Russian Space Film Week

11 - 14 November 2015, London
To coincide with the 'COSMONAUTS: BIRTH OF THE SPACE AGE' exhibition at the Science Museum, the series presents 3 Russian films: GAGARIN. FIRST IN SPACE, DREAMING OF SPACE and animation SPACE DOGS. Films are shown in Russian with English subtitles >>

Charity Acoustic Concert

23 March, 7:30pm
Camden Park Studios, The Church Hall
Arbuzz Project and Russian Gymnasium №1 invite you to a charity acoustic concert, aimed to raise funds for the treatment of Yaroslav Strambovskiy - a beautiful 5-years-old boy with an illness no child should go through. All the money raised at the evening will be transferred to Yaroslav to support his treatment.

Guests

Roman Liberov is a documentary filmmaker and animator. He trained at the BBC specializing in documentary filmmaking, where he then worked for six years. Ilfandpetrov forms part of a cycle of animated documentaries about Russian writers, including Yuri Olesha, Joseph Brodsky, Georgi Vladimov, and Sergei Dovlatov.

SLOVO 2014

Olga Sedakova, winner of the Dante Aligheiri Prize and the Alexander Solzhenitsyn Prize among others, will talk about her great teachers and friends, Sergei Averintsev, Venichka Erofeev, Mikhail Gasparov, Joseph Brodsky and others, intellectual pillars of the Soviet intelligentsia. She will of course also read some of her own inspiring and highly original poetry.

White Tiger

Wednesday 18 December, 6.30 pm
Empire Leicester Square
Don't miss the one and only screening of Karen Shakhnazarov's critically acclaimed 2012 film White Tiger, coming to a cinema near you on 18 December!

White Tiger

Wednesday 18 December
Empire Leicester Square
Don't miss the one and only screening of Karen Shakhnazarov's critically acclaimed 2012 film White Tiger, coming to a cinema near you on 18 December!

More films! – at The May Fair Hotel Theatre

While our screenings at the iconic Empire Leicester Square will continue until the end of the Festival, we are delighted to announce the beginning of the 7th London Russian Film Festival's May Fair screenings
The May Fair Theatre, Stratton St, London W1J 8LT

7th Russian Film Festival Closing Night

London Lion Award Ceremony
Sunday 17 November 2013
The May Fair Theatre, Stratton St, London W1J 8LT

7th Russian Film Festival in London!

7-17 November 2013
Empire Leicester Square
The Russian Film Festival returns to London on the 7th of November for its seventh year! This year the Festival celebrates the most illustrious new Russian films, documentaries and animation at the iconic Empire Cinema in Leicester Square

Betrayal / Измена

Saturday, 16 November, 8 pm
Sunday, 17 November, 6 pm
Dir. Kirill Serebrennikov
A man and a woman, two casual acquaintances, learn that their respective spouses are having an affair with each other. This discovery drives them to do things they didn’t dare to do before>>>

Intimate Parts / Интимные места

Wednesday, 13 November, 8 pm
Friday, 15 November, 6 pm
Dir. Natasha Merkulova
Contemporary Moscow, home to several people who apparently lead a totally carefree life. They have all acquired status in society, and at first sight seem to have everything they desire. But each of them is lacking something, and each has their own intimate secret>>>

Ivan Son of Amir / Иван сын Амира

Monday, 11 November, 8 pm
Wednesday, 13 November, 6 pm
Dir. Maxim Panfilov
A Russian woman from Sevastopol flees with her two children during the Second World War. Amir, an Uzbek with two wives, gives her shelter in a remote village

The Geographer Drank His Globe Away / Географ глобус пропил

Sunday, 10 November, 8 pm
Thursday, 14 November, 6 pm
Dir. Alexander Veledinsky
Based on Aleksei Ivanov’s novel of the same time, The Geographer Drank His Globe Away follows a biologist called Victor Sluzhkin, who, due to a lack of money, has had to take a job in a school as a geography teacher.

Shame / Стыд

Saturday, 9 November, 8 pm
Tuesday, 12 November, 6 pm
Dir. Yusup Razykov
A half-crumbling military base, soon to be shut down, is home to a community of women whose husbands are serving as crewmen on a submarine. The wives patiently wait out the long days, hoping that their men will come back safely from yet another mission...

BFI presents 3 russian films

FI London Film Festival (9-20 October 2013) announced their programme. Three Russian films will be presented:
A Long and Happy Life
Shame
Pipeline

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.

Academia Rossica Film Nights: Euphoria

Tuesday, 19 February, 9pm
Mari Vanna Restaurant
One of the most beautiful and poetic films of Russian New Wave cinema, Euphoria tells a story of unexpected, true, and ruthless love.

Mari Vanna & Academia Rossica Film Nights

Tuesday, 22 January, 9 pm
Mari Vana restaurant, London
'The Goddess: How I Fell in Love' by Renata Litvinova

Anna Karenina at Mari Vanna

Tuesday 11 December, 9pm.
Mari Vanna, 116 Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7PJ
Keeping with a popular theme this year, join us to watch Sergei Solovyov's version of Leo Tolstoy's 'Anna Karenina', starring Tatyana Drubich as Anna and Oleg Yankovsky as Karenin.

London Russian Art Week

22-28 November
The London Russian Film Festival may be over, but another exciting series of events is about to begin. Russian Art Week starts on 22 November and will feature an exciting range of events, exhibitions and auctions >>>

London Russian Art Week

22-28 November
The London Russian Film Festival may be over, but another exciting series of events is about to begin. Russian Art Week starts on 22 November and will feature an exciting range of events, exhibitions and auctions >>>
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