Sardana Savvina is a Producer, promoter of Sakha cinema and researcher. She is the founder and a leader of the Sakha Cinema Club – Yakutia’s Independent Filmmakers’ Community. Currently works as a producer at National Company Sakhafilm and has produced three films, all of which have been nominated for APSA’s Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO. In 2016 she produced The Bonfire, in 2018 produced The Lord Eagle, and in 2019 she produced The Sun Above Me Never Sets.

Accolades

Liubov Borisova and Dmitrii Shadrin and Sardana Savvina
Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2019

The Sun Above Me Never Sets (Min urduber kyun khahan da kiirbet)

Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2019

The Sun Above Me Never Sets (Min urduber kyun khahan da kiirbet)

Having quarrelled with his father, the young Altan goes to work in the remote North Arctic. He will have to spend a month alone on…

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Films

The Sun Above Me Never Sets
2019

The Sun Above Me Never Sets (Min urduber kyun khahan da kiirbet)

Russian Federation
2019

The Sun Above Me Never Sets (Min urduber kyun khahan da kiirbet)

Having quarrelled with his father, the young Altan goes to work in the remote North Arctic. He will have to spend a month alone on…

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The Bonfire
2016

The Bonfire (Kostior na vetru)

Russian Federation
2016

The Bonfire (Kostior na vetru)

When a young man kills his cousin in an accident he is overcome with guilt and, in his grief, commits suicide. His father Ignat, a…

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