PROGRAM OF THE RUSSIAN PAVILION # 140
03:00 PM – The Russian Pavilion Gala Opening. Cocktail.
04:00 PM – Opening of BIG CINEMA ABOUT THE GREAT WAR Photo Exhibition devoted to 65 Anniversary of the Victory in the WW2
02:00 – 04:00 PM - Presentation Focus on New Russian Cinema, in cooperation with The Hollywood Reporter magazine
Films – participants:
- PG 16, director Andrey Kavun, producer Vadim Goryainov
- The snow falling in Russia, director Natalia Naumova, producer Vladimir Naumov.
- Another sky, director Dmitry Mamulia, producer Arsen Gottlieb
- Who wasn't there, director Ramil Salakhutdinov, producer Arsen Gottlieb
- Eye for an eye, director Gennady Kayumov, producers Sergei Gribkov, Michael Churbanov, Pavel Babin.
- Passenger from San-Francisco, director Anatoly Balchev, producers Anatoly Balchev, Vadim Milshtein.
- Guys from Mars, director Sergei Osipyan, producer Yevgeny Gindilis
- Gromozeka, director Vladimir Kott, producer Yevgeny Gindilis.
- Death in pince-nez or our Chekhov, director Anna Tchernakova, producers Stanislav Nikolaev
- Reverse Motion, director Andrey Stempkovsky, producers Mikhail Kalatozishvili, Andrey Stempkovsky, Andrey Bondarenko, Vladislav Rozin
04:30 PM - Presentation of the project NEW RUSSIANS
Short-length films by students of VGIK (Russian State University of Cinematography) and of the High Courses for Directors and Script Writers.
Among the participants – young directors and Alexey Chupov, producer of the project.
02:00 PM - CINEFANTOM Club Round Table A quarter of century of “Parallel Cinema” in Russia
In 2011 the legendary magazine Cinefantom, which united directors of parallel cinema, will celebrate its 25th anniversary. Marking the importance and uniqueness of art-house experimental cinema on the whole, from the birth of the cinema till our days, the CINEFANTOM Club is elaborating the world program of celebrating its jubilee.
12:00 AM - Presentation of the 4th International Festival of Contemporary Cinema 2in1
02:00 PM - Presentation of the new project “Brest Fortress” (“Brestskaya Krepost’”) by Alexander Kott, produced by Igor Ugolnikov.
04:00 – 06:00 PM – Happy Hour
Filming in Russia. Presentation of the Russian National Film Commission.
Participants: Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, RFilms Company.
In 2010 Russian National Film Commission will start its work on the international market. The National Film Commission will pursue two principal objectives: to create a net of regional film commissions and to develop Russia as a competitive country for international film production. During the presentation, there will be presented the opportunities of film production in a number of Russian regions (participants: Sverdlovsk District, Tver district, St. Petersburg, Vologda District and others) as well as the opportunities for the leading Russian film studios to participate in international film projects (participants Russian World Studios, Solar Film Studio, Gorky Film Studio, Sverdlovsk Film Studio).
12:00 – 02:00 PM
Presentation What's new in Russia? Financing, co-production, distribution.
Participants: Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, RFilms Company, Sovexportfilm, Nevafilm, Russian International Film Market.
In the program:
Public Film Financing system in Russia 2010 (Russian Ministry of Culture).
MIFF Business Square 2010 (RFilms).
Moscow International Film Market 2010 (Sovexportfilm, Russian International Film Market).
CentEast Warsaw-Moscow 2010 (Tvindie).
Film industry in Russia. The results of 2009 (RFilms, Nevafilm).
04:00 PM - Presentation of VOICES Film Festival (Vologda Independent Cinema from European Screens Festival)
Promoting an independent, young and creative European cinema in a traditional Russian town - this is the challenge of the Vologda Independent Cinema from European Screens Festival's first edition.
The VOICES Festival, which will take place from July 4th to 9th 2010 in the city of Vologda, will present a selection of first and second full-length films in its competition, alongside with a wide-range of out-of-competition program.
Scriptwriter, director and producer Sergei Bodrov, highly recognized for his films ‘The Prisoner of Caucasus’ and ‘Mongol’ (both nominated for Oscars), will preside over the international jury.
The particularity of the VOICES Festival lies in its concept: it is a festival-discovery. Indeed, it will feature competition, out-of-competition (various European panoramas, retrospectives…) and interaction between participants through master classes, roundtables, professional meetings… in the unique atmosphere of the "real Russia", full of rich cultural discoveries.
The festival is organized by the French company ID-Réel, specialized in territorial marketing and event management at a national and international level. Its business activities branch out especially to Europe and Russia.
12:00 AM – Presentation of the new project We were three friends (working title) by Renata Litvinova
01:00 PM – Cocktail
02:00 – Presentation of the new project Suvorov by Boris Ayrapetyan and Ruben Grigoryan
ORGANIZERS OF THE RUSSIAN PAVILION
MINISTRY OF CULTURE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
RUSSIAN FILM NETWORK FOUNDATION
PARTNERS OF THE RUSSIAN PAVILION 2010
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