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Ivan Tverdovskiy Wins Prize at Karlovy Vary Film Festival
14.07.2014 20:20
Ivan Tverdovskiy Wins Prize at Karlovy Vary Film Festival

 The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival has awarded the talented Russian film director Ivan Tverdovskiy.

      His film Corrections Class has won the main prize in the category To the East of the West.

      A few no less talented film directors, including Angelina Nikonova with Welcome Home, Aleksei German with It’s Hard to Be God, Natalya Meshchaninova with The Hope Factory, and Gabe Polsky with the Red Army also took part in the festival held from July 4 to 12.


Sources: http://review-tlt.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cinema Film Festivals Karlovy Vary Awards  

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