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All That Passes By Through a Window That Doesn’t Open

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Producers Martin DiCicco

Synopsis

Between Azerbaijan and Armenia, men young and old labor to build a new railroad promising to bring glory to a new generation.  Meanwhile, across closed borders, a lonely stationmaster sits idle in suspended time, waiting for twenty five years for the return of trains.  Across the closed borders of Eurasia, men reflect upon their desires and regrets, floating through the expanse striving to fill their days and dreams, as much as their pockets.

About The Team

Martin DiCicco (Director, Producer, DP) has shot commercial content for Google, Red Bull, Stella Artois, as well as installations and video work for artists exhibited internationally. He was a Director/DP for the episodic series, Undrafted, which was an Emmy Nominee in 2015 for Outstanding Documentary Series.

Iva Radivojevic (Editor) is a Brooklyn based filmmaker who spent her early years in Yugoslavia and Cyprus. Her films have screened at NYFF, SXSW, Rotterdam IFF, HotDocs, Museum of Modern Art (NYC), PBS, New York Times Op-Docs. She is the recipient of the 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship, 2011-12 Princess Grace Special Project Award & Film Fellowship and was named one of 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine. When not working on her own films, Iva edits both documentary and narrative films.  Her recently edited film MA premiered at the Venice Film Festival and Five Star, a film she co-edited won the Best Editing Award at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. She is currently cooking up her second feature film Aleph, inspired by Jorge Luis Borges.

Kakha Macharashvili (Co-Producer) An independent producer based in Tbilisi, Georgia, Macharashvili’s work includes Tinatin Gurchiani’s The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear, which was exhibited at IDFA, DokLeipzig, and Sundance, where it won a World Cinema Directing Award. His credits also include In Bloom (Nana & Simon), a winner at Berlinale, Sarajevo, and Georgia’s 2013 Foreign Language Academy Award entry.