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Screen Version of Master and Margarita to be Shot in the US
21.02.2017 20:15
Screen Version of Master and Margarita to be Shot in the US

The famous novel "Master and Margarita" by Mikhail Bulgakov may be screened anew.

      a team of American and Russian producers in the United States

      are already planning the film shooting.

      The producers are Grace Loh, who previously worked on the film Hot Tub Time Machine, and Svetlana Migunova-Dali, known for producing Legend 17. The Woodstock founder, Michael Lang is epected to be one of the performing producers.

      The cast and film director is not known yet.

      Bulgakov's most sensational  novel was first released on TV screens in the 1960s. Actors believe that Master and Margarita is one of the most difficult works to translate into the wide-screen.

      Subsequently, it was filmed 5 times, as directed by Andrei Wajda in 1971, Alexander Petrovich in 1972, Maciej Wojtyszko in 1989, Yuri Kara in 1994, and Vladimir Bortko in 2005.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mikhail Bulgakov     

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