RUSSIA 23 MIN, 2023
Alexander’s grandfather, Nikolay, was an acclaimed soviet inventor and often gave the boy lessons in radio engineering. Nikolay’s last wish was just as extraordinary as the life he led: he asked Alexander to create a digital copy of himself in a robotic body. And so the grandson’s quest began…
Cinematographer, director, and screenwriter, member of the Russian Filmmakers' Union, Nikita Aniskin was born in 1994 in the Republic of Mordovia. In 2016 he graduated from the Russian State Vocational Pedagogical University (RSVPU) with a degree in cinematography (workshop of the Honoured Art Worker of the Russian Federation A. Lesnikov). He later studied at the School of Film and Television ‘Industry’, Eduard Moshkovich's workshop. His filmography includes more than 25 documentaries and fiction films.
Born in Omsk city in 1982. In 2004 he graduated historical faculty of Omsk State University. In 2005 he received the diploma of Independent School of cinema and TV INTERNEWS in Moscow (Faculty Directing Film and TV). His documentary works include Two Childhoods (2016), LETSPLAY (2019), Long Shot (2021) and many others. The participant and winner of Russian and international film festivals. Member of the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation.
Doker 2023 — Short Competition