6th Russian Film Festival in UK

The Russian Film Festival is returning to London on the 2nd November for its 6th year! The festival will present the UK premieres of the most illustrious Russian films of the past year – works by established film directors as well the new generation of Russian filmmakers.

From poetic parables to poignant documentaries and perceptive drama, this selection of films reflects the diversity and paradoxes of contemporary Russia. It is a window to the real Russia of today – films such as Kokoko, Rita’s Last Tale, Chapiteau-Show and others will surprise British audiences with the originality of modern Russia and its cinematography.

All films will be shown in Russian with English subtitles. Films will be presented by their world-renowned directors, actors, and producers, who will be joining us for Q&As, discussions, and masterclasses. In addition to the feature programme selected by Andrei Plakhov, documentaries chosen by Vitaly Mansky, and two animation screenings, there will be a retrospective of the great Andrei Konchalovsky.

The festival is organised by Academia Rossica and the Russian Cinema Fund in collaboration with the Apollo Cinema Piccadilly and the Institute of Contemporary Art. For the first time, the festival will encompass venues outside of London in partnership with the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh.

Another highlight of the festival will be the second Russian-British Co-Production and Distribution Forum, organized in collaboration with the British Film Institute and the Russian Cinema Fund.

Apollo Piccadilly, London

Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), London

Aubin cinema, London

Cambridge

Edinburgh

All films are shown in Russian with English subtitles

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Movies at the 6th russian film festival

Redemption

Nov. 5, 5:30pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 123min Drama/Historical, Director Alexander Proshkin

Iconoscope

Nov. 3, 4pm, ICA, London

2011, 100min Documentary, Director Vitaliy Mansky

Convoy

Nov. 6, 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 80min Drama, Director Alexei Mizgirev

Kokoko

Nov. 7, 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

Nov. 10, 6pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 90min Drama/Comedy, Director Avdotia Smirnova

Me Too

Nov. 8, 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 89min Crime/Drama, Director Alexei Balabanov

Rita’s Last Tale

Nov 10, 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 100min Fantasy/Drama, Director Renata Litvinova

Chapiteau-show

Nov. 11, 4 & 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2011, 107min Comedy, Director Sergei Loban

Till night do us part

Nov. 2, 7pm, Apollo Piccadilly

Nov. 7, 6pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 72min Comedy, Director Boris Khlebnikov

Winter, Go Away!

Nov .3, 5pm, Apollo Piccadilly

Nov. 4, 4pm, ICA london

2012, 79min Documentary, Directors E. Khoreva, D. Klebleev, D. Kubasov and others

Short Stories

Nov. 3, 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

Nov. 8, 6pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 105min Drama/Comedy, Director Mikhail Segal

Anton Is Right Here

Nov. 4, 4pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 110min Documentary, Director Lyubov Arkus

I’ll Be Around

Nov. 4, 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

Nov. 9, 6pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2011, 93min Drama, Director Pavel Ruminov

Living

Nov. 5, 8pm, Apollo Piccadilly

Nov. 9, 6pm, Apollo Piccadilly

2012, 119min Drama, Director Vasili Sigarev

Find full programm at the Academia Rossica web-site.

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