2010 / Completed / Experimental Doc / 10min / HDV / Directed by Tomás Sheridan
Produced by Tanya Petrik & Guillaume Protsenko – Miru mir & Moviement Russia/UK
Along the km 3500 train line that connects Bishkek in impoverished Kyrgyzstan to Moscow people from all wakes of life and ethnic backgrounds speak their minds, about neighbors, skinheads, the USSR, Borat and their dreams for the future.
Made as part of the Cinetrain project this short experimental documentary was shot and edited over a 5week period in Autumn 2009 traveling by train between Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan and Moscow.
– Special Program: Premiere as part of Cinetrain ’09 at the Moscow International Film Festival 2010
– Official Selection – Uppsala International Film Festival 2010 (Sweden)
– Official Selection – Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival 2011 (France)
– Official Selection – Go>Short International Short Film Festival 2011(Nijmegen, Netherlands)
– Official Selection – Mecal International Film Festival (Barcelona, Spain)
– Official Selection – Sheffield Doc/Fest 2011 (UK)
– Nominated Best Doc – Art Deco International Film Festival 2011 (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
– Official Selection – Guanajuato International Film Festival 2011 (Mexico)
– Official Selection – San Gió International Film Festival 2011 (Verona, Italy)
– Official Selection – Cinema City Festival 2011 (Novi Sad, Serbia)
– Broadcast Sale – Canal+ (France) and Canal+ Africa (June 2011)