Available May 28 at noon—June 10 at 11:59 pm only
When it comes to expressing their individualism, American men have their “man caves,” and the British their allotment sheds. But for certain rural Russians, it’s the garage that provides a window into their personal lives. Director Natalija Yefimkina spent four years earning the trust of her subjects in Russia’s far north. With a sociologist’s eye, she documents their special boltholes: one is used for breeding quails, another for the rehearsals of a punk band; there’s a metal workshop, and one for carving wooden icons. Perhaps most surprising is the enterprising man who spent a lifetime excavating his space, so that it now encompasses four underground levels. It’s a legacy that he will bequeath to his grandson.
Pricing and Film Availability Info:
- Admission to the series will be sold either as an all-access pass or à la carte, available only in the JBFC Virtual Marquee.
- Pricing is $70 (members), $85 (nonmembers) for the all-access pass, or $10 (members), $12 (nonmembers) per film.
- All films will be available for the entire length of the series—films will become available at noon on May 28 and will be available until 11:59pm on June 10. Once a film is started, passholders will have 48 hours to finish, regardless of when in the series they start the film.
- The films in this series can and may sell out, so we encourage ticket and pass purchasers to secure their access by unlocking their films ASAP.