9 декабря на платформе synergy.online пройдет мастер-класс от российского писателя Дмитрия Глуховского — автора трилогии “Метро” (по которой снят одноименный сериал), а также киносценариев к скандальному фильму “Текст” и сериалу “Топи”.
Дмитрий расскажет о том, как создать успешный сценарий, может ли массовый фильм быть талантливым и ценится ли русская самобытность в Голливуде.
Беседовать с Дмитрием Глуховским будет Филип Перкон — основатель Russian Film Week.
Мастер-класс начнется с показа короткометражного фильма “Сера”, снятого по рассказу Дмитрия Глуховского. Действие картины происходит в Норильске, где следователь расследует бытовое убийство мужа женой, одержимой потусторонними силами.
About this Event
The Russian Film Week and Synergy are proud to present a talk by the renown contemporary Russian-Israeli writer, Dmitry Glukhovsky, coupled with a screening of short film "Sulfur", the latest of Dmitry's scripts. Filip Perkon, who founded the Russian Film Week, will lead the talk and dig into what it is like being a writer for film vs literature, on Dmitry's life plans and experiences.
Dmitry Glukhovsky was born in 1979 in Moscow. In 1996, he began studying journalism and international relations in Jerusalem. Afterwards, he spent three years as an editor for EuroNews in Lyon. In 2005, he returned to Russia and worked for the news channel Russia Today for three more years. As a correspondent, he traveled to crisis regions such as the Lebanese-Israeli border, visited the ruined reactors in Chernobyl despite its health risks in order to collect materials for his later novel series "Metro", and was the first to report live from the North Pole. Glukhovsky also worked together with Deutsche Welle and the British news station Sky News. The "Metro" series, which has been translated into over 20 languages, can not only be read as a postapocalyptic science fiction text but also as a parable of Russian society. Glukhovsky's stated goal is to conquer the limits of genre in literature. In addition to computer games, the "Universe of Metro" label has also been created, under which different international authors describe the alternative reality in other Russian and European regions.
Filip Perkon was born in Sweden to Russian parents and was brought up in the UK, where he graduated from the London School of Economics. He has had a keen passion for organizing events since the age of 16 and since produced record-breaking concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and Hammersmith Apollo. He has also worked on many congresses and conferences around the world, before founding the Russian Film Week in 2016, that has now become the most prominent Russian film and culture event outside of Russia. He is a member of the Sandbox community for young creatives and World Economic Forum Global Shapers network.