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New Screen Version of The Dawns Here Are Quiet to be Released Next Year
9.08.2014 16:29
New Screen Version of The Dawns Here Are Quiet to be Released Next Year

The new screen version of Boris Vasilyev’s story The Dawns Here Are Quiet will be timed to the 70th anniversary since the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

This was reported by the film producer Grigory Podzemelny. According to him, the film will be released on April 30, 2015.

The producer emphasized that the screening is not a remake of the famous film by Stanislav Rostotsky. This is going to be a new interpretation of Boris Vasilyev’s story and it is aimed at attracting attention of the young generation.

      The filmmakers requested 150 million rubles from the government-owned Cinema Fund, whereas the film’s total budget makes 220 million rubles. The authors also expect support from one of the federal TV channels. The producers hope to gather 400 million rubles with the film distribution.

      The film written by Yury Korotkov is directed by Renat Davletyarov. The role of the foreman Vaskov will be played by Pyotr Fedorov. The film also features Anastasia Mikulchina, Darya Moroz, Agniya Kuznetsova, Yekaterina Vilkova, Evgenia Malakhova, and Andrey Merzlikin.

      Boris Vasilyev's classical story The Dawns Here Are Quiet tells about the destiny of five girls and foremen in the Great Patriotic War. The book was published in 1969 and its screen version directed by Stanislav Rostotsky came out in 1972. Andrey Martynov, Irina Shevchuk, Olga Ostroumova, and others played in it.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cinema Great Patriotic War Show Business Film Distribution  

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