Women and Roads. The Way to Yourself. Baikal
Directors Anna Kameneva, Kristina Kretova
Completion Date: May 10, 2022
4 friends from St. Petersburg, each successful in their field, go on a road trip along the beautiful Baikal, the deepest lake in the world, in search of inspiration. Along the way, they talk to local women of various professions and religions, from a shaman to the Minister of Culture, asking important life questions and receiving sincere answers.
Directors - Anna Kameneva, Kristina Kretova
Anna Kameneva was born in 1981 in Leningrad. In 2004 she graduated from the Faculty of Philology of SPbSU, after which she received a second higher education at the Faculty of Law of SPbSU. For 10 years she managed a magazine, while in parallel doing business, including PR and event. 2 years ago she returned to songwriting & directing videos for children. In 2021, together with Kristina, she filmed her first documentary “Women and Roads. Way to yourself. Baikal". Lives and works in St. Petersburg.
Kristina Kretova was born in 1981 in St. Petersburg. She writes books for children and teenagers who are included in the lists of libraries and become prize winners, conducts storytelling classes for children. In 2020, Kristina Kretova published the book "Antifragile: women in the history of Russia", the continuation of the idea of which was partly a film-rally, shot together with Anna Kameneva about the women of the Baikal region who overcome difficulties, but make the life of the people of this region better and more interesting. In 2022, the sequel of this film was shot already on Ladoga.