Director Nikita Lavretski
holds a special place in the Belarusian underground cinema. He creates films in the mumblecore genre—independent, low-budget films with amateur actors. At the same time, he is a regular at film festivals, which proves that cinema without a budget can also be appreciated by professionals.
Watch the new VODBLISK Talk in which we discuss Nikita's attitude to criticism, his movie shot on his parents' camera, and two big projects that will soon be released.