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The Best Short-Length Film of the Kinotavr Film Festival is Nastia
10.06.2015 12:16
The Best Short-Length Film of the Kinotavr Film Festival is Nastia

The film Nastia directed by Kirill Pletnev has won the festival competition Kinotavr. Short Length.

      The 26-minute feature film by the famous film actor Kirill Pletnev tells a story about a provincial policewoman (Inga Oboldina) and a local thief, both ironically named Nastia.

      The prize was awarded by the producer Igor Tolstunov, the chairman of the jury for short-length films.

      Special prizes of the jury go to the short-length films Kira  by Vladlena Sandu, The Car Thief by Maxim Kulagin and Erkin Returns by Maria Guskova. Erkin Returns earlier participated in the Cannes Film Festival (the 3rd Prize in Cinefondacion Program). The Portfolio by Nikita Tamarov has taken the prize of the Film Critics Guild.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Film Festivals Kinotavr Russian Cinema   

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