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Frame work, a six-part screening series

Monday, April 5, 2021

Time: 6 pm -7:30 pm Moscow Time (Russia) / 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Eastern Time (USA)

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Yana Sariadi

2014, 21 min.


Vera, 17-year-old, is left in the hospital to look after her sick grandmother. Facing such respon-sibility Vera seeks support from her new acquaintance.

Yá’át’ééh Abiní

Morningstar Angeline

2019, 13 min.

Yá’át’ééh Abiní (Navajo)

Good Morning (English)


Haunted by her father’s death from a global virus that has ravaged her native Navajo Nation, and now under constant surveillance from an unknown military, Crystal must learn to embrace her visions, memories, and dreams in order to both survive and rediscover what may be left of the world.*This film was filmed pre-COVID19.

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The fifth part of the Framework, a six-part screening series featuring short films by Russian and American women filmmakers with a post-screening discussion facilitated by a moderator with the two filmmakers – April 5 6pm Livestream to AMC Facebook/YouTube. Translation will be provided. 

About Filmmakers & Moderator:

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Yana Sariadi

Yana Sariadi was born in the Ulyanovsk region in 1991. In 2016, Yana graduated from VGIK (workshop by Alexey Uchitel).

MorningStar Angeline

MorningStar Angeline is a queer Navajo, Chippewa Cree, Blackfoot, and Latinx New Mexico-based actress, director, producer, writer, and performer. In 2020, she was selected as a Vision Maker Media Short Film Fellow for her co-written and co-directed short Seeds and a Native American Feature Film Fellow for her script Rowdy by Nature. Morningstar is a 2018 Sundance Indigenous Lab Fellow for her short Yá’át’ééh Abiní and was honored by the New Mexico Film, and TV Hall of Fame the same year. Most recently, she was cast as Martha Hawk in Amazon’s series Outer Range, assisted director Zack Snyder on his 2021 film Army of the Dead, and is cur-rently in pre-production for Seeds.

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Maria Kuvshinova


Maria Kuvshinova is a Russian journalist and film critic. Graduated from Moscow State Uni-versity in 2000. Wrote for numerous publications including Seance Magazine, Afisha, GQ, Openspace, Colta. Curated a program at 2morrow Film Festival. Books: Balabanov (2013, 2014), Cinema as Visual Code (2014), Alexander Mindadze: from Soviet to Post-Post-Soviet (2017). Co-founder of feminist cinema web site KKBBD.com. She lives in Saint Petersburg.

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