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