At MosKino cinemas in the Moscow Department of Culture, films accompanied by the Soviet composer Isaac Dunaevsky will be shown for free. The exact time of the films is given on MosKino website.
The tapes will be broadcast from January 27 to February 2 as part of the Cinematheque – composer Isaac Dunaevsky program, dedicated to the memorable date, January 30, 2020 marks the 120th anniversary of the composer’s birthday.
In total, four of the best music films shot in the 30s and 40s of the last century will be shown. The works will be presented with a 35mm film strip in a number of well-known movie theatres in Moscow, including Molodezhny, Polet, Tula, and Zvezda.
All sessions are free and do not require pre-registration, but only spectators over 12 years old are allowed.