'A Flight to Undetected Tenderness' is a sequence of snapshots from the times lost, the carousel of memory celebrating hunger for love. The lyrical fragments chart the mind's daily negotiations between the inner and the outer world, seeking the peace offered by the memory of happiness. The filmpoems try to make sense of absence— the absence of the beloved one constantly propels the protagonists’s imagination, pushes him for a ‘flight’.
Marina Kazakova is a Belgium-based writer/filmmaker.
In 2010 she accomplished her postgraduate art-based research work "How to film poetry" at Sint Lukas University Brussels.
Her art works deal to a large degree with confrontation with the past and explore the challenges posed both by memory and grief.
The debute short film of Marina "Tishe…Piano…" is a participant of VAF Wildcard section of KortfilmfestivalLeuven 2013.
The second short film 'To My Two Fs: France and Francoise' won the ‘BEST NARRATIVE SHORT’ Award at the 'International Film Festival behalf Savva Morozov’ in Moscow in September 2015.
Filmpoem series “7 Sogni Banali” and “A Flight to Undetected Tenderness” – shortlisted entrants of the 4th Annual Brussels Poetry Fest, September 2017.