Directors: Helga Landauer / Russia / USA 2008-2012
Category: Documentary / Arts & Culture
Production: Darya Zhuk: Turnstyle TV LLC; Das Films / USA / Russia 2008
Language:  Russian, English
Subtitles:  English / Spanish
Length: 1x58 / 2x52 minutes
Anna Akhmatova the most famous Russian poet of her time, a ''femme fatale''. For the Russians, Akhmatova was iconic not just for what she had done, but for the majesty of what she had not been allowed to do. By the time Anna Akhmatova was twenty-five, fate had granted her every conceivable gift: poetic talent, strength of character and beauty. With the commentary of the poet Anatoly Naiman, who knew Akhmatova in her last years. 
Web site: http://www.akhmatovafilm.com
Press Review: http://www.akhmatovafilm.com/press/
  • Epos International Art Film Festival, Tel Aviv - Israel 2014
  • Documenta Film Festival, Madrid - Spain 2009
  • Molodist Kiev International Film Festival - Ukraine 2009
  • Bogota International Documentary Encounters- Colombia 2009
  • Fipatel, FIPA International Film Festival, Biarritz - France 2009
  • International Cinematographers' Film Festival ''Manaki Brothers'' - Macedonia 2010


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