LISART FILM FESTIVAL

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LISART FILM FESTIVAL

LISART is short film festival for children and young people.

About

«LISARTFEST»

This is the All-Russian Film Festival of short films made by children and young People.

«LISARTFEST»

This is an All-Russian project that aims to support and morally develop talented young people.


«LISARTFEST»

it gathers children and teenagers, as well as adults from all over Russia, who are close to the ideas of morality, spirituality, faith, knowledge of oneself, one's soul, and nature through the art of cinema.

«LISARTFEST»

This is a space that brings together people from different regions, different cultures and different faiths to create together a movie that will change our world for the better, make it brighter and kinder!

Awards

According to the results of the jury meeting, the winners in the following categories and nominations are determined:

- Grand Prix of the festival

- "The kindest movie"

CATEGORY "UNDER 13 YEARS OLD":
- Best Feature Film;
- Best Director;
- Best Scenario;
- Best Actor;
- Best Actress

CATEGORY "FROM 14 TO 18 YEARS OLD":
- Best Feature Film;
- Best Director;
- Best Scenario;
- Best Actor;
- Best Actress

The winner of the Grand Prix receives a ticket-an invitation to the ten-day film camp "LISART" on the Black Sea coast (June 11 - June 20) and a place in the crew of the new film studio "LISART" (the organizers fully pay for the ticket to the film camp. Transfer to Krasnodar and back is not included in the ticket price).

The winner in the nomination "The kindest film" will be awarded a miniature of the golden statuette of the National Award "For the Benefit of Peace" and gifts from a partner.

Winners in other categories will be awarded statuettes of the festival, diplomas and solemn laurels. Prizes and gifts are delivered by mail to the name specified in the application. Postal services are paid by the recipient.

Rules

The All-Russian Children's Film Festival "LISART" is held by the Autonomous non-profit Organization "Krasnodar Film Studio "LISART", in partnership with the Moscow Center for Visual Arts, the All-Russian National Award "For the Benefit of Peace" and the State Autonomous Institution "Kubankino".

The festival is held from February 20 to June 1 inclusive.

The final of the All-Russian Children's Film Festival "LISART" will be held in Krasnodar on June 1, 2022 and will be timed to the Children's Day.

Festival program:

- competitive program of short films;

- educational program;

- creative laboratory;

- master classes and technical presentations;

- round tables devoted to topical issues of cinema;

- discussions on the results of the screenings with the participation of invited experienced cinematographers;

- premiere or special screenings.

The Directorate of the All-Russian Children's Film Festival "LISART" is considering Russian films produced in 2020-2022 for participation. The competition program includes feature films that are fully completed before March 1, 2022.

The maximum allowed timekeeping of paintings for the competition is 30 minutes.

Russian Russian films created in full or partial co-production with foreign film schools (studios) are allowed to participate in the competition only in Russian or with Russian subtitles.

Films are registered by the directorate from February 20, 2022 to May 16, 2022 according to the completed application on the festival website. In the application for participation, the author must fill out all the required forms, including his contacts, as well as indicate the copyright holder of the film, the name of the film school or studio where the work was created. One author can submit an unlimited number of works for consideration. If all the points are met, the film is considered a participant in the selection of the All-Russian Children's Film Festival "LISART".

A viewing copy of the film for consideration for participation is provided by the author or his representative, according to the completed application by the link to the video hosting until May 16, 2022. Viewing copies cannot be replaced.

The festival Management reserves the right to use fragments of the film for festival publications in the press and mass media, as well as on the festival's website and social networks. Films submitted for participation can be shown as part of other LISART events and sessions.

Premiere Requirements

No premiere requirement

Jury and Organizers

The jury consists of famous cultural figures:

Oleg Androsov (Krasnodar) - Director, screenwriter, actor, producer. Founder and artistic director of the LISART film studio. Winner of many National and International film festivals.

Alexander Galibin (Moscow) is a Soviet and Russian theater, film and voice actor, theater and film director, TV presenter. People's Artist of the Russian Federation, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, Member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
He gained wide fame and audience love for his theatrical works, roles in films ("The Tavern on Pyatnitskaya", "Battalions ask for fire", "The Life of Klim Samgin", "The Master and Margarita" and many others), as well as as a film director ("Goldfish", "Sister", "Marusya Trout!"). Winner of the Grand Prix of the National Award for Kindness in Art "For the Benefit of Peace", Winner of the Grand Prix of the IV International Film Festival "Eurasian Bridge", Winner of the festival "Window to Europe", Winner of the All-Russian Festival of Visual Arts and many other National and International screenings.

Alexander Kott (Moscow) is a Russian film director, screenwriter, head of the VGIK directing workshop, member of the Union of Cinematographers, member of the VGIK Academic Council, Oscar nominee, Winner of the Kinotavr Festival and many other All-Russian and International film festivals. He is known to the audience for his paintings, such as "Brest Fortress", "Spitak", "Scarecrow" and many others.

Pavel Barshak (Moscow) is a popular Russian theater and film actor ("Walk", "Peter FM", "Soldiers", "Dostoevsky", "Game", "Kamenskaya", "Three Musketeers", Magomayev", "Union of Salvation", etc.).

Olga Prokofieva (Moscow) is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress, TV presenter. Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. She gained wide fame and audience love for her theatrical works and film roles ("My Beautiful Nanny", "Waiting for a Miracle", "Children of the Arbat", "I'm going out to look for you" and many others).

Maria Poroshina (Moscow) is a Russian theater and film actress. Winner of the Golden Eagle Award. She is known to the audience for her roles in theater and cinema ("Brigade", "Night Watch", "Christmas Trees", "Streets of Broken Lanterns" and many others).

Natalia Bondarchuk (Moscow) is a Soviet and Russian actress, film director, screenwriter; Honored Artist of the RSFSR, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. She gained wide fame and audience love for her roles in films ("Solaris", "The Star of captivating Happiness", "Pushkin. The Last Duel" and many others), as well as as a film director ("The Bronze Horseman", "Pushkin. The last duel", "Gogol. Nearest" and many others).

Irina Synkova (Krasnodar) - Director of the State Autonomous Institution "Kubankino".

Vladimir Parshenkov (Novorossiysk) - Theater and film actor ("Gypsy happiness", "Bloodhound", "Cossacks", "Mermaids", "Superbrowy", "Vacation", etc.)


Friends and partners of the Festival:
All-Russian Award for Kindness in Art "For the Benefit of the World"
Visual Arts Center
LISART Film Studio
State Autonomous Cultural Institution "Kubankino"
Agency for the promotion of films at festivals "FESTAGENT"
"FilmFreeway" World Festival Venue

Documents

Place

Russia
Краснодар

Official Website

lisartfilm.ru/фестиваль

Contacts

LISARTFEST@yandex.ru

+7 (989) 811-8595

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Dates & Deadlines
  • Opening Date
    February 20, 2022
  • Regular Deadline
    May 16, 2022
  • Notifications
    May 23, 2022
  • Event Dates
    1 June 2021 — 1 June 2022
Categories & Fees

The program is open to film authors under the age of 13, who are engaged in film/TV studios, film schools, creative associations, or shoot their own work on their own with a camera, camera or phone.

  • Regular Deadline — free

The program is open to film authors between the ages of 14 and 18 who are engaged in film / TV studios, film schools, creative associations, or shoot their own work on their own with a camera, camera or phone.

  • Regular Deadline — free

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