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31.10.2007 14:57

If Anatoli Papanov (1922-1987) were alive, he would be getting greetings from all over the country now, as the great actor beloved by millions of viewers would have turned 85 today.


31.10.2007 14:32

Five amusing metal sculptures of animals and fairy tales characters will be set up in the streets of Lipetsk in 2008.


30.10.2007 15:09

Three Russians have been enumerated on the list of the hundred living geniuses according to the ratio of the Synectics consulting company based on a multilevel research including a poll of four thousand British citizens.


30.10.2007 11:34

A sequel of the most popular Soviet comedy Ironiya sudby, ili S legkim parom! (The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath!) (1975) will go on general release in Russian cinema theatres on the eve of the New Year.


29.10.2007 16:12

A group of figures of Russian culture have clamoured against the open letter addressed by the film director Nikita Mikhalkov and the sculptor Zurab Tsereteli to President Vladimir Putin and expressing a request to remain on the presidential post for another term.


29.10.2007 13:52

The International Film Festival Russian Abroad to be held from 7 to 14 November in the eponymous Library Fund, will become the first parade of feature and documentary films about Russian emigration.


26.10.2007 22:54

To commemorate the famous animator Alexander Tatarsky who passed away this summer, a monument to Plasticine Crow, a character of one of his most outstanding animated cartoon films, has been set up in Saint Petersburg.


25.10.2007 22:37

Swedish Film Festival has started today with the Saint Petersburg premiere of the feature film To Love Someone directed by Ake Sandgren.


24.10.2007 18:00

The monument to Marina Tsvetayeva will be set up nearby her house-museum in Borisoglebsky Lane. The unveiling of the sculpture will be timed to mark the 115th anniversary since the birth of the great poetess.


24.10.2007 12:49

Masterpieces belonging to the biggest Russian museums are nevertheless going to be displayed in London.


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