Marina Karpova

Russia, 2018 / 13 min / French Version / Animation

Part of the short film collection Un petit air de famille

A little girl finds inventive ways to avoid having to walk all the way home.

Vasilisa and her grandmother are taking a walk in the forest. However, when the time comes to head back home, Vasilisa throws a tantrum and refuses to walk even one step further. Hiding behind a tree, the grandmother watches as her granddaughter looks for another way to get back home.


Sun 08/03 11:00 Cinémathèque FR Public
Mon 09/03 09:00 CNA Dudelange FR Scolaire
Wed 11/03 08:45 Cinémathèque FR Scolaire
Fri 13/03 08:45 Ciné Utopia FR Scolaire
Sun 15/03 16:30 Ciné Utopia FR Public
Cast & Credits
Mikhail Aldashin
Dmitry Bryuganovsky
Little KMBO

Born in 1972 in Minsk, Belorussia, Marina Karpova studied animation at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts (BSAA). She worked as a production designer at the BelarusFilm studio as well as a TV programme director and cartoon animator for several studios in Poland, the Czech Republic and Russia. In 2006, she made her directorial debut with three episodes of the TV series Gora Samotsvetov about fairy tales from countries of the former Soviet Union, which received the National Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences of Russia’s Golden Eagle Award for Best Animation in 2008.

  • 2018 – Lentyayka vasilisa (court-métrage / short / Kurzfilm)
  • 2015 – Korovka (court-métrage / short / Kurzfilm)
  • 2006-2012 – Gora Samotsvetov (3 épisodes de la série TV / 3 episodes of the TV series / 3 Folgen der Fernsehserie)