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International Modern Film Festival 2morrow / Tomorrow in the Moscow Museum
January 14, 2016 20:24


The International Modern Film Festival 2morrow / Tomorrow is a starting project of the Moscow Museum in the framework of the Year of Cinema 2016 announced in Russia. The Moscow Museum being a modern venue that introduces public to important cultural and historical phenomena represents the future-aiming festival of innovative independent cinema.

The festival, as well as the museum itself, vividly and figuratively responds to the most actual interests of contemporaries by translating this conversation into art language. They reinterpret the past, argue about the present, reveal tendencies, and discover new names in the museum, festival venues and on screens. The projects created at the interface of various types of arts carry out a fascinating dialogue with visitors.

Responding to the agenda, the festival is now creating its concept on the theme of borders (those between territories, various arts, one’s own and strangers') and the Other (a representative of different national, social or existential identities). A permanent section of 2morrow will present films adjoining on painting, sculpture, literature, performance, interview, and video art on these themes. It will be accompanied with the program Je suis un autre (I am another one).

The festival competition will include 10 films, among them Those Who Fall Can Fly directed by Peter Brunner from Austria (a special jury prize at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival), Chevalier by the Greek director Athena Raquel Tsangari (the Best Film Prize at the London Film Festival), The Goat by the Slovak director Ivan Ostrokhovsky (the Best Direction Prize and the FIPRESSI Prize at the Wiesbaden Film Festival), The Evolution by the French director Lucille Hadzihalilovitch (Special Jury Prize of the San Sebastian Festival, the Camerawork Prize at the Stockholm Film Festival), The Birdie by the Russian film director Vladimir Beck, and others.

In the framework of the festival the 2morrow film school will hold several meetings with famous Russian and foreign figures of the film industry, who will share their professional knowledge.

The festival will take place with assistance of the Culture Department of the city of Moscow. The co-organizer of the festival is Ivan Dykhovichny Foundation. The festival curator is Olga Dykhovichnaya, the festival producer is Angelina Nikonova and the curator of the film program is Anna Melikova.

The festival shows will take place in the Red Hall, the Lecture Hall and the Documentary Film Center of the Moscow Museum.
The festival runs from January 26 to January 31, 2016.

See detailed information on the festival at 2morrowfest.ru and mosmuseum.ru.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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