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Shukshin Film Festival to Run in July
8.05.2012 11:28
Shukshin Film Festival to Run in July
Vasily Shukshin

Shukshin Film Festival traditionally held in the Altai Territory will take place in July this year.
      This year the forum will pass under the sign of Vasily Shukshins film Pechki-Lavochki, which the talented actor and director presented to the public 40 years back.
      The anniversary of the film, which was shot in the Altai Territory, will be the key subject for all events of the festival. The program of the film festival bringing together Russian films on morals and spirituality includes five feature films: Angel by Dmitry Fyodorov, Conductor by Pavel Lungin, Faust by Alexander Sokurov, White Tiger by Karen Shakhnazarov and Match by Andrei Malykov.
      The grand prize of the Shukshin Film Festival, which will be held for the 14th time this year, is a smaller replica of the well-known Queen of Vases, which is kept in the Hermitage. Last year it was awarded to the film Sukhodol by Alexandra Strelyanaya.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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