The coronavirus is having a devastating impact on film festivals. San Francisco and RiverRun International Film Festivals have canceled.
Moscow International Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Moscow International Film Festival
WHERE: Moscow, Russia
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: The Moscow International Film Festival is among the oldest in the world. For the first time it was held in 1935 and the Jury was headed by great Sergei Eisenshtein himself, but the chronology of the festival begins in 1959, when it became a regular event. It is significant that the rebirth of the Moscow International Film Festival occurred in the 60s of the past century, at the time of the Thaw, when cinema experienced the influx of a new generation of directors, whose spiritual experience was shaped under the influence of the great victory over fascism.
Russian Film SNEAKERS (Ke-dy) to Open; Woody Allen’s CAFÉ SOCIETY to Close Moscow International Film Festival
The 38th Moscow International Film Festival scheduled to run June 24 to 29, 2016 will open with the Russian film Sneakers (Ke-dy) directed by Sergey Solovyov and close with CAFÉ SOCIETY directed by Woody Allen.
The 35th Moscow International Film Festival kicked off on Thursday, June 20, 2013 with the opening gala premiere of Marc Forster’s WORLD WAR Z starring Brad Pitt. The film revolves around United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Pitt), who traverses the world in a race against time to stop a pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself.
The winners of the 33rd Moscow International Film Festival were announced earlier this month after the festival wrapped its June 23rd to July 7th, 2011 run. ”Viewers’ sympathy” award was given to “MONTEVIDEO, TASTE OF A DREAM” (MONTEVIDEO, BOG TE VIDEO) by a Serbian director Dragan Bjelogrlic. FIPRESCI jury awarded a film by Alberto Morais “THE WAVES” (LAS OLAS). “Kommersant” magazine gave its prize to “HEART’S BOOMERANG” (SERDTSA BUMERANG) by Nikolay Khomeriki. For the second […]