Russia, 2018, 14’17’’
OTHER PEOPLE’S TROUBLE
Most of us would walk away if they saw a trouble happening. Will you do it now? The film is comprised of the three novellas bounded by the current issues of the urban society: separation, lack of social unity, lack of communication and compassion. By immersing yourself into this VR film you are confronted with a question, Should I do something or should I stay in my comfort zone? You are the one to choose. The project is aimed at increasing social awareness and empathy.
Was born in 1984 in Khabarovsk city, Russia. His father Alexandr Kuzman is a psychiatrist, and his mother Galina Shelestova is a surgeon. His parents wanted him to become an economist, but his life proved otherwise. Having learnt motion design on his own in 2004 he started working as a director and motion designer for a local TV channel where he filmed his first TV commercials. Later he founded a small production studio where he took a position of a creative director. In 2008 he became a senior motion designer for the biggest TV channel in the Russian Far East. In 2010-2015 he was filming and doing motion design projects and web TV series in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. “Other People’s Trouble” (2018) has become his first virtual reality film which has already won a monthly winner prize at the Global Film Festival Awards (Los Angeles). Now Stanislav is working on a brand new short film with the estimated release date – November 2018.