The Russian photographer who went behind the scenes of the Japanese film industry

By Brennavan Sritharan

“My father is a Buddhist, my mom is Russian-Christian with Polish blood, my granddad from my father’s side is Muslim, there are gypsies in my relatives, there are Christian heroes who died during Stalin’s regime by preaching the word of Christian God. I was raised in a multi-cultural, multi-religion family, where pictures of Buddha and Christ were always close to each other. So I am not exactly a very ‘native’ Russian, though my passport says so.”

This is Tim Gallo – more at home in Japan, where he works as a photographer, than in his Russian homeland. “At 17,” he reveals, …read more

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