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13 Documentaries for 100th Anniversary of Murmansk and Year of Russian Cinema
27.03.2016 21:40
13 Documentaries for 100th Anniversary of Murmansk and Year of Russian Cinema

The city mayor Alexey Veller took part in screening of the documentary Murmansk held in the framework of the Year of Russian Cinema.

      The year 2016 is officially declared the Year of Russian Cinema to attract attention to domestic cinema, its problems and achievements.

      Thus the residents of Murmansk will see 13 documentaries made by the film studio Rek.A about the history of the Polar region of the Kola Peninsula. The films will be demonstrated at the Polar Lights movie theater on every Wednesday from March 23 to June 15. The tickets are free but have to be received at the ticket window in advance.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Murmansk Year of Cinema Russian Cinema   

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