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Events | Fun | Movies  | 16.05.21

Russian Film About Loyal Dog Won Film Festival Grand Prix

The film “A Dog Named Palma” (also known in Russian as “Palma”) directed by Alexander Domogarov Jr. was awarded the Grand Prix of the 29th All-Russian festival “Vivat Cinema of Russia!”, TASS reports. The award was presented on 15 May at the closing ceremony of the festival. In the centre of the story is a

Fun | Nizhny Novgorod | Movies  | 01.03.21

Film Production Commission Created in Nizhny Novgorod Region

A special commission to support film production has been created in the Nizhny Novgorod region, regional Ministry of Culture reports on its Instagram-Page. The commission will help film and TV series companies select locations, obtain permits, and recruit local specialists.   It is specified that such commissions have already been opened in the Kaliningrad, Ulyanovsk,

Fun | Movies  | 24.02.21

Russian Film Raised Almost 500 Million Rubles in 5 Days

The Russian film “The Little Humpbacked Horse” collected 426 million rubles in 5 days and yesterday crossed the 500 million mark. Cinemas in Russia and the CIS countries earned about 308 million rubles on February 22nd. According to the Unified Federal Automated Information System, 31,502 sessions were attended by 1,109,720 people, kinobusiness.com reports.   It is

Fun | Movies  | 06.02.21

Free Film Screenings About Leningrad Blockade Held in Moscow

From January 26 to 28, 2021, at the initiative of the Moscow Victory Museum, an action was held, within which free film screenings were held at almost a thousand venues in 82 Russian regions, dedicated to the 77th anniversary of the lifting of the blockade of Leningrad, the press service of the museum reports.  It is

Fun | Movies  | 06.02.21

Russian Film Festival Dedicated to Nizhny Novgorod 800th Anniversary

In 2021, the “Gorky Fest” Russian traditional film festival will take place in Nizhny Novgorod, NewsNN reports. The governor of the region, Gleb Nikitin, met with the organizers and discussed the upcoming event.    After a meeting with the president of the festival, Russian actor Mikhail Porechenkov, and general producer, Oksana Mikheeva, Nikitin found out

Fun | Movies  | 11.01.21

Soviet Cartoon to Be Translated Into Chechen Language

The popular Soviet animated series “Well, Just You Wait!” will be dubbed into the Chechen language in 2021, TASS reports with reference to the Head of the State Administration for the Cinematography of Chechnya Zaurbek Zaurbekov.  It is noted that the Chechen language is listed in the ‘UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger’.

Fun | Movies  | 06.01.21

Russian Film Grossed Over 1 Billion Rubles at Box Office

The film “The Last Warrior: The Root of Evil” has collected more than 1 billion rubles since its release on wide screens in Russia, TASS reports with reference to the press service of the Unified Automated Information System for Information on Screenings of Films in Cinemas.  The film was released on January 1, 2021. The

Fun | Movies  | 28.12.20

Experts Named Top 10 Russian TV Series 2020

The Russian TV series “The Game for Survival” directed by Karen Oganesyan was recognized the best project of 2020 according to the “Kino-Teatr.Ru” film portal. The series shows how 16 people from different regions of Russia come to the Siberian taiga to shoot the “Survivor” extreme reality show.   In second place was the series “Newbie”,

Events | Fun  | 20.11.20

Film Festival ‘Literature and Cinema’ Started in Leningrad Region

The opening of the Russian Film Festival “Literature and Cinema” took place yesterday, on November 19, in Gatchina, Leningrad Region. The hosts of the ceremony were actors Egor Beroev and Ksenia Alferova.   It is noted that films included in the competition programme of the festival will only be watched by members of the jury

Insight | Omsk  | 07.10.20

Omsk Residents Spent 22 Million Rubles on Cinemas

On September 4 Omsk cinemas resumed their work. More than 110 thousand city residents visited them in a month. During this period, cinemas sold tickets for more than 22 million rubles, almost 5.5 million of which fell on Christopher Nolan’s thriller “Tenet” which was watched by more than 30 thousand people, newsomsk reports.   The top

Insight | Novosibirsk  | 03.10.20

Novosibirsk Residents Started to Use Internet Services More Often

In September 2020, Novosibirsk residents increased the number of calls to digital services by one and a half times compared to the same period last year, VN.ru reports with reference to the MTS mobile network operator. At the top of Internet requests are food delivery, games, shopping, and online cinemas.   The general index of

Economics | Business | Movies  | 08.09.20

Russian Men Spend 16% More Money on Online Cinema Than Women

Russian men on average spend 16% more on online films purchase than women, according to a study conducted by Russian Standard Bank, PRIME reports. The study examined all card transactions in the “cinema” segment for all bank cards, depending on the number of transactions, average bill, gender, age, and geography, comparing this data for the