Traveling in Russia with Rainer Maria Rilke Automatic translate
MOSCOW. Preparations have begun for filming a documentary about the stay of the outstanding modernist poet Rilke in Russia.
A joint project of the German company K 13 and the Passenger studio is dedicated to the poet Rainer Maria Rilke. The trajectory of his life was quite winding. After leaving his native Prague, he visited Italy, Germany, Russia, Paris, and Austria. His last refuge was Switzerland. At the age of 51, he died in the sanatorium of Valmont from leukemia.
Two trips to Russia, made in 1899 and 1900, determined his attitude to the world, helped to find a spiritual homeland. The companion of the poet on these trips was Lou Andreas-Salomé, a writer and psychotherapist who, at different times in her life, had romantic and friendships with three great men: the psychiatrist Sigmund Freud, the poet and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche ( Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche) and Rilke. Thanks to her, he began to study Russian, fell in love with Russian literature. For many years, his friendly correspondence with Marina Tsvetaeva continued. He met with Tolstoy, Gorky, Repin, Leonid Pasternak. During the second, longer trip, he was able to see Moscow, Yasnaya Polyana, Kazan, Yaroslavl, Kiev, Poltava, Kharkov and many other cities. The film will allow you to follow the Rilke route in Russia and Ukraine. A painstaking and promising set of interesting discoveries is coming up in the archives of several countries. The premiere of the film is scheduled for 2017 as part of the exhibition "Rilke in Russia", which will present the rarest documents preserved in the poet’s family.
“Passenger Studio” was created 10 years ago by director and screenwriter Alexander Mindadze and producer Lisa Antonova. One of the latest resonant works of the creative association was the joint Russian-German painting “Dear Hans, dear Peter”, which won several prizes at the Chicago Author’s Film Festival in December 2015. The international team includes: director Anastasia Alexandrova, director of the State Literary Museum Dmitry Bak as the artistic director of the project, cameraman Fred Kelemen.
Elena Tanakova © Gallerix.ru
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