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Rodina Movie Theater to Screen Soviet Film Classics
13.03.2016 16:11
Rodina Movie Theater to Screen Soviet Film Classics

The best Russian films have been recognized masterpieces around the world. They go on to be watched and cited.

      In the frmaework of the Year of Russian Cinema the Rodina movie theatre has prepared the program Soviet Film Classics on Big Screen. From March 13 to December 25 film lovers will have a chance to watch their favourite works of Russian cinema in cozy halls and afterwards discuss them with each other.

      The program included well-known film masterpieces by the Lenfilm and Mosfilm studios. These are Chapayev (1934), Amphibian Man (1961) and Alexander Nevsky (1938). These films trace the evolution of domestic cinema art.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cinema     

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