DodoFilm Productions is an artist-run, independent film company based in the city of Oslo, Norway. The company's profile includes production of artistic documentaries, short and experimental films, video art; photography, promo videos, documentation of various cultural events ( Dimitri Lurie ); design and making of theatre and cinema costumes ( Vera Mokhova )
We also produce and curate various cultural events with an international dimension such as concerts, art exhibitions and film screenings.
A creative documentary "Hermit" by Dimitri Lurie is among the new titles purchased by the Norwegian Film Institute for the public distribution via V.O.D. service Filmbib.no. The film will be available for free streaming to all users of Deichman library in Norway by the spring` 2021.
When Lurie`s experimantal short film "Between C & D" is available on Filmbib from November' 2020.
Dimitri Lurie work on display at the Komi National Gallery as part of a retrospective exhibition
"Between C & D" by Dimitri Lurie is selected for a competition of the Kinoskop' 2020 - an indie niche festival dedicated to the exploratory tendencies and experimental ways of working with celluloid in the digital era, and a showcase of imaginative works of cinema.
22 October - 22 November, Sergey Kuryokhin Center for Modern Art, Russia
Taking part with three filmwork in the exhibition “History of the development of multimedia art in Leningrad – St. Petersburg. 1985-2000".
Our film Refraction is on display at the Ground Solyanka gallery as a part of a retrospective program Variable Landscapes compiled from the 12 works found at the CYLAND video archive, The program' curators intention was to present a genuine, introspective look at contemporary new media.
13-18 May, Kurzfilmtage, Oberhausen, Germany.
Dimitri Lurie´s experimental film "The Sun Monopoly" / "Solmonopolet" to be screened under the 66th Kurzfilmtage - International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen, Germany.
Our creative documentary "Theatre of Tears" takes part in a group exhibition "Inquiries of the social commons".
18-19 April, Oslo Open, an artist-run festival.
Oslo Open provides the public with a glimpse “behind the scenes” into the processes that lead to a finished work of art. Oslo Open is thus a non-curated event that offers a unique and informal meeting between artists and the public in artists’ studios.We welcome publicum to our space at Urtegate 32C.
Dimitri Lurie's experimental film work "Flashes of Persia” to be screened within the program
St-Peterburg underground culture and digital video art, 1990-2020 curated by Cyland MediaArtLab.