The Panorama section carries on with the screenings of the best 2015 titles. On Friday, March 11, two films worthy of attention will be screened: Under Electric Clouds’ last showing, by Aleksei German Jr., celebrated for its outstanding artistic contribution in Berlin, and The Wolfpack’s first one, by Crystal Moselle, U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.
The last showing of the film by Alexei German Jr., Silver Lion at Venice for Bumaznyj soldat (Paper Soldier) and son of the deceased Aleksei German, a filmmaker whose last film (It’s Hard to Be a God, 2013), shot with huge difficulties, was already screened at the Festival, will be at 5:30pm. Under Electric Clouds, selected at the Berlin, BAFICI, Hong Kong and Seville Festivals, among others, is a depiction of the post-soviet Rusia, in the year 2017, exactly one hundred years after the Communist Revolution.
On the other hand, The Wolfpack, U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, takes place inside a Manhattan’s apartment, where certain brothers learn about the outside world through watching films. The film, its director’s first feature, has been at the Tribeca, Edinburgh and Stockholm Festivals, among others. The showing will be at 6:40pm.