Valeria Gai Germanika, the director of Escuela and Todos Will Die But I Will Stay, filmed a 95-minute documentary in 2020. The film is being sold “to a private collector.”
There is a new documentary being sold on the Avito site by Director Valeria Gai Germanika. It’s a film about Russian mixed martial arts fighter Alexander Emelianenko.
Germanika was excited to share some news on the amazing content she has been working on. She has been selling her movie on Avito and is looking forward to uploading it to NFT soon. Any true Connoisseurs of Fine Art would be delighted to purchase this work, which is sure to be in high demand.
When Susanne Emelianenko first announced the reveal of her upcoming Germanika project, she said that “it will be just love, fire, and blood” in October 2020. In December 2019, Emelianenko also announced her role in another upcoming Germanika film called The Girl. The director herself said, “they definitely did not expect such meat from her.”
“Avito” is a unique banned film that is highly an intriguing yet authentic portrait of an athlete.
“Friend Ramzan Kadyrov” is a film about a watchful mother whose little girl was cheated on by a coach who won’t compromise and an alcoholic father. It stars Kadyrov as himself and is available on YouTube.
Alexander Emelianenko’s manager, Nikita Burkach, said he believes the heavyweight fighter should receive a percentage of the film’s sales. “As far as I know, there was no contract. What we will do is contact Germany and find out all the details about the nuances of their agreement,” said Burchak. “I believe that Alexander should receive a certain percentage of the sale of the film. However, it would be best to discuss all of this with them first.”
Emelianenko, 40, had 38 fights according to MMA rules, in which he won 28 and suffered nine losses. The last time Emelianenko fought under the mixed martial arts rules was in November last year against Brazilian Marcio Santos, whom he lost by chokehold in the first round. In September of this year, Emelianenko signed a contract with real estate developer Samsonov – who became his promoter and manager – to fight blogger Artem Tarasov under boxing rules, in which he won a 49-43 unanimous decision. In February of this year, Emelianenko participated in a bare-knuckle fight for the third time when defeating Jeff Monson again.
In February 2015, Emelianenko was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison and two more years by a parole board after pleading guilty to rape, passport theft, and inducing drug use. He left the colony in late 2016 on parole.