No.1: Ruslan Diegovich

| November 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

The year is 1962, and Ruslan is one of the filmographers for the Soviet propaganda machine. He changed his name to “Diegovich” because he wanted something “more Spanish-ish.” He’s young and full of promise, but considers himself an artiste and a bit of a maverick. His films are… interesting, to say the least. While his work has yet to really upset any members of the government, it’s mostly because no one seems to understand any of his pieces. Ruslan considers this a compliment, and forges ahead in search of new ways to really push the medium of film.

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