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Two Decades Of Cinema At the Photo Exhibition By Juozas Budraitis
28.12.2012 12:47
Two Decades Of Cinema At the Photo Exhibition By Juozas Budraitis

Two decades of Lithuanian and Soviet cinema are presented by the screen portraits of stars and authors of the nationally acclaimed films at the photo exhibition of the renowned actor and former diplomat Juozas Budraitis that is called "My Cinema. 1970-1990".


The first photos of the set were made by him in 1968. When photographing he was not looking for any particular angle, even did not “target” through the "eye" of the camera and only asked the models to look into the lens. Happy, tired, in love and loved ones, focused before photograph, relaxed after many takes – such are the well-known actors of the Soviet cinema on the Budraitis photographs conveying the special spirit of the film set.


Alongside with Lithuanian stars the set will present portraits of Innokentiy Smoktunovsky, Yevgeniy Leonov, Rodion Nakhapetov, Alexei Petrenko, Irina Miroshnichenko, Marina Neyolova.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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