Russian filmmaker Konstantin Bronzit’s festival favorite We Can’t Live Without Cosmos was made available online for the first time today, via The New Yorker’s Screening Room series.
The 15-minute Oscar-nominated short, which also won the Annecy Cristal for short film last year, can be viewed below:
Bronzit told the New Yorker, “My film is not about the space program, and it is just partly about friendship. It’s about loneliness. About the very close links between people. About our inability to live in human society without exiting, sometimes, to a different area, an open space where we can really breathe deeply and freely.”