Electro Moscow is an electronic fairytale co-directed by Elena Tikhonova and Dominik Spritzendorfer that explores the legacy left behind by the Soviet electronic age, and the idea of creativity under oppressive rule.

This unique film was one of our highlights of the Sheffield Doc/Fest programme this year, where we spoke to the directors about the film’s eight-year production process, Russian audio-visual archives, metaphors and subtext within the film, and the film-makers that have inspired Elena and Dominik.

For more information about the film visit www.elektromoskva.com

Reeling The Real is a website dedicated to the discussion of all kinds of moving image including documentary, film essays, archive re-use, artists' moving image and more.

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