Director: Aleksandr Sokurov // Writers: Alexei Jankowski, Aleksandr Sokurov
Russian auteur Aleksandr Sokurov is perhaps best known for his cinematic feat, Russian Ark (2002), an entire film that consists of one elaborate take. A career that began in the late 70s, Sokurov is one of the most prolific directors to emerge from Russia over the past several decades, delivering a series of masterpieces such as 1997’s Mother and Son, and most recently his zany rendition of Faust (2011), which took home the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. He’s back with Francofonia: Le Louvre Under German Occupation, and is rumored to be a companion piece to Russian Ark in that Sokurov’s filming within the actual Louvre leading us to assume the film will exist solely within that space.
Cast: Not available.
Producer: Zero One Film’s Olivier Père
U.S. Distributor: Rights Available.