Russia, 2015, 45 min. Director Ekaterina Stytsenko.
Diploma of the Union of Russian Filmmakers and the Irkutsk regional branch of the for the film, which defend Angara River, SPECIAL AWARD OF MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT OF of the Irkutsk region, SPECIAL AWARD OF LIMNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF SIBERIAN BRANCH OF RUSSIAN ACADEMY for his loyalty to the traditions in the study of leaving nature OF SCIENCE ON XV BAIKAL INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF DOCUMENTARY AND POPULAR-SCIENCE FILMS “PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT” N.A. V. RASPUTIN IN 2016.
Siberia. In an old village on the Angara river there are only four last houses left. The big village was burned right in front of the villagers’ eyes. Siberian convicts clean up the area for the bed of the new reservoir of the fourth on this riverhydro power plant, Boguchany Dam. Tractors work threateningly around the survived houses. Villagers meet every day with the fear of being burned any minute. In spite of that, they do not leave their Homeland. Thisisthelastyearofthevillage.
Ekaterina Stytsenko graduatedfrom the faculty of journalism of Krasnoyarsk State University, Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (class of V.A. Mahn, M.M. Babak). Directorial debut in documentaries – film “The fourth circle” - became a winner of “Svyataya Anna” (Saint Anna) film festival in 2016.