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22nd Russian Art Festival Held in France
March 17, 2017 15:54

The 22nd Russian Art Festival is taking place in Marseille, France.
It was opened with a new stage production of the Semyanuki Theater performed at the Turski Theatre of Marseilles. The St. Petersburg company of actors founded in 2003 plans to give the new performance twice there.
On March 17 and 18 the Moscow theater "On Pokrovka" will introduce French riviera to the famous Dragon authored by Yevgeny Schwartz.
The festival program includes a range of stage plays, as well as film screenings and a performance of Igor Moiseyev Folk Dance Ensemble.
Thus, March 21 will see the demonstration of the Soviet feature film Nine Days in One Year directed by Mikhail Romm and dedicated to work of two nuclear physicists and partly based on real events. One of the classics of the Russian cinema, it stars Nikolay Batalov and Innokentiy Smoktunovsky.
Afterwards the audience will be presented with one of Nikita Mikhalkov's recent works, The Sunstroke based on the same-name novel by Ivan Bunin.
That will be followed with The Crew (1979), the documentary fiction film Francophonie by Alexander Sokurov, The Vertical by Stanislav Govorukhin and The Sunstroke by Nikita Mikhalkov.
The Russian Art Festival will be crowned with the performance of Igor Moiseyev State Academic Folk Dance Ensemble on March 24 and 25.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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