The outlook for Russian cinema is looking up, with three films in Toronto's Contemporary World Cinema section as well as two big domestic box office hits so far this year.
This electric crime drama should further build Russian multihyphenate Yuri Bykov's reputation on the international circuit.
David Lowery's Sundance-preemed oater is the sole American entry in a Euro-heavy lineup.
Classical in a good way, "In the Fog" explores the moralities of wartime with restraint and exacting execution when fate throws three men into conflict with each other by fate in Belorussia during…
A schlubby guy out hunting is forced to flee for his life through rough terrain when he meets a gangster on the run in nifty Russian chase pic "To Live."
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