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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Pukštytė, Rugilė
Title: Arsenijaus ir Andrejaus Tarkovskių kūrybos pristatymo dienos Nacionaliniame Kauno dramos teatre
Other Title: Creative Legacies of Arsenij and Andrei Tarkovsky : presentation at Kaunas National Drama Theatre
Is part of: Grupės ir aplinkos, 2015, nr. 4, p. 117-121
Date: 2015
Abstract: From October 23 to 25, 2015, Kaunas National Drama Theatre hosted a presentation of creative legacies by the poet Arsenij Tarkovsky and Andrei Tarkovsky, a world renowned film director associated with elite cinema. The event included viewing of documentary and feature films and poetry reading. It also provided with an opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues and film practitioners. Among the many highlights was a display of exhibits: articles, film posters, scripts and photographs, brought from Moscow for the occasion. Stages across the theatre were used for display of documentary and feature films: the documentary The Student Andrei Tarkovsky (2003) and the uncensored versions of the famous feature films Andrei Rublev (1966) and Soliaris (1972). Participants viewed excerpts of The Mirror and Nostalghia and the documentary Malyutka-zhizn (2004). Film displays were followed by meetings and discussions with the artists’ circle of friends and colleagues and famous film practitioners from Russia.
Appears in Collections:Grupės ir aplinkos / Groups and Environments 2015, nr. 4

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