LONDON — Russia has become the latest country from Eastern and Central Europe to select its candidate to contest in the foreign-language film category of the Academy Awards. This follows a flurry of…
Derek Yee's tribute to cinema's nameless extras "I Am Somebody" has been set as the opening movie of the Shanghai International Film Festival.
Buzz about Russian pix at bazaar
Shakhnaraov is also head of Mosfilm, Russia's biggest film studios, where the Eagles ceremony was held on Friday.
Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov is rarely out of the spotlight.
Rarely has a sequel been quite so contrary to the spirit of the film that spawned it.
Will Nikita Mikhalkov's Cannes competition entry "Burnt by the Sun 2" burn hotter now that it's been cut shorter?
Helmer Nikita Mikhalkov, whose "Burnt by the Sun" took the foreign language film Oscar in 1995, will rep Russia for the fourth time with latest pic "12."
Expansively, dramatically, magnificently Russian, Nikita Mikhalkov's loose remake of "12 Angry Men" plays like vintage jazz from a veteran band.
Polish helmer Krzysztof Zanussi is back in competition at Venice with one of his most convincing psychological dramas. "Persona Non Grata" may not be cutting-edge cinema, but such a well-crafted…
A winning return to the themes and form of "Slave of Love,""Burnt by the Sun" is Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov's first post-Soviet-era pic to grapple directly with his country's political legacy…