online 26 — 31 OCTOBER

The garages are an expression of a retreat into the private sphere, an escape from everyday life. Behind the Arctic Circle, in a rough area where a mining company is the only employer, the garage remains the last chance for self-realization – and comes across as diverse as the dreams of its owners.

Festivals and awards: 70th Berlinale Perspektive, IDFA 2020, Heiner Carow Prize 2020, Werner Herzog prize 2020, Audentia prize Eurimage 2020


Про режисера

Natalija Yefimkina
Natalija Yefimkina (*1983) was born in Kiev to Russian-Ukrainian parents and moved to Germany with her family in 1995. After studying history and literature in Berlin, she worked as an assistant director and production assistant for feature film productions. After several short documentary works GARAGE PEOPLE (GARAGENVOLK) is her first feature-length documentary and her debut as a director.
Heiner Carow Prize 2020, Werner Herzog prize 2020 и Audentia prize Eurimage 2020
2020 GARAGE PEOPLE, Documentary Feature, Debut, Writer and Director
2018 Erste Regieassistenz bei dem Kinospielfilm „Rivale“ Deutschland/Ukraine 2018 „24 Stunden Europa“ – Regie für den russischen Teil RBB/ARTE/ Russland