Feature Documentary Competition | 98 min | 2020

33 WORDS ABOUT DESIGN

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About the Film

It is commonly believed that there is no specific Russian approach to design. But what if people have been underestimating the influence of culture, history, and the surrounding reality on the style and aesthetic guidelines of those who create our visual environment? A company of 33 modern Russian designers came united to examine this theory, among whom are several famous names like Artemy Lebedev, Valery Golyzhenkov, Pokras Lampas, Anton Schneider, Denis Bashev, and Oleg Pashchenko.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Film Info

Section Feature Documentary Competition
Year 2020
Length 98 min
Language Russian
Country Russia
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Film Credits

Director Natalya Klimchuk, Olga Morozova
Screenplay Natalya Klimchuk, Olga Morozova, Timofey Cherny  
Cinematography Tair Polad-Zade, Evgeny Klimov, Philip Zadorozhny, Alexey Ivanovsky, Maxi Shilov, Victor Gorbachev, Anastasia Kazakova, Pavel Samokhvalov, Gennady Lokhtin, Evgenia Nikolaeva, Nikita Goryachkin, Stas Aki, Anna Butomo, Yaroslav Dementiev, Evgeny Kazantsev, Evgeny Shevelenko, Ksenia Kazazayeva, Andrey Nekrasov
Music Misha Mishchenko
Editing Evgeny Klimov
Producer Natalya Klimchuk, Olga Morozova
Production Company Bang Bang Studio
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Film Contacts

Directed by: Natalya Klimchuk, Olga Morozova

Born in 1980 and a graduate of the Philosophy Department at St. Petersburg State University, Natalya Klimchuk was the creator and the head of the illustrative department of Artemy Lebedev Studio. In 2008, she co-founded Bang! Bang! illustrative agency, and in 2017, established the online design school Bang Bang Education. She is the co-director and co-author of 100 Years of Design and 33 Words About Design. Olga Morozova was born in 1981 in the Ural Mountains, where she received a law education. She practiced classical ballet while dreaming of filmmaking. At 18, Morozova moved to Moscow to enter VGIK, but her path turned towards Lebedev Studio. In 2008, she collaborated with Natalya Klimchuk, starting the illustrative agency Bang! Bang!