The III International Premonition Film Festival continues in Chelyabinsk. Film screenings, master classes and creative meetings with directors, producers and actors will be taking place in the South Ural capital until September 25.
On Monday, September 21, Chelyabinsk residents will have an opportunity to watch such films as Pirate's Soul (the Pushkin Cinema, 18:00), A New Element of the Russian Table (the Znamya Cinema, 17:00) and to meet with the film director Ella Tukhareli (Znamya). The Impulse Film Centre will screen the film Fairy starring Konstantin Khabensky and Ingeborga Dapkunaite. Also, Ella Tuhareli's master class called The Work of a TV Director will be held at SUSU.
Within the framework of the Premonition Film Festival a creative meeting with an actress and a TV presenter Ekaterina Shpitsa will be held on September 21(she took part in the films Poddubny, Yolki 1914, Yolki 5, Krymsky Most and in such TV series as Realnye Patsany and Polyarny).
Let us remind that the program of the Premonition Film Festival includes five competition films and five documentaries. Three more films will be shown as a part of special screenings. All films can be viewed for free. In order to watch the films you need to register on the festival’s website. When visiting movie theatres, remember about wearing a mask and keeping a social distance.
During the festival week Chelyabinsk residents will see the following films: Yards (dir. Andrey Korytko, 2020), Pirate's Soul (dir. Aisyuak Yumagulov, 2020), Happiness in an Envelope (dir. Alexander Khachko, Sergey Berlov, Maxim Demin, 2020), Fairy (dir. Anna Melikyan, 2019), Hilbert's Eighth Problem (dir. Ametkhan Magomedov, 2020) and Yura the Musician (dir. Pavel Selin, 2019).
The festival is focused on the usage of new technologies in filmmaking. The films of the festival represent the cinema of the future, filmmakers reflections about what our world can look like, experiments with formats and technologies.
In 2020 the festival is held at the Znamya Cinema (Kirova St., 112), the Impulse Film Centre (50-letiya VLKSM St., 16) and the Pushkin Cinema (Pushkina St., 64).