballet; she sang in a children’s choir and attended a special school, because, at the age of six, she suddenly stopped speaking. None of which would be noteworthy, were it not for the fact that Alisa possessed a remarkable gift: the ability to fulfil wishes. More

Ejforija - Euphoria (Flyer)

Ejforija - Euphoria

Ivan Vyrypaev – 2006

In an amazingly beautiful place, on the bank of the wide Don, in a remote, half-destroyed village, surrounded by only steppe for hundreds of miles, a real drama takes place. An unexpected passionate love between a young man and a married woman literally destroys the lives of not only the main characters, but also their close ones. More

Russkij kovcheg - Russian Ark (Flyer)

Russkij kovcheg - Russian Ark

Alexander Sokurow – 2002

A film shot in on shot with no break. On a winter's day, a small party of men and women arrive by horse-drawn carriage to a minor, side entrance of the Winter Palace. The narrator meets another spectral but visible outsider, "the European", and follows him through numerous rooms of the palace. Each room manifests a different period of Russian history, but the periods are not in chronological order. More

Soleil trompeur - Utomlyonnye solntsem (Flyer)
Gorod Zero (Flyer)

Gorod Zero

Karen Schachnasarow - Shakhnazarov – 1989

Karen Shakhnazarov, the director of Anna Karenina (2017) belonged to the young talents of the cinema of change in the former Soviet Union during the 1980's. The comedy Gorod Zero (Zerograd) is one of the best examples of those years. The film is refreshing in that it thinks through the absurdities of the Soviet everyday life and it shows that the path that was called perestroika back then, has to be a long one. More

Offret (Flyer)
Stalker (Flyer)
Der Spiegel - Zerkalo (Flyer)
Solaris (Flyer)


Andrei Tarkowski – 1972

Solaris is a 1972 Soviet science fiction film, co-written and directed by the Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky. It's a meditative psychological drama occurring mostly aboard a space station orbiting the fictional planet Solaris. The scientific mission has stalled because the skeleton crew of three scientists have fallen into separate emotional crises. Psychologist Kris Kelvin travels to the Solaris space station to evaluate the situation only to encounter the same mysterious phenomena as the others. More

Andrej Rubljow (Flyer)
Iwans Kindheit (Flyer)
Die Walze und die Geige (Flyer)
Wenn die Kraniche ziehen (Flyer)
Das Mädchen mit der Hutschachtel - Devuska s korobkoj (Flyer)

Das Mädchen mit der Hutschachtel - Devuska s korobkoj

Boris Barnet – 1927

Die bald darauf von Samuel Goldwyn für Hollywood entdeckte Anna Stėn als Titelheldin: ein Mädchen, das mit der Grossmutter in den schneebedeckten Aussenbezirken Moskaus lebt, in einem Hutladen im Zentrum arbeitet und viel Zeit damit verbringt, ihrem liebeskranken Nachbarn zu entkommen. Wohnungsknappheit und ein Lotterielos (erhalten statt des Lohns) führen zu einer Hochzeit und turbulenten Verwicklungen. Bernard Eisenschitz: „Das Mädchen mit der Hutschachtel rechtfertigt Boris Barnets Ruf als Begründer der Sowjetkomödie. More

Shinel - Der Mantel (Flyer)

Shinel - Der Mantel

Grigori Kosinzew Leonid Trauberg – 1926

A minor clerk, Bashmachkin, replaces his threadbare overcoat with one made from the finest materials he can afford. Then one evening ruffians beat him up and steal his cherished new garment. The actors’ highly stylized gestures border on modern dance, and Bashmachkin’s world, especially as he begins to lose his grasp on reality, is powerfully rendered with looming shadows, oblique camera angles and eccentric architecture. More

Mat - Die Mutter

Wsewolod Pudowkin – 1926

In this film, the mother of Pavel Vlasov is drawn into the revolutionary conflict when her husband and son find themselves on opposite sides during a worker's strike. After her husband dies during the failed strike, she betrays her son's ideology in order to try, in vain, to save his life. He is arrested, tried in what amounts to a judicial farce, and sentenced to heavy labor in a prison camp. During his incarceration, his mother aligns herself with him and his ideology and joins the revolutionaries. More

Bronenosec Potemkin - Panzerkreuzer Potemkin (Flyer)

Bronenosec Potemkin - Panzerkreuzer Potemkin

Sergej M. Eisenstein – 1925

Der Revolutionsfilm schlechthin. Wer immer Bronenosec Potemkin zum „besten Film aller Zeiten“ erklärt, soll, über die Rekord-Deklaration hinweg, nicht vergessen, dass dieser „Klassiker“ in dem, was ihn auszeichnet, ein Werk von Umsturz und Enthusiasmus bleibt. Glorios der Widerspruch, dass Eisenstein für einen Revolutionsfilm die Struktur klassischer Tragödie mit Einheit von Zeit und Ort, fünf Akten und Protagonisten wählt. Letztere jedoch sind Chor der Massen geworden. More

Mr. West

Lew Kuleschow – 1924

Mit seinen Montagetheorien hat Lew Kuleschow dem Revolutionsfilm das Fundament gelegt, mit Mr. West öffnet er ihm die Pforten. Im realen, verschneiten Moskau sieht man die Akteure einander auf Motorrädern, in Autos und Pferdeschlitten verfolgen, Strassen auf Telefonleitungen überqueren und Gliedmassen wie Rufzeichen in die Höhe werfen. Mit der Erwartung, auf Wilde und Banditen zu stoßen, reist ein US-Senator ins Land der Bolschewiki. Das Alte und das Neue: eine action comedy mit Montage. More

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