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

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.

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.

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 >>>

Andrey Plakhov, RFF programme director about Russian film today >>>

Saturday, 3 November, 5 pm
Apollo Piccadilly Cinema, London >>>

SERGEI LOBAN >>>

Director
CHAPITEAU-SHOW >>>

ELENA PLAKHOVA >>>

Film critic >>>

VASILY SIGAREV >>>

Director
LIVING >>>

ELENA ROMANOVA >>>

Elena Romanova is Head of the International Department at the Russian Cinema Fund >>>

ANDREY PLAKHOV >>>

Film Critic
Programme Director of the Festival
Andrei Plakhov is a leading Russian film critic and cinema historian >>>

6th Russian Film Festival Opening Gala & Full Programme

2 November 2012, 7 pm
Apollo Piccadilly Cinema, 19 Regent Street, London, UK
The festival opens with Till Night Do Us Part, a satirical comedy from award-winning director Boris Khlebnikov. Based on real-life conversations overheard at an elite Moscow restaurant, this dialogue-focused film is a snapshot of the grand and theatrical lives of some of today’s Muscovites.

RFF6 Programme

This year's Russian Film Festival will take place at the Apollo Cinema Piccadilly, along with screenings at the Institute of Contemporary Arts and the Aubin Cinema. For the first time, the festival will also encompass venues outside of London in partnership with the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh.

Elena Romanova

Russian Cinema Fund
Elena Romanova is Head of the International Department at the Russian Cinema Fund. She undertakes initiatives to encourage co-production between Russia and other countries, in order to raise awareness of the Russian film industry and get more Russian films into distribution abroad.

5th Russian Film Festival

5th Russian Film Festival, 4 - 13 November 2011

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.

Фотографии с Фестиваля Российского Кино

Пятый Фестиваль Российского Кино завершился – предлагаем вашему вниманию фоторепортаж с ключевых событий фестиваля, включая церемонию открытия (специальные гости Виктор Гинзбург, Андрей Фомин и др.), мастерклассы Сергея Сельянова и Алексея Попогребского и многое другое.

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.

Photos from the Russian Film Festival

The fifth Russian Film Festival has now come to an end - relive the highlights through these photos of the opening night, special guests, including Victor Ginzburg and Andrei Fomin, masterclasses with Sergei Selyanov and Alexei Popogrebsky and much more!

Nosferatu - Terror of the Night launches KinoKlub!

6.30pm, 1 November, Apollo Piccadilly
KinoKlub, the new Russian Film Club, launches with Vladimir Marinichev’s animated interpretation of the famous vampire story, ‘Nosferatu - Terror of the Night!’. Witty, spooky and fun, with a soundtrack by the fantastic Billy’s Band!, Nosferatu is the perfect finishing touch to your Halloween.

GENERATION P TO OPEN RUSSIAN FILM FESTIVAL ON 4 NOVEMBER!

The 5th Russian Film Festival opens with the UK premiere of Generation P, the adaptation of Victor Pelevin’s cult novel! With Victor Pelevin in the running for the Nobel Prize for Literature today, there’s no better time to announce this exciting news about the UK premiere of this film!

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!
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