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Cinema October film festival starts in Helsinki

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Cinema October film festival starts in Helsinki


14.02.2017

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10th Annual Russian film festival Cinema October opens today in Helsinki.

The main agenda this time is Russia through the eyes of female directors. The program includes, accordingly, works of some of the best women in film, such as Vera Storozjeva, Natalia Kudriashove, Elena Demidova and Oksana Buchkova.

The event takes place in popular Finnish club Dubrovnik and cinema theater Andorra. During the festival, features and documentaries about Russian lifestyle will be shown, including Uncomfortable House for Rent, Petersburg. Only With Love, and others.

During the opening, The Cold Summer of 1953 by Alexander Proshkin will be shown. Well-established director as a guest on this pretty feminist event will take part in discussions around film making Russian cinematography. Famous film director Marina Razbezjkina, producers Liza Antonova and Natalia Ivanova are also among guests

The festival will run 5 days, and will conclude on February, 19. 

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