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Russian Film Gala in Maramures

The Bastion of Butchers, the former meeting place of artisans in Baia Mare (northern Romania) is set to host the Russian Film Gala over July 10-17. The event is organized in collaboration with the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Bucharest and the Bucharest School of Economics (ASE). ‘For a week, movie buffs in Maramures can savour new films, but also well known older films that have brought fame to Russian cinematography. All the movies are subtitled in Romanian. (…) The screenings are to start at 7 p.m., access being free of charge, limited only by available seats’, said on Tuesday the spokesperson of the Maramures County Council, Dana Buzura Gagniuc.
The program of the screenings is the following: Thursday, July 10 – Poprygunya (The Grasshopper), 1955, directed by Samson Samsonov; Friday, July 11 – Letyat zhuravli (The Cranes are Flying), 1957, directed by Mikhail Kalatozov; Saturday, July 12 – Admiral, 2008, directed by Andrey Kravchuk; Sunday, July 13 – Vokzal dlya dvoikh (Station for Two), 1982, directed by Eldar Ryazanov; Monday, July 14 – Sibirskiy tsiryulnik (The Barber of Siberia), 1998, directed by Nikita Mikhalkov, part one; Tuesday, July 15 – Sibirskiy tsiryulnik (The Barber of Siberia), 1998, directed by Nikita Mikhalkov, part two; Wednesday, July 16 – Osenniy marafon (Autumn Marathon), 1979, directed by Georgiy Daneliya; and Thursday, July 17 – Moy laskovyy i nezhnyy zver (A Hunting Accident), 1978, directed by Emil Loteanu.

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