„The Land of Oblivion” in Venice

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„The Land of Oblivion” („La terre outragée”) directed by Michale Boganim will premiere at Venice Film Festival. Polish producer Dariusz Jabłoński & his Apple Film Production is coproducer of the film. The score by Leszek Mozdzer was recorded at Alvernia Studios.


French-German-Polish-Ukrainian coproduction takes part in the prestigious competition International Film Critic’s Week (Settimana Internazionale Della Critica). Seven titles (all world premieres) compete for Golden Lion of the Future. The Festival will be held between 31st August – 10th September.

“The Land of Oblivion”, the first feature from documentary filmmaker Michale Boganim (“Odessa… Odessa!”) tells a story about people, whose life was destroyed by nuclear disaster at Chernobyl. The film unveils the story in two scenes – on the day of the explosion and 10 years later. Cast includes Olga Kurylenko  („007 Quantum of Solace”) and Andrzej Chyra (“Katyn”, “All That I Love”).

The score was composed by exquisite musician and jazz pianist, Leszek Mozdzer. The recording took place at Alvernia, in the scoring studio easily accommodating 80-person-strong orchestra, yet flexible enough to provide an intimate recording environment for a solo performer. Leszek Mozdzer played the Steinway piano, which belongs to Studio. The pianist was accompanied by: Dawid Fortuna – drums, Sebastian Wypych – contrabass, Piotr Dziubek – accordion and Slawomir Werner – percussion.


The film was produced by Les Films du Poisson, international sales is handled by French company La Pacte.

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