• 9 10
  • 2019
  • 89min
  • Original Title: The Day After Tomorrow (2004)

This documentary follows the members of Voina (War) an art group that became known for its controversial and anarchic forms of expression in Russia.


OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Berlin International Film Festival/ BAFICI/ Filmkunstfest/ Kommunales Kino Freiburg/ UnderhillFest/ Moscow International Film Festival/ Golden Apricot Yerevan International Film Festival/ New Horizons/ Melbourne International Film Festival  Australia/ Pacific Meridian/ Message 2 man/ Textura/ Kaunas International Film Festival/ Vancouver IFF/ UNDERDOX/ Festival international Signes de Nuit/ Internazionale a Ferrara festival/ Antenna International Documentary Film Festival/ BFI London Film Festival/ IDFA/ La Roche sur Yon IFF/ Bergen International Film Festival/ Doclisboa 2012/ Document 10 International Human Rights in Film Festival/ Jihlava IDF/ Mostra Internacional de Cinema/ MiradasDoc/ Viennale/ "Cinema Verite" Iran International Documentary Film Festival/ CPH:DOX/ Verzio 9 International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival/ RIDM/ Stockholm International Film Festival/ Festival on Wheels/ Pau International Film Festival/ WATCH DOCS/ Seville IFF

Tomorrow. The thin line between art and anarchy

This film is about the most striking occurence in contemporary art in Russia, the art-group Voina (War).

Their founders — Vor (Thief) and Koza (Goat) live underground, raise their one-year old son Kasper and carry out art actions on the fine edge between art and criminal code.

Their cou-rageous political statements leave nobody indif-ferent (and disturb absolutely everybody). They live in the present, hoping that tomorrow they can change everything.

Andrey Gryazev
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