EMIGRATION: GAME RULES (PRE-RECORDED) 
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A talk on the film "Soyka"
Emigration has become a reality for tens and hundreds of thousands of Belarusians, and in the film "Soyka" by Anastasia Sergienia, a former Minsk resident, and now a resident of New York, it goes on about the difficulties of coming up in the world in a new homeland. Anastasia tells about the production of her first film and the rigidity of the emigrant life.

Anastasia Sergienya, an Information and communication specialist (BSU), was born in Minsk. Since 2012, she has worked and studied in London, in 2016 she moved to New York. She completed her Summer Filmmaking courses at TISCH, NYU and works in the film industry. "A Jay" collected funds for its debut using crowdfunding. The film was among dozens of short film festivals around the world.

Anton Sidarenka is a film critic, screenwriter, journalist, film reviewer. Since 2020, Anton has been overseeing film selection for the Belarusian film section of the Northern Lights. Born and raised in Minsk, Anton has witnessed both the epoch of cinema theatres’ popularity and the downhill of old-school journalism. Anton is the author of KinoChtivo, one of the longest-known Belarusian blogs, and has written more than 1000 reviews, interviews, and articles in the media. Blogger, journalist, TV producer and five-times host of the "Cinema phenomena" club in Minsk cinema theatre Raketa, ex-worker of the Museum of the Belarusian Cinema History, former chief editor of Belarusfilm, the national film studio of Belarus, creator of "Non-fiction film" (Belarusian television, 2014). His favorite film producer is Michelangelo Antonioni. His current sphere of interest includes documentary films.
Anton Sidarenka
Anton Sidarenka
Belarusian programme selector of Northern Lights Film Festival, film critic (Belarus)
Anastasya Sergienya
Anastasya Sergienya
Film director, photographer, journalist (USA/Belarus)

25 / 09 / 21

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Emigration: game rules (PRE-RECORDED) Emigration: game rules (PRE-RECORDED)
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Anton Sidarenka
Anton Sidarenka
Speaker
Anastasya Sergienya
Anastasya Sergienya
Speaker
Emigration has become a reality for tens and hundreds of thousands of Belarusians, and in the film "Soyka" by Anastasia Sergienia, a former Minsk resident, and now a resident of New York, it goes on about the difficulties of coming up in the world in a new homeland. Anastasia tells about the production of her first film and the rigidity of the emigrant life.

Anastasia Sergienya, an Information and communication specialist (BSU), was born in Minsk. Since 2012, she has worked and studied in London, in 2016 she moved to New York. She completed her Summer Filmmaking courses at TISCH, NYU and works in the film industry. "A Jay" collected funds for its debut using crowdfunding. The film was among dozens of short film festivals around the world.

Anton Sidarenka is a film critic, screenwriter, journalist, film reviewer. Since 2020, Anton has been overseeing film selection for the Belarusian film section of the Northern Lights. Born and raised in Minsk, Anton has witnessed both the epoch of cinema theatres’ popularity and the downhill of old-school journalism. Anton is the author of KinoChtivo, one of the longest-known Belarusian blogs, and has written more than 1000 reviews, interviews, and articles in the media. Blogger, journalist, TV producer and five-times host of the "Cinema phenomena" club in Minsk cinema theatre Raketa, ex-worker of the Museum of the Belarusian Cinema History, former chief editor of Belarusfilm, the national film studio of Belarus, creator of "Non-fiction film" (Belarusian television, 2014). His favorite film producer is Michelangelo Antonioni. His current sphere of interest includes documentary films.