The birth of music

The film is an allegory in which the attempt is made to show the inner process of movement of the composer's soul at the time of the birth of music. Few managed to successfully pass such a shaky matter,  because it is incomprehensible. We can only touch the edge of the flow of thought or feeling a breath, so that later, dofantaziruya, to manifest it in the images and reflect on paper or screen.

In the central role, the role of the creator starred classical composer Sergey Oskolkov, who played like himself. Perhaps it is by going this way, that the film viewer will be able to lift the veil of secrecy Great Birthday Music.

Author: 

Year: 

2010

Country: 

Russia
Technical data

Original format: 

16mm

Speed: 

24FPS

Aspect ratio: 

1.37:1

Colour: 

Colour

Sound: 

Sound

Length: 

15 minutes

Distribution/sales: 

The premiere took place in Kiev, Ukraina, the Russian cultural center
April 21, 2010 

XIV International Art Festival "Sergey Oskolkov and his friends", St. Petersburg, Peterhof, Oranienbaum, June 2010

Image Gallery: 

The birth of music (Dmitri Frolov, 2010)
The birth of music (Dmitri Frolov, 2010)

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