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Maria morina
Youth Part II
Documentaire | hdv | couleur | 2'13'' | Russie | 2019
Until the beginning of the 1990s, there were no rap artists in Russia and the Soviet Union. In the middle of the 1990s, a lot of boys throughout Russia started performing hip hop music, many of them had ended up working on factories in the former closed cities. Filmmaker asked several former hip-hop musicians, some still having factory jobs, to remember their old rhythms silently, and paired it with a spontaneous hip hop jam of young people living near the factories of Nizhny Tagil and Yekaterinburg on a second screen. Their voices dissolve like smoke in the back streets of Ural cities, gigantic open-air factories.
Maria Morina is a Russian photographer and filmmaker. She is one of the authors of a cross-media project that took 9 years to produce - Grozny: Nine Cities. It explores specific aspects of the aftermath of the two Chechen wars. It has won several international awards, including Calvados Awards for War Correspondents, 2014, and Luma Rencontres Dummy Book Award Arles, 2017. While working with different mediums on the Grozny: Nine Cities project, Maria has turned to film-making. Maria Morina?s first full-length documentary film, Don?t Press Stop, about Rap musicians in Nizhny Tagil, a gigantic open-air factory in Russia, was released in 2017. It was selected for Lussas Documentary Film Festival, France and Russian Open Documentary Film Festival Artdocfest in 2017. Maria Morina has participated in numerous exhibitions and festivals in Russia and abroad. Her works are held in the Les Rencontres d’Arles and The Open Society Foundation collections.