A new edition of Cinetrain takes place every second year. Discover our previous projects:
rom Moscow to Moscow, visiting Murmansk, Saint-Peterburg, Kotlas, Tomsk and Olkhon Island on the Baikal lake, the latest edition of Cinetrain took its participants even further to meet a new frontier: the Russian Winter and its’ rough climate.
If Cinetrain is an extreme filmmaking experience, the 2013 edition was pushing it even further!
8 short documentaries were produced on 8 theme, exploring different stereotypes about Russia. The world premiere is yet to be announced.
If the first edition of Cinetrain was searching for an imaginary border between Europe and Asia, in 2010 the second edition of Cinetrain took a group of young filmmakers a step further and had them cross existing borders: from Bishkek, to Moscow, through Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Russia. 20 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, in a region of the world that use to be united as one country, people had to adapt to new borders and build new relations to their neighbors.
5 short documentaries were produced during this 3 weeks long trip.
T he first edition of Cinetrain took place in 2008, from Moscow to Vladivostok, in different cities on the way. “Did we just cross the European border?” 18 young filmmakers from all over Europe constantly asked themselves this question along the 9302 km of the mythic Transsiberian railroad track.
6 Short documentaries were produced during this unique project, some of them getting international fame in festivals all over the world. The project’s world premiere took place in Cannes’ Critic’s week in 2009.