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First edition of Russian Film Festival

Between October 22 and 28, 2010, the Romanian Cultural Institute organizes, in partnership with the National Firm Archive, the Filmmaker’s Guild and MOSFILM Studios, the first edition of the Russian Film Festival, which will be hosted by the Studio Cinema and the Eforie Cine­matheque. The Studio Cinema will host, on the festival’s opening night, in October 22, starting 7 pm, a screening of “Angel’s Aisle”, directed by Nikolay Dreyden, in the director’s presence. The festival’s programme will feature over 20 films, with Romanian subtitles. An exhibition of drawings signed by Sergei Eisenstein will be running at the Union Cinema­theque. The drawings come from the collection of the Russian Film Museum in Moscow.


FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

Studio Cinema

29 Gheorghe Magheru Blvd

Friday, October 22

11.00 A Nest of Gentry, 1969, by Andrey Konchalovskiy

14.00 The Red Snowball Tree, 1974, by Vasili Shukshin

19.00 Angel’s Aisle, 2008,

by Nikolay Dreyden

Saturday, October 23

11.00 Taurus, 2001, by Aleksandr Sokurov

14.00 Antonina obernulas, 2008, by Grigori G. Nikulin

17.30 My Name Is Ivan, 1962, by Andrei Tarkovsky

20.00 How I Ended This Summer, 2009, by Aleksei Popogrebsky

Sunday, October 24

11.00 Days of the Eclipse, 1988, by Aleksandr Sokurov

14.00 A Nest of Gentry, 1969, by Andrey Konchalovskiy

17.30 Everybody Dies But Me, 2008, by Valeriya Gay Germa­nika

20.00 Tsar, 2009, by Pavel Lungin

Monday, October 25

11.00 White Sun of the Desert, 1970, by Vladimir Motyl

14.00 My Name Is Ivan, 1962, by Andrei Tarkovsky

17.30 The Steppe, 1978, by Sergei Bondarchuk

20.00 The Return, 2003, by Andrei Zvyagintsev

Tuesday, October 26

11.00 Peremirie, 2010, by Svetlana Proskurina

14.00 The Diamond Arm, 1968, by Leonid Gaidai

17.30 Days of the Eclipse, 1988, by Aleksandr Sokurov

20.00 Euphoria, 2006, by Ivan Vyrypayev

Wednesday, October 27

11.00 Operation Y, 1965, by Leonid Gaidai

14.00 Taurus, 2001, by Aleksandr Sokurov

17.30 White Sun of the Desert, 1970, by Vladimir Motyl

20.00 Peremirie, 2010, by Svetlana Proskurina

Thursday, October 28

11.00 The Red Snowball Tree, 1974, by Vasili Shukshin

14.00 The Steppe, 1978, by Sergei Bondarchuk

17.30 Antonina obernulas, 2008, by Grigori G. Nikulin

20.00 Khrustalyov, My Car!, 2006, by Aleksei German


Eforie Cinematheque

2 Eforie Street

Saturday, October 23

17.30 Stalker, 1979, by Andrei Tarkovsky

20.30 Angel’s Aisle, 2008, by Nikolay Dreyden

Sunday, October 24

18.00 Russian cartoons from the 1930s-1970s

20.30 Euphoria, 2006, by Ivan Vyrypayev

Monday, October 25

18.00 Operation Y, 1965, by Leonid Gaidai

20.30 Tsar, 2009, by Pavel Lungin

Tuesday, October 26

18.00 At Home Among Strangers, Stranger at Home, 1974, by Nikita Mikhalkov

20.30 The Return, 2003, by Andrei Zvyagintsev

Wednesday, October 27

18.00 The Diamond Arm, 1968, by Leonid Gaidai

20.30 Khrustalyov, My Car!, 2006, by Aleksei German

Thursday, October 28

18.00 The Cranes Are Flying, 1957, by Mikhail Kalatozov

20.30 How I Ended This Summer, 2009, by Aleksei Popogrebsky

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