1000 Miles from Tashkent

It’s the story of a young couple. Nastja from Kiew and Dima from Tashkent. They have come to Berlin to start a new life together. Dima is a musician. Nastja is an actress. They live in a miserable apartment, that Dima refuses to leave, because he’s convinced the Turkish men in the court-yard will break in if he does so. Nastja thinks he’s completely paranoid. The only person Dima knows is his brother Boris, who runs a shady garage. He offers Dima a job, but Dima refuses to make money with anything else than his music. Nastjas big hope is the contact of a theatre director she got from a Russian friend. Dima gets more and more jealous when Nastjas meeting with the director takes longer than expected...
Janina Rudenska
Thomas Papst
Alexej Schipenko
Jan Braun
Buch: Katharina Wyss
Kamera: Cornelius Plache
Cutter: Wolfgang Gessat
Produzent: Katharina Wyss
Ton: Magnus Pflüger
Musik: Thomas Papst
DirectorRegisseur*in: Katharina Wyss
GenreGattung: Kurzfilm
Production CountryProduktionsland: Germany
Production CompanyProduktionsfirma: Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin
ProductionProduktion: 2009  – 2009
Recording FormatDrehformat: HDV
Screening FormatScreening Format: 1:1,78
Frame RateBildgeschwindigkeit : 25
Aspect RatioSeitenverhältnis : 1:1,78
Sound FormatTonformat : Stereo
LanguageSprache : German, Russian
Fassung?Fassung: OV
Running TimeLaufzeit : 50