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Matilda, Time of the First and Attraction to be shown at Russian Film Festival in London

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Matilda, Time of the First and Attraction to be shown at Russian Film Festival in London


pixabay.comWeek of Russian Cinema to be held at the end of next month, England website informs. Films are to be screened in London and other UK cities. According to organizers, compared to last year their number grew twice.

The festival bill has the most thrillinag novices of the Russian cinema world as well as British films about Russia, such as Matilda by Alexey Uchitel, Attraction by Fyodor Bondarchuk, Time of the First by Dmitry Kiselev, Dislike by Andrei Zvyagintsev, Arrhythmia by Boris Khlebnikov and others. Each film after screening can be discussed with its director.

The audience will be offered the programme of documentary film directing, retrospective of animated cartoon artist Harry Bardin and even projects of virtual reality and panoramic recording.

A full day will be dedicated to films acknowledged the best at the contest of students’ short –length films about ecology. Besides, master-classes of leading filmmakers of both countries, discussions and creative meetings are planned. An exhibition of costumes to Matilda movie will be held at the film forum. Paintings by a well-known musician Boris Grebenshikov will be displayed as well.

Leonardo DiCaprio, Helen Mirren, Keanu Reeves, John Malkovich, sponsor Leonard Blavatnik and member of British Royal Family Mickle Kentsky and other famous people will become honored guests of the cinema forum.

The central event of the forum is gala ceremony of the Golden Unicorn awarding ceremony for contribution into development of cinema production related to Russia. The award will find the author of the best scenario, the best actor and actress, the best movie and the best foreign film about Russia.

All revenue to be allocated to charity.

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