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Аn essay documentary about the Soviet electronic age and its legacy. The story begins with the inventor of the world's first electronic instrument, Léon Theremin, unveiling the KGB's huge pile of fascinating devices, some of which were musical. They all came into existence as a by-product of a rampant defense industry. Nowadays, those aged and abandoned 'musical coffins', as solidly made as a Kalashnikov, are being recycled and reinterpreted by the post-Soviet generations of musicians, sound collectors and circuit benders. The story of the Soviet synthesizers is an allegory to the everyday life under the Soviet system: nothing works, but you have to make the best out of it. An electronic fairy tale about the inventive spirit of the free mind inside the iron curtain.
Elena Tikhonova works as a film director, screenwriter, editor and VJane. Born in the science town of Obninsk. Graduated from VGIK (Moscow's Film University) in Сinematography for Feature and Documentary Films. Since 2000 she has lived and worked in Vienna. Involved in documentary as well as short and experimental film projects.
Dobrijvecher, Konstructor (2002), Metropolis reloaded (2007), Electro Moskva(2013,) Kaviar (in development)
Dominik Spritzendorfer was born in 1974. Works as a cinematographer and filmmaker. Studied at VGIK (Moscow's Film University). Lives in Vienna. Elektro Moskva is his first feature documentary as a director.
Elektro Moskva (2013)