Cine-Train was an international documentary workshop following the concept of Aleksandr Medvedkin.
18 young filmmakers travelled along 9 288 kilometres of the Trans-Siberian express from Moscow to Vladivostok, asking "Where does Europe end?"
6 short documentaries
Russian Playground, 9’30”
By Denes Nagy, Leo Bruges, Anna Dmitrieva
In the outskirts of Moscow, Ekaterinburg and Sludianka, kids display great ingenuity in creating their own playgrounds…
The Lenin Code, 12’
By Nikita Sutyrin, Monika Kotacka, Julien Pierrefeu
Do the statues of Lenin hide a secret? A mockumentary-style investigation into the legacy of the USSR’s founding father.
By Monika Baptista, Filip Syczysnki, Eugeniy Goryainov
Two men travel in the same train to Lake Baikal. Without them knowing it, a genuine link connects them, Chechnya.
Transsiberian Voices, 10’40”
By Jochem de Vries, Marton Vizkelety, Guillaume Protsenko
The Transsiberian brings passengers from all over Eurasia together. Many of them have folkloric songs to share; they are beautiful.
Mc Russia, 11’10”
By Andrei Tanase, Georgy Groshkov, Florian Krebs
A German student conducts research on the vogue of fast-food restaurants in Russia. Will the Western model impose itself all the way to the city of Ulan-Ude?
Between Dreams, 9’30”
By Iris Olsson, Natasha Pavlovskaya, Dimitris Tolios
In the sleeping wagons of the Transsiberian, people’s dreams tell about their fears, their hopes... and their futures!