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Alexei Fedorchenko Shoots a Film Based On the Novel by Strugatsky Brothers
25.06.2013 06:49
Alexei Fedorchenko Shoots a Film Based On the Novel by Strugatsky Brothers

The Russian director Aleksei Fedorchenko ("Silent Souls", "Heaven's wives of Meadow Mari") is going to shoot a film based on the novel "The Kid" by Strugatsky brothers.


In August 2013 he will begin shooting the film "Angels and Revolution" based on the book by Dennis Osokin; Fedorchenko’s previous works have also been filmed on the works of Osokin. Fedorchenko is going to start working on the "Kids" in autumn 2014. The producer of the film will be the film company "February 29". Casting for the roles has already begun, and it will be finished next summer. Furthermore, the film script is being written.  


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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