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Greece. Sun. Love.

And mysterious headaches. A final summer they won’t forget.

Dion is a photographer from France. He is fleeing the system, the rules. Where is freedom?

Rose is settled in a long-term relationship, but has left her life behind in search of something more.

Milda, a beautiful Russian girl, arrives on the island, longing for adventure.

Drawn into a luminous dance and unexpected turmoil, they find themselves adrift and discover a new inner world.

Happiness. Tears. Laughter. Forbidden kisses.

But what about the headaches?

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LINE OF BEAUTY AND GRACE is a tale about photography and art, family and life, dealing with the history of man and woman, life and art. Many art historians consider Jock Sturges, born in 1947, to be one of the most important fine art photographers of our times.

As a catholic and graduated in psychology and photography, he survived the attacks of conservatives in the United States. Sturges has created a series of intensely powerful and moving photographs with an outstanding sensitivity for composition and light. Sturges's artistic work is an uncompromising search for truth and clarity. His private life is marked by his open nature and inspired by the love he shares with his wife Maia.

In LINE OF BEAUTY AND GRACE, the filmmaker and photographer Christian E. Klinger journeys into the life and work of this extraordinary man.


Jock Sturges was born in New York City, and worked in San Francisco for many years. He graduated with a BFA in Perceptual Psychology and photography from Marlboro College in 1974. Later, he received an MFA in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1985.

His published collections include: The Last Day of Summer (1991, Aperture), Radiant Identities (1994, Aperture), Jock Sturges (1996), Jock Sturges: New Work 1997-2000 (2000, Scalo) and Jock Sturges: Notes (2004, Aperture).

His photographs are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris and Museum für Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt.

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FRAGILE is a film about photography in the Post Soviet Era in St. Petersburg. It looks at the bitter elegancy of this town, it’s citizen and the tender and graceful models of Evgeny Mokhorev.

The film accompanies Evgeny Mokhorev as he photographs people on the street in St. Petersburg in the tradition of Brassaï. In the next part he shares a deep insight in his way of working with nude models. The film features several series of outstanding and moving photographs by Evgeny Mokhorev about children and teens in St. Petersburg.

In between the movie shows further interviews with honoured Art Collector Joseph Baio (Aperture Foundation), Nailya Alexander (Gallerist of Evgeny Mokhorev, New York), Ekaterina Kondranina (Curator, House of Photography, Moscow) and Dr. Irina Tchmyreva (Art Historian, Curator, Moscow).


Evgeny Mokhorev was born in St. Petersburg (USSR) in 1967 and he made his first photographs at the age of eight. He has worked as a professional photographer since 1986 and in 1987 Evgeny joined the famous photo club “Mirror”. Evgeny Mokhorev is a member of the Union of Photographers of Russia since 1992. In 1993 he won a prize named “Discovery of the Year” at the First Russian Photo Festival. In 1994 and 1998 he received a State Stipend for young artists. In 1995 he organized the photo studio “Taburet” in collaboration with Alexander Kitaev. Evgeny Mokhorev was nominated as Laureate for “Photoartist of the Year” in 1996 and is a member of the Union of Russian Artists since 1997. He lives and works in St. Petersburg.

Evgeny Mokhorev’s photographs are in the collections of:

Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH, USA

The Russian State Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

The House of Photography Collection, Moscow, Russia

Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA

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Oleg Videnin




THE RUSSIANS is a film about the photography of Oleg Videnin. It looks at the unknown world of so-called normal Russian life and the real people Oleg Videnin uses in his work.

The film accompanies Oleg Videnin as he photographs people on the streets of Bryansk, as well as in Russia’s empty villages and along Russia’s roads. He also provides a deep insight into his working methods in the darkroom and the methods he uses when photographing people. The film includes several sequences of Oleg Videnin’s outstanding and moving photography.

The documentary also includes interviews with Russian curators Evgeny Berezner (Head of the Department for Photography and Multimedia at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art), and Irina Tchmyreva (Art Historian
and Curator, Moscow).


Oleg Videnin was born in Bryansk (Russia) in 1963 and graduated from the Bryansk Technological Institute in 1985 as a "forestry engineer". He began work first as a forester then as an actor, before turning his hand to journalism. He worked for several newspapers, radio and TV channels and was a member of the USSR Union of Journalists.

Passionate since childhood, he used to take photographs of his world in Bryansk and since the late 1990s has been working on a body of photography showing the normal Russian people of Bryansk and
surrounding areas. His work became popular on the Internet and has received a considerable amount of attention from the photographic community. His photography can be seen at the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art and the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts (Russia). He has won several prizes and has been a member of the agency PHOTOGRAPHER.RU since 2005.

He lives with his family in Bryansk.






PEOPLE * LOVE * PHOTOS is a film about photography and family life, sexuality and love. It looks at different human role models, whether in sexual releationships or in family life.

The film accompanies Tanyth Berkeley as she photographs people on the street, the so-called "forgotten ones", in the tradition of Diane Arbus.

Ashley MacLean and Traci Matlock, the superstars of, draw us into a new visionary relm of sexuality with its various facets ranging from vulnerability and longing to pain and shamelessnes.

In the last part of the film Elinor Carucci shares her thoughts on family life, love and motherhood.


Tanyth Berkeley was born in Hollywood, California, and currently lives and works in New York, NY. She received her MFA in photography from Columbia University in 2004 and holds a BA from CCNY in photography and creative writing. Recent exhibitions include "New Photography", The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 2007/2008.


Traci Matlock was born and raised in East Texas. Ashley MacLean was born and raised in Houston, Texas. Both now live and work in Houston.

Their work is a collaborative documentation of their separate and shared desires. The photographs focus intensely on the physical self and the pageantry of the body, situations of control & surrender and the sublime. They independently produce work in the fields of painting and literature as well.

For four years they published daily work at, which was their first major combined project and a frank and visual discussion of sexuality. They continue to publish and collect daily at They have exhibited most recently at the DeSantos Galllery.


Elinor Carucci was born in Israel and lives and works in New York.
Carucci's work is an intimate glimpse into her life and that of her parents, husband and children.

As Carucci explains:
'The camera is, in a sense, both a way to get close, and to break free. It is a testimony to independence as well as a new way to relate to the world.'

Her initial photographs often depicted her mother and now as a mother herself she frequently depicts her own children.
Solo exhibitions in London include The Photographers Gallery in 1998 and Gagosian Gallery in 2003.

Her personal website:


I am you




I am YOU is a film about the essence of life. It looks at the undiscovered world of human feelings and shows different opinions about the female and male nature.
The film accompanies young people at the beach of a greek island, as well as focuses the conversations of old grandmothers about their love and life experiences. It also provides a deep insight into the spirit, the fears and the different responsibilities of each gender.
The film includes diverse sequences of the outstanding greek landscapes and nature.

It is not a classical documentary, rather a contemplation about the topic. It also includes several touching sequences with young muscians at the mountain and at the beach.

„There's something in a woman beyond all human delight; a magnetic virtue, a charming quality, an occult and powerful motive. The husband rules her as head, but she again commands his heart, he is her servant, she his only joy and content : no happiness is like unto it, no love so great as this of man and wife, no such comfort, as a sweet wife.“
Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, published 1621