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New Russian Cartoon Animated Film Goes on Release in Russia
2.01.2012 18:21
New Russian Cartoon Animated Film Goes on Release in Russia

New Russian animation Ivan Tsarevich and the Grey Wolf goes on release in Russia with 1.300 thousand copies.
      It is a fairy tale about a stubborn and bright tsars daughter Vasilisa, whom her father the Tsar wants to get married and marries her off to the first comer.
      The director of the next cartoon film about Russian heroes is Vladimir Toropchin, the creator of animation Ilya and the Robber (2007).
      The producers hope to return the projects budget of $7 million (1 million allotted from the state budget) - which is quite a lot by Russian standards - from gatherings in Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine, and selling copyrights abroad.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Animation Animation Fairy Tales Russian Cinema  

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