THE GREAT NORTH WAY
DOCUMENTARY FILM PROJECT
BY LEONID KRUGLOV
The great north way
Documentary Film Project
by Leonid Kruglov
about
The film covers a unique expedition itinerary in the Russian Arctic and Northern Siberia. It represents a daring exploration through more than 10,000 km of wilderness of Northern Eurasia, meeting its indigenous peoples, and a celebration of a noble adventurers' spirit that is bound to be appreciated by the viewers.

"The Great North Way" unites visual experiences from 7 Russian regions from Archangelsk oblast in the west to Chukotka in the east, including the most breathtaking views and extreme environments.
Uniqueness of the Project
To tell a story of discovery of the Russian Arctic – one of the most severe and beautiful regions on the planet – we focused on the journey of the famous Russian explorer of the 17th century Semen Dezhnev. One of his geographic discoveries of worldwide importance that can be compared with that of Ferdinand Magellan was proving the existence of the strait between Asia and America.

Reconstructing Semen Dezhnev's route, we were undertaking a series of expeditions using both modern and traditional transportation means.
The Great North Way. Trailer
Leonid Kruglov
Author
Traveler, photographer, a member of the Russian Geographic Society, ethnographer and documentary film director with over 20 years of exploration experience including 55 expeditions to the remotest and most inaccessible places of the world, Leonid is the author of dozens of documentaries and thematic photo exhibitions. He contributed to Geo, National Geographic, 1st Channel ("Pervyi Kanal"), Russia 1 and Russia 2. Leonid is the head of "Dialogue with the World" and "Brave Seven" projects. Selected projects:
- Following the Great Russian Travelers (1st Channel, TV series)
- Around the World in 3D (cinema project 2016)
Contacts
Author:
Leonid Kruglov
leokrug4@gmail.com

Distribution of the film:
Mary Yufit
+79091622520
yufit.mary@gmail.com

PR:
Victoria Likhtina
+79031307634
Likhtina.v@gmail.com
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