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unification.com.au Dozens of Russian Harmony school  graduates and students participated in celebration of the school's 25th anniversary in  Sydney, Australia, reports the local Edinenie Newspaper.  Russian compatriots' kids mostly go to the school on Saturdays. Meanwhile Australian school...

21.09.2018 Subject: Diaspora

pravoslavie.ru Russian compatriots living in the northern region of Italy gathered for a Memory Watch. There were students of Russian schools, including the Harmony Milan school, the Azbuka Turin school and the Unita Udine school, as well as their teachers, parents and participants of compatriot organizations from Milan,...

10.09.2018 Subject: Diaspora

pixabay.com Russian compatriots living in Cyprus have registered their own party called I am a Citizen, the World Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots website reports. According to the initiator and leader of the party Alexei Vorobyov this idea first appeared a year...

10.08.2018 Subject: Array

baltartek.ru Young Russians came to participate in BaltArtek camp in Kaliningrad, IA Message.ru reports. Participants from 70 countries have gathered on the shores of Baltic sea. Among the guests are nationals from the U.S., Austria, Ukraine, Mexico, Israel, Belgium et...

09.08.2018 Subject: Diaspora


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International Puppet Theatre Festival “Ryazanskie Smotriny” (Showing-off in Ryazan), one of the largest and the most reputable festivals in Russia and whole Eastern Europe, will open in Sergei Yesenin’s home land on September 14th. Current “show” marks a milestone, not by its number, but by years: the Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary, and Petrushka, its symbol, shines out of posters like never before. According to the puppet masters, during years of the festival’s existence the genre of puppet show has experienced absolute slump and unbelievable upswing. And it is still on the rise.
The Shtandart, a historical frigate built based on drawings designed 300 years ago, celebrated its 20th anniversary. It is the replica of the first naval frigate built by Peter the Great in Baltics in 1703. The replica frigate was put afloat with all the honors and celebrations in September 1999. The ceremony was held on Orlovskaya embankment, St. Petersburg, in presence of more than 40 thousand people. Over the 20-year period the Shtandart has traveled 167 thousand nautical miles, visited 127 ports in 17 countries; it has been featured in a dozen films and dressed up in scarlet sails for the famous Alumni Festival held in St. Petersburg.
Vladimir Menshov, the maker of such iconic movies as Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears and Love and Dove, turns 80 on September 17. His life is an example of a remarkably successful creative and personal destiny. It's no coincidence that this year 900 people attempted to win admission to his workshop at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (aka VGIK), while enrolment is set to 30. Menshov is known as a very principled person; and he teaches his students the same thing - only a powerful person can create a truly serious film.
More than 190 nations live in Russia. They write and read in 60 literary languages. But what do we know about such literatures besides the Russian one? Meanwhile, work of modern authors representing various nations of Russia embraces a wide range of styles and genres, such as poetry, prose, folklore, and children's literature, realism, postmodernism and even rap poetry.
A son of a Russian emigrant and a Frenchwoman was born in Lyon and lived his whole life away from Russia. At the same time, Alexandre Zelkine sings in perfect Russian, and his singing is absolutely charming. Today, Alexander Vladimirovich lives with his wife in the French city of Le Mans. He agreed to talk about his life, and such the cultural phenomenon as Russian soul.