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Third Russian Film Days started in the capital of India, RIA Novosti informs. The gala ceremony of the cinema forum with participation of Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky, Russian Ambassador to India Nikolai Kudashev and filmmakers from India and Russia took place the day before at the closed discussion panel New Delhi Siri Fort. ...

13.11.2017 Subject: European Russian Forum

Netflix TV company management has shared plans on production of documentary mini-series about the last Russia’s Emperor Nicholas II, TASS reports. High-budget series titled The Last Czars will consist of six series about the monarch family, his relations with wife and children and fall of the Russian Imperial Romanov dynasty. ...

10.11.2017 Subject: European Russian Forum

The first monument to Alexander Pushkin appeared in Slovenia, the website of the Russian Embassy reports. The bust to Alexander Pushkin made of bronze by Moscow sculptor Alexey Leonov is a decoration of the Northern City Park in Ljubljana. According to the campaign organizers, it is another proof of huge contribution of Russian culture into the world cultural heritage. ...

09.11.2017 Subject: European Russian Forum

Matilda, the last film of Aleksey Uchitel that triggered a controversial reaction in Russia, caused an extraordinary hype in Paris. There were no available tickets few hourrs before the screening. Movie goers were asking for a spare ticket, creating even more chaos before the screening....

09.11.2017 Subject: European Russian Forum

Fifteenth week of Russian Film Russian Vision opens in Paris, reports official website of the event. Extensive screening will be held with the Russian Culture Ministry support. 16 Russian movies to be shown at L’Arlequin and Le Majestic Passy cinema theaters. ...

08.11.2017 Subject: European Russian Forum


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As the Russkiy Mir reported, residents of Papua New Guinea addressed the head of the Russian Orthodox Church with a collective petition to establish an Orthodox mission in their country. This proposal was put forward after Kirill Shrakbul, a priest and head of the ROC mission in Taiwan, had visited Papua New Guinea.
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