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New season of Russian film club started in Budapest

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New season of Russian film club started in Budapest



The new online series of the Russian Studies Cinema Club at the Budapest Russian Center focuses on the topic of value choices in the transitional age between childhood and adulthood.

The theme of the new season of the Cinema Club of Russian studies was chosen by the viewers themselves with the help of voting on Facebook. According to the results, in the next 10 months the participants will watch and discuss films about the choice of values ​​"between childhood and adulthood."

All members of the Cinema Club will watch the proposed films on their own at home, after which they will meet online for discussion.

This season, the organizers plan to publish the discussions in podcast format.

Zsuzhanna Dimeshi, Budapest

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