Russia's financially troubled St. Petersburg Channel 5, a 72-year-old web that garnered huge ratings in the late 1980s, is being relaunched March 15 after an extensive makeover.
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Russia's top independent production company, CTB, whose slate includes some of the most profitable local films of the last decade, is launching distrib outfit Nashe Kino.
International co-productions never looked so natural as in "Window to Paris," the joyously funny story of a group of Russian bozos who find they can jump direct to the City of Light from a window in…
France and Russia have teamed up to launch a new television market and festival in St. Petersburg, it was announced Wednesday.
Police Governor With his stagings of "Saint Joan" last season and this past fall's "Timon of Athens," director (and National Actors Theater artistic adviser) Michael Langham breathed some life into…