4th edition of Russian Film Days in India starts from October 12

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4th edition of Russian Film Days in India starts from October 12ANI | The fourth edition of Russian Film Days, an initiative to strengthen the Indo-Russian relationship, will be held in Delhi, Mumbai and Pune.

The film festival will open at Russian Center of Culture and Science in New Delhi on October 12, with a world premiere of ‘Last Trial’. The Alexey Petrukhin-directorial, which dwells on acute social issues, will be presented by actresses Ann? Churina and Alisa Grebenschikova.

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Cinema lovers in India will have a chance to watch some iconic Russian films which were released this year and have already gained wide popularity. Among them there is the leader of Russian box office – drama on sport ‘Ice’, cosmic drama ‘Spacewalkers’, the first part of a cinema series ‘Gogol. The beginning’, comedy ‘Well, hello there, Oksana Sokolova’, fairytale ‘The Last Warrior’ and animation ‘Sheep and Wolves.’

The films will be presented by guests from the Russian film fraternity including Anna Churina, Valentina Mazunina, Artem Tkachenko, Alisa Grebenschikova, Victor Khorinyak.

 

Source: ANI

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