While the Russian box office has been exploding over the past few years, some see growth in different terms. The Russian market is still at an embryonic stage, in the sense that it was still evolving…
LONDON — Russian tragicomedy “The Geographer Drank His Globe Away” won both the Grand Prix, voted for by the audience, and the international jury’s best film award at the Odessa Intl. Film Festival…
SOCHI, Russia -- Russia has expanded the number of companies that receive annual multi-million dollar grants from the national film fund from six to 10.
Producer Alexander Rodnyansky's AR Films and Geyer Kosinski's Media Talent Group have partnered to form a $120 million fund to develop and produce up to six movies in the U.S. over the next two years.
A sweet but ultimately inconsequential curio, fantastical Russian romantic comedy "Indifference" reps a matrushka of pastiches.
Outstanding, but sure to challenge auds wherever it goes due to its provocative subject matter.
"Indifference" (Bezrazlichie), a black and white movie shot in 1989 in the dying days of the Soviet Union and only recently completed by its director, Oleg Flyangolts, took picture kudos as Kinotavr…
An aging sad-sack actor prefers fantasy to reality, neglecting his wife and work to stare out the window and fabricate stories about the people below.
Eastern Europe's last Iron Curtain is beginning to look a little tattered: The isolation of Russian film from the world of international co-production is slowly receding as producers and studios…
"Old Women", the debut pic from Russian helmer Gennady Sidorov, took surprise top honors at the 14th "Kinotavr" Russian Open Film Fest, which closed June 17 in the Black Sea riviera resort town.