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Screen Version of Oleg Kuvayev's Novel to be Shot in Chukotka
5.11.2012 17:48
Screen Version of Oleg Kuvayev's Novel to be Shot in Chukotka

The final shootings of the full-length feature film Territory based on Oleg Kuvayev's same-name novel will be held in Chukotka at the end of November. 

      The shootings will be carried out by the Andreevsky Flag film company.

      The film will be shot in the Providenie settlement, where a street of geologists has been constructed for this purpose on the bank of the Bering Sea.

      The film cast presents famous actors, among them the Cannes Film Festival winner Konstantin Lavronenko, the Honoured Artist of Russia Ksenia Kutepova, as well as Yegor Beroyev, Pyotr Fedorov, Evgeny Tsyganov and Grigory Dobrygin. The latter is known for the star role in the film How I Spent this Summer also shot in Chukotka. Grigory Dobrygin took the Silver Bear Prize as the Best Actor at the Berlin Film Festival in 2010.

      Oleg Kuvayev’s novel Territory is considered the highest peak of his creativity. The book narrates about successful discovery of gold in Chukotka in the late 1940s - early 1950s. Since 1975 the novel has sustained more than 30 editions. It was published abroad as well: in the French, German, Spanish, Arab, English, Japanese and Polish languages. The book was translated in the republics of the USSR. In Europe the novel was published in 17 publishing houses.


Sources: http://www.nr2.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cinema Chukotka Russian Literature   

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