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Russian art and trends festival to be held in LA

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Russian art and trends festival to be held in LA


24.01.2018

pixabay.comActual Russian culture festival Far From Moscow to be held in Los Angeles 16-18 February. Contemporary Russian films, music and technologies and trends to be presented under the auspices of FFM, TASS reports .

UCLA University is a traditional platform for the festival. Award-winning films of Yegor Baranov, Alexander Khant, Boris Khlebnikov, Klim Shipenko to be screened in the frames of the event.

The first FFM held in LA in 2016 was established by famous Russian rock musician Ilya Lagutenko and organized by Pacific Sound & Vision. Pacific Sound & Vision Foundation. The second FFM was conducted in Tokyo, Japan. This year Ilya Lagutenko with his Mumiy Troll band will give a concert in El Rey Theatre, LA.

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