BRAGUINO

Clément Cogitore

France 49 min Catalan Premiere Documentary

Synopsis

In the middle of the Siberian taiga, 450 miles from the nearest village, live two families: the Braguines and the Kilines. Not a single road leads there. A long trip on the Ienissei River, first by boat, then by helicopter, is the only way to reach Braguino. Self-sufficient, both families live there according to their own rules and principles. In the middle of the village: a barrier. The two families refuse to speak. In the river sits an island, where another community is being built: that of the children. Free, unpredictable, wild. Stemming from the fear of the other, that of wild beasts, and the joy procured by the immensity of the forest, unravels a cruel tale in which tensions and fear give shape to the geography of an ancestral conflict.

Director

Clément Cogitore

(France, 1983) French contemporary artist and director. His short films have been screened and won awards at the most prestigious festivals. His work has been the subject of regular exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo or the MOMA in New York. In 2015, his first feature film, The Wakhan Front (Neither Heaven nor Earth), was selected for the Cannes Critics’ Week, where it was awarded the Distribution Prize.

Filmography: Les Indes galantes (curt, 2018), Braguino (2017), The resonant interval (curt, 2016), Ni le ciel ni la terre (2015), Un archipel (curt, 2012), Parmi nous (curt, 2011), Bielutin - Dans le jardin du temps (curt, 2011), Scènes de chasse (curt, 2010), Visités (curt, 2007), Chroniques (curt, 2006)

Clément Cogitore

Film information

Director: Clément Cogitore
Script: Clément Cogitore
Contact: Noucinemart
Country: France
Year: 2017
Format: DCP
Length: 49 min
Language: Russian
Subtitles: Spanish
Edition: 2018

Awards

Premi Zabaltegi – Tabakalera in Donosti