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Atelier 5


Artem Iurchenko
France, 2014

29'
Ukrainian
French


Synopsis


L'atelier de Vladimir, artiste-graveur à Kiev en Ukraine, semble un lieu hermétique. Le temps y est suspendu, concentré. Pourtant le monde extérieur se fait entendre jusqu'ici: nous sommes en 2013, "la révolution orange" est entamée. Toute l'histoire et la culture du pays tiennent dans ce lieu clos de l'artiste. Qu'attend Vladimir de la révolution ?

École documentaire de Lussas

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Several years before starting his master’s degree at the Documentary School of Lussas, Artem Lurchenko was one of Vladimir Mihailovitch’s students. In 2014, the year fighting broke out in the Ukraine, he went back to film Vladimir in workshop #5 for his graduation film. It must be hot in there: the muffled purr of a stove accompanies the attentive gestures of those in the workshop – the surly artist along with some of his entourage, his students. With a staggeringly sharp eye, the young filmmaker captures the scratch of pencils, unspoken words, a bottle of water and sudden smiles and manages to convey the intense bond linking them all to this place, as others fire at each other outside.

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filmmaker

Artem Iurchenko

Artem Iurchenko, né en 1987 à Kiev, a suivi un master en Art Media à l’École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Tours, puis un master en réalisation documentaire à Lussas en 2014. Multidisciplinaire, Iurchenko s’intéresse à la lithographie et la sérigraphie; il a plusieurs expositions de gravures à son actif. Ukrainien, son film "Atelier #5" démontre le besoin du jeune réalisateur de s’interroger et de se situer par rapport à la révolution, à l'édification de la liberté, au devenir du pays et des gens.

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