Mikhail Segal

Mikhail Segal has written and directed a dazzling range of projects, from feature length dramas to pop videos, as well as short films and advertisements.

Russian films at the BFI London Film Festival

10-21 October 2012
We are pleased to announce that five Russian films have been selected to be screened at the 56th BFI London Film Festival, joining a host of other films from over 60 countries that make up this unique series of events.

Aleksandr Sokurov: A Spiritual Voice

29 October - 30 December
The BFI holds a special season dedicated to the winner of this year's Venice Film Festival.

Первый Российско-Британский Форум ко-продукции и дистрибьюции российских фильмов в Великобритании

В рамках Пятого Фестиваля Российского Кино, при поддержке Российского Фонда Кино, был проведен первый Российско-Британский Форум ко-продукции и дистрибуции. В деятельности Форума, проходившего в здании BFI, приняли участие ключевые фигуры российской и британской киноиндустрии.

The First Russian-British Co-Production and Distribution Forum

The 5th Russian Film Festival, supported by the Russian Cinema Fund, held the first Russian-British Co-Production and Distribution Forum at the BFI and included key film industry figures from Russia and Britain.

How I Ended This Summer released on DVD & Blu-ray

Win a DVD of the film!
Academia Rossica is giving away two DVDs of the film. All you have to do is tag yourself in a photo from the film on our Facebook page!
WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Kino Russian Film Pioneers

The British Film Institute in Southbank, in partnership with Academia Rossica, is celebrating the widely influential origins of Russian cinema by launching their new season: Kino Russian Film Pioneers.

How I Ended This Summer - the best film at the 54th BFI London Film Festival

At yesterday's ceremony at London’s LSO St Luke’s, How I Ended This Summer, showing at the 4th Russian Film Festival this Sunday at 8pm, was named the best film at the 54th BFI London Film Festival. Patricia Clarkson, chair of the jury, called it 'Tense, moving and universal in its scope, this is a cinematic tour de force.'

Eddie Berg

Artistic Director, BFI Southbank
Eddie is also contributing to the BFI's vision to develop a purpose-built international centre for film and moving image culture in London for 2012.

Eddie Berg

Artistic Director of BFI Southbank
Eddie is also contributing to the BFI's vision to develop a purpose-built international centre for film and moving image culture in London for 2012.

Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead

11-24 July 2008
BFI Southbank, London
Garri Urban survived the holocaust and the Gulag, while maintaining self-respect and refusing to become a victim of his harrowing life as a polish Jew in the 20th Century. Garri and his son, two-time BAFTA winning director Stuart Urban, returned to the former Soviet Union in 1992 to claim his KGB file and prove his incredible history.
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