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MainFilms 2012Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom

Set on an island off the coast of New England in the summer of 1965, Moonrise Kingdom tells the story of two 12-year-olds who fall in love, make a secret pact, and run away together into the wilderness. As various authorities try to hunt them down, a violent storm is brewing off-shore – and the peaceful island community is turned upside down in every which way.

01 July 2012, 23:39

MainFilms 2012Sergey Loznitsa: Q&A

Sergey Loznitsa: Q&A

Sergei Loznitsa is a director who has received numerous awards at prestigious “A” class film festivals. In 2010,  Loznica’s  "My Joy" was selected into the competition program of the Cannes Film Festival, and in 2011, his "In the Fog" won the Prize of The International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI).

05 July 2012, 17:35

MainFilms 2012Svetlana Nemolyaeva: Q&A

Svetlana Nemolyaeva: Q&A

Svetlana Nemolyaeva is a theatre and film actress. Svetlana has played more than seventy roles in cinema, and more than thirty theatrical roles. For the first time, Svetlana Nemolyaeva's appeared on the screen in her early childhood, however, her first prominent role is considered to be of  Ms. Ryzhova in Eldar Ryazanov's "Office Romance" (1977)

05 July 2012, 17:35

MainFilms 2012Master Class of Yelena Yatsura: Нygieics and culture of producer's profession

Master Class of Yelena Yatsura: Нygieics and culture of producer's profession

Yelena Yatsura is a producer and the owner of awards: "Nika", "Golden Eagle", "Golden Ram". Yelena has produced the first pictures of Renata Litvinova, Alexey Herman, Jr.., Ilya Khrzhanovsky, and others. On the whole, she has produced over twenty films.

05 July 2012, 17:35

MainFilms 2012Master Class of Andrey Plakhov: Cinema d’Autore in XXI Century

Master Class of Andrey Plakhov: Cinema d’Autore in XXI Century

Andreі Plakhov is a film critic, journalist and writer, who has wrote numerous books on Soviet and contemporary world cinema. Plakhov is the lifelong honorary president of FIPRESCI, a former jury member of festivals in Locarno, Tokyo, San Sebastian and Berlin, and repeated owner of the Prize of Film Critics Guild in Russia (1999, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008)

05 July 2012, 17:35

MainFilms 2012Alexander Fehling: Q&A

Alexander Fehling: Q&A

Alexander Fehling is a theatre and film actor, who became famous for roles of Sven in Robert Thalheim's  And here come the tourists (2007) and of Sergeant William in Quentin Tarantino's, Inglourious Basterds (2009).

05 July 2012, 17:35

MainFilms 2012Aleksey Gorbunov: screening and discussion of the film "A man who had something"

Aleksey Gorbunov: screening and discussion of the film "A man who had something"

Alexei Gorbunov is a film and theatre actor, singer and musician. He has won the "Golden Eagle" award for the best acting (12, 2007). Alexei Gorbunov is also a front man of  "Sadness of the pilot" music band.

05 July 2012, 17:35

MainFilms 2012Todd Solondz: Q&A

Todd Solondz: Q&A

Todd Solondz is a screenwriter and director. Mr. Solondz has got the fame of the most sarcastic intellectual in Hollywood because of his extraordinary sence of humour. Todd Solondz became famous due to the film Welcome to the Dollhouse (the highest awards in Sundance and Berlin). On the whole, filmography of Solondz includes seven pieces, and each of them has become controversial.

05 July 2012, 17:35

MainFilms 2012Master Class of Peter Greenaway: Cinema is dead, long live cinema

Master Class of Peter Greenaway: Cinema is dead, long live cinema

Peter Greenaway is an artist, writer, philosopher, screenwriter and director, who used to be the main figure of English cinema of recent decades. Greenaway was called "the maestro of cinematic painting" for his ability to masterly combine music, painting, choreography, sets and acting in one organic vision.  Peter Greenaway has received numerous awards at prestigious festivals, including the prize "Best Artistic Contribution" in Cannes (Drowning by numbers, 1988)

05 July 2012, 17:35