Sunday, 14 October 2012

Five Russian films to be screened at Warsaw film fest

More than 200 films from 50 countries will be screened at the Warsaw International Film Festival which is opening in the Polish capital on Friday.

A total of five Russian films will be presented at the festival.

Two Russian films - Till Night Do Us Apart by Boris Khlebnikov and I’ll Be By your Side by Pavel Ruminov – will compete for the main prizes, and one film – The Daughter by Alexander Kasatkin and Natalya Nazarova – will vie for the best young director award.

Other Russian films presented for the audience’s judgment include I Don’t Love You by Pavel Kostomarov and Alexandr Rastorguev, and Winter, Go Away! by a group of debut directors.

The festival will last until October 21.

Voice of Russia, RIA

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