Victor Kossakovsky

Victor Kossakovsky is an innovative documentary filmmaker whose films have been honored with more than 100 awards in national and international festivals. His distinctive filmography spans many different subjects but always explores the interplay of reality and poetic moments. Aquarela, is in select theaters through Sony Pictures Classics. In 1989 he directed his first feature Losev and then in 1992 his most famous documentary, The Belovs, which won both the VPRO Joris Ivens Award and the Audience Award at IDFA and dozens of other awards at international festivals around the world. In 2011, Kossakovsky’s ¡Vivan Las Antipodas! was selected as the opening film of the Venice Film Festival. In many of his films, Kossakovsky is the director, editor, cinematographer and writer. He continues to serve as a teacher and mentor to aspiring filmmakers and documentarians globally.


Four Stories About Alexander Sokurov

By Victor Kossakovsky | August 16, 2019

Four Stories About Alexander Sokurov

Documentarian Victor Kossakovsky dedicated his new film Aquarela to Russian cinematic great Sokurov. Here he explains why.