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Mayskaya Street

DirectorGabriel Tejedor
ProducerXavier Derigo – IDIP Films
WriterGabriel Tejedor
EditorChristine Hoffet
CameraJoakim Chardonnens
SoundMartin Stricker
Screening28 October 2017 | 20:00 hours | Het Nutshuis
5 November 2017 | 17:30 hours | Filmhuis Den Haag
Original TitleRUE MAYSKAYA
Length70 min

A dreamlike documentary of a splendid and cruel Belarus, stuck between a place of fear and hope. Winner of a Special Mention at this year’s Visions du Reel in Nyon. Dutch Premiere


Belarus, Winter 2015. The omnipotent president Lukachenko is starting his campaign looking for a 5th mandate. Meanwhile Kostia celebrates his 18th birthday and gets ready to vote for the first time. He takes us around in his village and among his relatives as they all try to understand and conceive their country and their future. “Mayskaya Street” is the second documentary by Gabriel Tejedor, an independent print and radio journalist who works for Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS).