Alexander Kott: "It is impossible not to fall in love with Uzbekistan"
This is the opinion of film director, screenwriter and producer Alexander Kott, who held a master class and shared practical advice with VGIK students at the Tashkent International Film Festival "Pearl of the Silk Road". Alexander Kott is known for such movies as "Trial", "Christmas Trees", "Brest Fortress".
One of his recent works "Chuk and Gek" will be shown as part of the festival at Magic Cinema.
In the arsenal of the author has both dramatic films and comedies. Film critics have repeatedly noted his attention to detail and ability to convey the atmosphere of the historical period in the frame.
Listeners of the master class director told about the secrets of successful movies. About how important it is when working on a picture to pay attention to details, work them out, paying attention to the era in which lived this or that hero. In particular, speaking about films, he noted that in short films the visual part is the first priority, and then everything else. Speaking about Uzbekistan, the director emphasized that our country evokes very warm emotions in him. As Kott notes, it is impossible not to fall in love with Uzbekistan.
- The film festival taking place in Tashkent clearly demonstrates the attention the government pays to the development of cinema," Kott said. - Cinema is no less important in educating young people, instilling taste and aesthetics in them. In his opinion, the platform of the film festival is a powerful springboard for synergy of interesting international projects, exchange of experience and, most importantly, an opportunity for young people to get a tremendous experience from the masters of world cinema.