WHAT IS IT? Premonition is the Cinema of the future, experiments with format and technologies. Cinema reacts sensitively to all the changes taking place in society. Each new generation of directors responds to important events those that are happening and those that are about to happen. These reflections form the basis of the content and influence the form of the new cinema.

GENERAL IDEA Films of the Premonition Film Festival are the cinema of the future, reflections of cinematographers on what our world can become, research of the matrix of probability of the origin of events, experiments with formats and technologies.

WHERE? III International Film Festival Premonition will be held in Chelyabinsk from 18th to 25th of September, 2020. The focus of Premonition is the use of new technologies in film production.

WHO? The festival invites authors who explore and actively use new, high-tech means of artistic expression in films, and experiment with the language of cinema.

GOALS OF PREMONITION

  1. Identification of key trends in the development of cinematography and film language.
  2. Research of high-tech means of artistic expressio.
  3. Providing an international platform for young directors to express their ideas and share experience.
  4. Promotion of young Russian cinema and creation of a new unique film language, including one based on the use of high technologies.
  5. Promotion of the development of film production technologies, as well as the professional development of specialists in computer graphics and new technologies in cinema.
  6. Creating an event that will set a vector for the development of the cultural agenda of the region in the future and will become the hallmark of the city.

INITIATOR

  • Chelyabinsk City Administration
  • The Department of Culture of the Chelyabinsk City Administration
  • Festival organizers:
    • Municipal Autonomous institution Chelyabinsk Centre of Arts Teatr+Kino
    • Municipal budget cultural institution Znamya Cinema
    • Municipal budget cultural institution Center for cultural and information activities

ACCREDITATION

 

OUR TEAM

PRESIDENT OF THE FESTIVAL | SERGEI MIROSHNICHENKO

Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, member of the Presidential Council for Culture and Art of the Russian Federation, member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, director, producer, artistic director of the Ostrov Studio. Soviet and Russian documentary film director and screenwriter, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. Secretary of the Union of Cinematographers of Russia for documentary films, professor at Russian State University of Cinematography. Academician of the National Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Russia, member of the Academy of Russian Television TEFI, Academician of the Russian Academy of Cinematic Arts Nika. Curator of the documentary program Free Thought of the Moscow International Film Festival.

DIRECTOR | ANGELINA GOLIKOVA

From 2004 to 2008 - VGIK, faculty of direction of feature films (workshop under the direction of V.I. Khotinenko and V.A. Fenchenko).
From 2002 to the present - scriptwriter, director, executive producer at the Ostrov Studio.
Since 2006 - the director of the documentary program Free Thought at the Moscow International Film Festival.
Since 2013 - an installation teacher at VGIK.
Director of such films as: "Russia: We Are 25", "Meeting".
Multiple winner of the Stalker Prize at the International Human Rights Film Festival.

PRODUCER | ANASTASIA BEZRUK

In 2013 she graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the Southern Federal University, after which she immediately entered the VGIK, in the workshop for directors under the direction of S.V. Miroshnichenko and S.L. Muzychenko.
During her studies, she worked on such projects of the Ostrov Studio as "Spirit in Motion" - 2014, director: Sofia Geveiler - and "Bottom" - 2017, directors: Sergei Miroshnichenko and Angelina Golikova - as an assistant director. Also she worked as a director and executive producer on the set of various fiction and documentary projects. Thesis "Everybody goes to tractor!" entered the long list of the Golden Eagle award in the Best Non-Fiction Film category.

Since 2018 - producer of United Media Group LLC, Russia1 TV channel.

CURATOR VR PROGRAMS | GEORGY MOLODTSOV

Russian director and producer, expert in the field of VR content.
In 2008 he graduated from the Russian State University of Cinematography (VGIK), Sergei Miroshnichenko's non-fiction film workshop.
In 2015 he was awarded a Master of Arts in Film and Video by the School of Communications of the American University (Washington, USA) under the Fulbright program. Georgii Molodtsov is one of the most famous specialists in Russia both in the production of 360 content and in organizing VR events within the framework of various film festivals.

CHAIRMAN OF THE JURY | SVETLANA MUZYCHENKO

She was born in Khabarovsk. Graduated from the Novosibirsk State Theatre School. She worked as an actress at the Novosibirsk State Drama Theater.
From 1993 to 1998 - VGIK (workshop under direction of Professor A.S. Kochetkov).
Since 1999 - a member of the Union of Cinematographers.
Since 2003 - a teacher at VGIK (workshop of documentary films under the direction of S.V. Miroshnichenko, S.L. Muzychenko), associate professor of the department of non-fiction films at VGIK.

 

MEMBER OF THE JURY | KALINA BERTIN

Director of documentary films, laureate of the Moscow Film Festival (Canada).

 

MEMBER OF THE JURY | MAKSIM ROZHKOV

Russian director of combined filming.

 

VENUE AND CONTACTS

MAI Chelyabinsk Centre of Arts Teatr+Kino
Pushkin Cinema
64, Pushkina street
+7(351)263-88-25
MBCI IMPULS Film Centre
16, Pyatidesyatiletiya VLKSM street
+7(351)721-04-73
MBCI ZNAMYA Cinema
112, Kirova street
+7(351)266-60-65