The Bricks


  • Director:Yekaterina Kireeva
  • Country:Russia
  • CategoryAnimation
  • Runtime:2 mins 47 secs
  • Date:March 1, 2017
  • Selection:Opening Night
  • Screening Time:

    • Aug 16 Bog Lane Theatre - 3-7pm

The Bricks

How to become a person? How to save yourself, when the whole world around us is trying to dehumanize, to turn into the same bricks? And only a very few of us manage to avoid it. But they also become the building materials for the tower of Babel, elevating by human civilization.

Director Bio

Yekaterina Kireeva was born in Moscow in 3.12.1973. After high school she enrolled in the Moscow school of arts and crafts, where she studied painting on fabric. Took drawing lessons from the famous Russian artist and sculptor L. E. Rabins. Wrote, illustrated and published in 2011 a book of stories and poems for kids "This never happens". In 2013 Ekaterina entered the studio-school "SHAR" under the leadership of A. Y. Khrzhanovsky, where she passed a course as an animator and now continues to learn, becoming a director of animated films. The film-parable "Bricks", made in the technique of plasticine animation and presented at the festival – the directorial debut of Ekaterina. In parallel E. Kireeva teaches at the Moscow state theater College named after L. A. Filatov. Has two daughters, Alexandra and Xenia, both are passionate about art.


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