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Days of Russian Cinema start in Vienna

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Days of Russian Cinema start in Vienna


30.11.2017

Days of Russian cinema start in Vienna today, November 30, TASS reports. Matilda movie by Alexei Uchitel to be shown at the opening night. All tickets are sold out. Austrian and Russian culture figures, locals and city guests. The film is to be introduced by director in person.

Russian Federal government state-funded cultural institution-cinematic organization Gosfilmofond has organized the festival for the fifth year in the row. Gosfilmofond representatives have commented that not only contemporary but also old Soviet “golden fund” movies are enjoyed by Austrian viewers.

Russian Cinema Days includes recent features, such as Crimea by Aleksey Pimenov, The Spacewalker by Dmitry Kiselev, The Role by Konstantin Lopushansky, Bolshoi by Valery Todorovsky, Soviet movie Chapaev by Vasiliev brothers (1934), and others.

Several other directors and actors to participate in Q&As. All films to be screened in original language with German subtitles. Entrance to all the events is free.

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