Babi Yar. Context (2021)

Babi Yar. Context
16+

About film

Rewards and nominations

Director

Sergei Loznitsa

Sergei Loznitsa is a Ukrainian director, screenwriter, producer, editor, and cinematographer. He studied directing at the Russian State Institute of Cinematography and later worked at the Studio of Documentary Films in St. Petersburg. His films have been frequently screened at European film festivals. Loznitsa won the Directing Prize in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival for his narrative feature Donbass (2018). He won a similar award for Best Direction at the Sochi Open Russian Film Festival for the film My Joy (2010). The director’s works primarily comment on various military and political themes and often cause heated debates in Post-Soviet media.

Along with

Closing ceremony of the 7th MJFF
  • Category:

    Special

  • Speaker:

    Egor Odintsov, Vadim Perelman

Q&A. Ilya Altman about Babi Yar

Sessions

12 октября 20:00 Oktyabr Cinema

Along with

Closing ceremony of the 7th MJFF
  • Category:

    Special

  • Speaker:

    Egor Odintsov, Vadim Perelman

Q&A. Ilya Altman about Babi Yar

Trailer

Director

Sergei Loznitsa

Sergei Loznitsa is a Ukrainian director, screenwriter, producer, editor, and cinematographer. He studied directing at the Russian State Institute of Cinematography and later worked at the Studio of Documentary Films in St. Petersburg. His films have been frequently screened at European film festivals. Loznitsa won the Directing Prize in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival for his narrative feature Donbass (2018). He won a similar award for Best Direction at the Sochi Open Russian Film Festival for the film My Joy (2010). The director’s works primarily comment on various military and political themes and often cause heated debates in Post-Soviet media.