A very beautiful song from Yakutia, Russia’s Sibera. Let your day be sunny and happy! This is the sountrack to the new Yakutian (Sakha) movie «Nurgun Vs. Aliens.» Accoustic version. Performed in the Sakha language. Singer: Aina Efimova. Director, Editor: Evgeny Osipov. Photography Director: Semen Amanatov. Click the button «Read more» to watch the music video in high resolution and download tracks.

Leaving Hong Kong (Pokidaya Blagouhayushuyu Gavan, i.e. Leaving Fragrant Harbour in Russian) is the movie directed by Suzanna Oorzhak, Sakha Theater stage director, and based on Iren Engelis’s script. Shot on the EOS 5D Mark II camera. Released in 2011. Movie Synopsis: A young Siberian lady lives in Hong Kong. She wears a manga dress and feels herself as a part of the mordern civilization. One day she realizes she is loosing her roots and connections with her far-away people. She is a Yakut by nationality. Leaves behind…

Lyubov Borisova, founder of AL LOOK STUDIO production studio (company profile on MadeInYakutia.com), sent me a message saying they made a new short movie. It’s called «Mow, Scythe.» A story about two young Sakha boys, who mow grass in the countryside with their grandfather. Two boys go through a conflict and, thanks to god, there is a wise old man, who resolved the uneasy situation. The movie is set near Churapcha village in the central part of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Russia’s East-North Siberia. Short in the…

The movie is called The Road. Created by a young talanted Yakutian director Michael Lukachevsky in Yakutsk, Russia’s Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). Screened once in Paris at a film festival. Next week, June 5th, Yakutsk residents will have the first opportunity to watch it in the Muus Khaya complex. Always welcome! The Road movie trailer is also available on Facebook to be ready for sharing. Please, share!

Yes, just a few days left till Yakutian movies screening in Paris, France. The event will take place on December 15th, 2011. Location: Movie Theater, the Centre Wallonie Bruxelles, 46, Rue Quincampoix (level-2), 75004 Paris. Five short Yakutian movies to be screened: — Caprices of Rain. Director S. Potapov — Kündül. Director V. Semenov — Aantchyk N. Arzhakov. Featured Jury International Film Festival Polar, Paris 2011 — Bitten, The Prediction (The Premonition). Director Mr. Lukatchevski. Special Jury Award International Film Festival Arsen and Andrei Tarkovsky (Kiev 2011) -…

What a great news! Sardana Savvina let me know that two Yakutian films are going to participate at The Imagine Native Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto, Canada. They will be screened at Bell Light BOX Movie Theater on October 22nd and 23rd, 2011. If by any chance you appeared to be in Toronto on those days, don’t miss the chance to visit the film festival and watch Yakutian movies. You won’t regret ever! Check the screening schedule. Further, find films description and get energized by the…

This is the trailer of non-existing fantasy / horror / history / drama movie created and presented by Yakutsk-based film makers, E. Osipov (producer), Misha Vasiliev (director), Sema Amanatov (cameraman, director of arts). A short film trailer was done on the Canon 7D digital camera. This way E. Osipov (his blog) is trying to attract investors and sponsors to the production of the widescreen movie about love, shamans, a warrior and Sakha (Yakut) people’s ordinary, but brutal life of the past in the biggest Siberian region called Yakutia….

A cool Hollywood movie with Colin Farrell is coming on wide screens soon. Yakutia, actually, a bloody part of its history, is depicted. Here is what Richard Laweson wrote in Defamer: «Here’s a trailer for The Way Back, Peter Weir’s upcoming film about a ragtag band of men (and a girl) escaping the gulag in Siberia [read Yakutia's Kolyma]. It looks a fun, throwbacky adventure yarn, complete with soaring vistas and handsome, grizzled men.» «Specifically Colin Farrell, who’s having an interesting, quieter second leg of his career. Gone…

‘By the Will of Genghis Khan’ is the first epic movie made by the Yakut director, Andrey Borisov, with the financial support of the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). The official Russian theatrical premier took place on March 12, 2009. On this upcoming Friday, April 09, 2010, it will be shown on the National TV Channel «Russia.» Another big event for us, Yakutians. Who is Andrey Borisov? Well, Andrey Borisov is the person, whom I will not be ever tired of promoting. He is the famous…

Director: Nicolas Vanier Location: Topolinoe, the Verkhoyansk Range, Yakutia/Siberia.