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US Premiere

Director: Ariel Kleiman

Australia, 2009, 19 min

Festival Year:2010

Category:Narrative Short

Cast:Albert Goikhman, Dmitiri Pronin, Nikolai Nikolaeff, Timur Safiullin

Crew:Producer: Anna Kojevnikov, Benjamin Gilovitz, Sarah Cyngler - Screenwriter: Ariel Kleiman - Cinematographer: Peter Eastgate - Costume & Production Designer: Sarah Cyngler - Editor: Ariel Kleiman - Original Score: Maxwell Riess - Sound: John Kassab

Sales:Ariel Kleiman, Director - PO BOX 160, Caulfield South, Victoria Australia 3162 - T: +61438316096


After three months submerged underwater, the men have become savages. Oleg fears that losing perspective may mean losing himself.


About the director

Ariel Kleiman was born accidentally in 1985 in Melbourne, Australia. While still just a student at the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts, Ariel's distinctive short films began to resonate with audiences throughout Europe, the USA and Australia. In early 2010, Ariel's 2nd year film, Young Love, screened at the Sundance Film Festival, where it went on to win an Honorable Mention in short film making. His graduating film, Deeper Than Yesterday, had its world premiere at Cannes Critics Week 2010. Ariel's talents were also on display in official competition at Cannes 2010 as a cinematographer on short film Muscles directed by Edward Housden.

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Ariel Kleiman will be available for Q&A after the screenings.

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