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Film about Annexation of the Crimea to RF to be Made in Russia
2.10.2014 11:15
Film about Annexation of the Crimea to RF to be Made in Russia

Creators of the TV series Brigada plan to release a feature film about annexation of the Crimean peninsula to the Russian Federation.

      The film under the title The Sea Runs High will go on general release in Russia in November next year.

      According to Anatoly Sivushov, the film company producer, independent investors are ready to spend 1 million dollars on the project. It should be noted that the company also expects to get $3 000 000 from the RF Ministry of Culture and the Cinema Fund.

      The film script is based on people’s relations against the background of events in the Crimea in February and March of 2014. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Crimea New Films Show Business Russian Cinema  

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