Байкал — территория свободного творчества / Baikal Is the Territory of Free Art




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Published on Jun 21, 2017

Видеоклип «Байкал — территория свободного творчества» — манифест первого международного культурного форума «Байкал-Тотем». Мы призываем превратить Байкал в центр мировых искусств, национальных культур, центр творческого созидания, экологического и культурного туризма и вернуть уникальному озеру статус источника духовного наследия.

Авторы идеи клипа — соорганизаторы фестиваля искусств «Культурная столица» и первого международного культурного форума «Байкал-Тотем» Анатолий Борозненко и Андрей Швайкин, режиссер — Юрий Дорохин. Идею в жизнь воплотила студия REC Production.
The key statement of the Baikal Totem International Culture Forum is a motion video entitled “Baikal Is the Territory of Free Art”. It shows the mightiness, beauty and energy of the lake and strikes the audience with the vastness and uniqueness of the Baikal nature.
For as long as 47 years, the Baikal Pulp and Paper Mill had been the source of heavy contamination of the whole ecosystem of the lake’s area. Colorful ribbons symbolizing various branches of art and the inhabitants of Baikal erase the former industrial plant, and pristine nature triumphs over thoughtless and irrational intervention of human beings.
These events declared the beginning of a new era. Future Lake Baikal is a gathering place for artists, musicians and actors; it is museums of modern and classic art, professional music record studios, art residences, new theaters, film studios and concert halls.
The idea of the motion video belongs to the co-organizers of the Cultural Capital Art Festival, Anatoly Boroznenko and Andrey Shvaykin. The video was directed by Yuri Dorokhin. The idea was brought to life by the REC Production studio.


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