- year : 2016
- country : Russia
- timing : 109’'
- genre : documentary
- producer : Daniil Bondar
written by Maxim Privezentsev
produred by Maxim Privezentsev, Daniil Bondar
DoP Vasiliy Ivashentsev, Sergey Shulga
music Sergey Kazantsev
sound by Alexander Vaytsakhovskiy
editor Oleg Alekseev
In 1967 thousands of motorcyclist went on an expansive motorcycle ride, Rodina Rally, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution in the USSR. A black and white documentary was created on this tour that crossed 1/6 of the country. The grandson of the film maker managed to find this filmstrip in archives. He then called his friends to make a sequel to his grandfathers film. So almost a half century later an attempt was made to repeated the route of 1967 on a Russian motorcycle called a Ural. Why does the original footage beat the modern picture? Why do we want to live better, but end up with the same as the past? Why do Russian motorcycles and roads go bad? These are a few challenges faced by the travelers from Sakhalin to Saint Petersburg.
Documentary Film Festival "Artdokfest" (2016, Moscow, Russia)
The Motorcycle Film Festival (2016, USA, New York)
Film Festival "Native Trails", Special Jury Prize (2017, Russia, Moscow)
International Film Festival of Arctic Countries (2017, Russia, Arkhangelsk)
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
Daniil Bondar was born on 25.06.1973 in Moscow. In 1996 graduated from International independent University of Ecology and Politology as a journalist. He has always been engaged in advertising, PR and television films production. He has been devoting time to photography and filmmaking for the recent 7 years.
2016 - This is all mine!, documentary
2014 - Delirium of Paradise, documentary