Renata Litvinova’s North Wind: a discussion with Inna Kushnaryova

Imaginary worlds and alternative realities are still among the most popular themes in contemporary culture, becoming ever more creative and surprising. How do hybrid art genres comprising elements of (anti)utopia, camp aesthetics and alternative history help define social reality and, in the broadest sense, the current state of the world? Can a fairytale be seen as a collective portrait of contemporary Russia? V–A–С curator Andrey Vasilenko and film critic and translator Inna Kushnaryova, discuss the embodiment of these ideas in Renata Litvinova’s latest movie, North Wind. This episode is in Russian.

This episode is in Russian.

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