• Short
  • 2017
  • 15 Minutes
  • Russian Federation
  • Language: Russian

An old widower, a former radio operator, perceives the flashing bulb as his late wife’s messages. The love of his life will never die, even when the lights are gone.

Director: Tatiana Fedorovskaya

Screenwriter: Tatiana Fedorovskaya

Production Company: Andrey Konchalovsky Production Center



2017, Wildrose Festival, De Moines , Best Screenplay, Best Student Unproduced Screenplay, United States

2017, FLICKERS' Rhode Island IFF, Providence, Best Short , Best DOP work, United States

2017, Golden Eagle Cinema Award , Best Short, Nomination, Russia

Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Tatiana Fedorovskaya

DOP / Camera: Vladimir Egorov

Editor: Leonid Davydov

Music: Second Waltz by D.Shostakovich N.F.O.R. Conductor Vladimir Spivakov

Sound: Rustam Medov

Producer: Andrey Konchalovsky

Cast: Viktor Kruglyak


Tatiana Fedorovskaya

Director, Screenplay Writer, Actress, Artist
Born on 23-SEP-1979 in Magnitogorsk, USSR. After graduation from the local University in 2004, moved to Moscow, where she started her actress and artist’s career. She played lead characters in ten narrative films and TV series. Her paintings participated in several international exhibitions in Austria, Germany and Russia. Her “Jewish painting series” is permanently exhibited at Moscow Choral Synagogue.
In 2017, she graduated from Higher Courses for Screenplay Writers and Film Directors. Moscow, Russia (tutorship by Vladimir Menshov, Oscar Winner-1981).
Tatiana periodically publishes her short stories at – a popular Russian Internet platform.

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