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THE PROGRAM

SPECIAL SCREENING | CLOSED DOORS

September 18, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 18:00

Director: Semyon Ryabukha
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 18 min.
Restrictions: 18+

It's 31st of December in Chelyabinsk. Kostya hangs flyers on apartment doorknobs, pretending to be a fast food delivery man. Later he checks if the flyers are still there. His intentions are clear: this way he finds out who is at home on this day, and who is away for the holidays.
 

SPECIAL SCREENING | YURA THE MUSICIAN

September 19, 2020.
Pushkin Cinema, 14:00

Director: Pavel Selin
Country/year: Russia 2019
Duration: 87 min.
Restrictions: 16+

Documentary "Yura the Musician" is the most ambitious project in recent years. It is about the Russian rock legend, the founder and the permanent leader of the music band DDT Yuri Shevchuk. Yuri Shevchuk and DDT from 2007 to 2018 is shown in the film. The filming process lasted for 11 years. The film crew stayed with the band during several tours in dozens of cities; visited the DDT studio and the village where Shevchuk writes poetry. Backstage, working on the albums, rehearsals and concerts with thousands of people... Dozens of hours of the musician and the band's life — all the fascinating, important and dangerous moments. The film contains fragments of conversations between Yuri Shevchuk and the author of the film Pavel Selin over the years, the poet's reflections on the past, the present and the future of Russia and the world.
 

COMPETITION | YARDS

September 19, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 14:00

Director: Andrey Korytko
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 86 min.
Restrictions: 16+

Yarik came to Moscow to start living his life to the fullest. Now he is going to be successful at work, find the love of his life and move only forward with his friends. But the big city has other plans for him. Everyone says that he has to give up and become "normal". Is it possible to retreat when a dream is at stake?
 

SPECIAL SCREENING | CLOSED DOORS

September 19, 2020.
Impulse Cinema, 18:00

Director: Semyon Ryabukha
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 18 min.
Restrictions: 18+

It's 31st of December in Chelyabinsk. Kostya hangs flyers on apartment doorknobs, pretending to be a fast food delivery man. Later he checks if the flyers are still there. His intentions are clear: this way he finds out who is at home on this day, and who is away for the holidays.
 

SHORT DOCUMENTARIES PROGRAM

September 20, 2020.
Pushkin Cinema, 12:00


Restrictions: 12+

 
 

SHORT DOCUMENTARIES PROGRAM

September 20, 2020.
Impulse Cinema, 14:00


Restrictions: 12+

 
 

COMPETITION | FAIRY

September 20, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 14:00

Director: Anna Melikyan
Country/year: Russia 2019
Duration: 152 min.
Restrictions: 18+

A creator of the best VR games is sure that he controls everything in his life. A chance encounter with a young activist shows him that the world is much broader and more complex than he imagined.
 

SHORT DOCUMENTARIES PROGRAM

September 20, 2020.
Pushkin Cinema, 16:00


Restrictions: 16+

 
 

COMPETITION | YARDS

September 20, 2020.
Impulse Cinema, 18:00

Director: Andrey Korytko
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 86 min.
Restrictions: 16+

Yarik came to Moscow to start living his life to the fullest. Now he is going to be successful at work, find the love of his life and move only forward with his friends. But the big city has other plans for him. Everyone says that he has to give up and become "normal". Is it possible to retreat when a dream is at stake?
 

DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM | THE RUSSIAN TABLE'S NEW ELEMENT

September 21, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 17:00

Director: Ella Tukhareli
Country/year: Russia
Restrictions: 12+

A fascinating story of an ingenious discovery. 150 years ago, the great Russian chemist Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev created a periodic table of chemical elements. It became the basis not only of chemistry, but also of other sciences. Scientists from other countries was claimed the authorship of the table, but only Mendeleev managed to discover the periodic law which all the elements obeyed. Moreover, in the table he predicted the discovery of new substances! However, not everyone could appreciate Mendeleev's genius at that time: scholars considered his work unimportant and did not elect him to the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Today, thanks to Mendeleev, scientists continue to discover new elements and create new substances, and the path of their scientific discovery often repeats the history of Mendeleev. They face a struggle for authorship and leadership, but what drives them Is not ambition, but the desire to change the world.
 

COMPETITION | PIRATE'S SOUL

September 21, 2020.
Pushkin Cinema, 18:00

Director: Aisyuak Yumagulov
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 83 min.
Restrictions: 12+

Pashka Kostin, a school student, gets injured and slips into a coma. His friends decided that his soul moved into a stray dog named Pirate. They try their hardest to get the soul from the dog and return it to their friend. Finally, the good old method works - the "sleeping beaty" gets a kiss from a princess.
 

COMPETITION | FAIRY

September 21, 2020.
Impulse Cinema, 18:00

Director: Anna Melikyan
Country/year: Russia 2190
Duration: 152 min.
Restrictions: 18+

A creator of the best VR games is sure that he controls everything in his life. A chance encounter with a young activist shows him that the world is much broader and more complex than he imagined.
 

SPECIAL SCREENING | X-MAN

September 22, 2020.
Pushkin Cinema, 14:00

Director: Svetlana Kharchevina
Country/year: Russia 2018
Duration: 44 min.
Restrictions: 12+

In April 2016, the Russian Federal Nuclear Center RFNC-VNIIEF (Arzamas-16, Sarov), where the first Russian nuclear and hydrogen bombs were created, celebrated its 70th anniversary. The memory of those who worked at the secret object, embodied in the testimonies of eyewitnesses, sketches of the events, official documents with their indisputable authenticity recreate a picture of the era with its special unique color. Many of these people are no longer among us today, but a man lives as long as he is remembered. That is why we must pass this memory on to the younger generation. The spirit of that time and its atmosphere naturally come to live in the stories of the history of the participants in the history of the Russian nuclear project participants – the heroes of the film.
 

SHORT DOCUMENTARIES PROGRAM

September 22, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 16:00


Restrictions: 16+

 
 

DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM | ROCKET JUMP

September 22, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 16:00

Director: Kirill Alekhin
Country/year: Russia 2019
Duration: 90 min.
Restrictions: 16+

How did computer games become a sport? What is the Russian game school? What does the other side of the matches look like? Can you do cybersport after you're 60? The documentary series "Rocket jump" includes five films about the emergence of cybersport in Russia. And what is happening to it now. Streamers, programmers, the inside of matches. Everything that will help you to understand and love cybersport.
 

COMPETITION | PIRATE'S SOUL

September 22, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 16:00

Director: Aisyuak Yumagulov
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 83 min.
Restrictions: 12+

Pashka Kostin, a school student, gets injured and slips into a coma. His friends decided that his soul moved into a stray dog named Pirate. They try their hardest to get the soul from the dog and return it to their friend. Finally, the good old method works - the "sleeping beaty" gets a kiss from a princess.
 

COMPETITION | HAPPINESS IN AN ENVELOPE

September 23, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 18:00

Director: Alexander Khachko, Sergey Berlov, Maxim Demin
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 102 min.
Restrictions: 182+

In our age of technology, people are used to rush, run, earn money, while forgetting about the most important thing - themselves and their true wishes. We believe that we will be happier as soon as we have a new car or a high salary... However, everything is much simpler - the secret of happiness is hidden in the soul: in the ability to believe in miracles, make friends, love, be brave, follow your dream! This movie is like a family album, which allows you to immerse yourself in the past, go back to your childhood and to think about the meaning of the soul.
 

COMPETITION | HAPPINESS IN AN ENVELOPE

September 23, 2020.
Impulse Cinema, 18:00

Director: Alexander Khachko, Sergey Berlov, Maxim Demin
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 102 min.
Restrictions: 182+

In our age of technology, people are used to rush, run, earn money, while forgetting about the most important thing - themselves and their true wishes. We believe that we will be happier as soon as we have a new car or a high salary... However, everything is much simpler - the secret of happiness is hidden in the soul: in the ability to believe in miracles, make friends, love, be brave, follow your dream! This movie is like a family album, which allows you to immerse yourself in the past, go back to your childhood and to think about the meaning of the soul.
 

COMPETITION | GILBERT'S EIGHTH PROBLEM

September 23, 2020.
Pushkin Cinema, 18:30

Director: Pavel Selin
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 108 min.
Restrictions: 18+

A comedy from the life of scientists. Lubov Vitalyevna, a beautiful woman, is the head of the genetics laboratory. Having discovered that she has a mutation, which gradually turns her into a man, Lubov Vitalyevna decides to find a real man to prevent the transformation.
 

SPECIAL SCREENING | ETUDE #2

September 24, 2020.
Pushkin Cinema, 14:00

Director: Andrey Burmistrov
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 91 min.
Restrictions: 18+

Little Sasha lives in an orphanage and waits for his mother to come for him. Once on the radio he hears a piece by S. Rachmaninoff, falls in love with music and learns to play the piano on his own. In the orphanage and then outside of it, he will face the cruelty, unrequited love, crime and find a way to his vocation - music. But how to stop waiting for the mother?
 

DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM | JOBS OF THE FUTURE

September 24, 2020.
Impulse Cinema, 18:00

Director: Tatyana Tretyakova
Country/year: Russia 2019
Duration: 49 min.
Restrictions: 6+

The future is now. Technologies have come. Even young people have competencies in the most important areas and they lead our country into tomorrow. No one should be left behind. Are you ready for the future?
 

SPECIAL SCREENING | LIFE IS AMAZING

September 24, 2020.
Znamya Cinema, 19:00

Director: Svetlana Muzychenko
Country/year: Russia 2020
Duration: 61 min.
Restrictions: 18+

This is a story about an extraordinary man who dedicated his life to his students. Vladimir Alexeevich Fenchenko lit the hearts of hundreds of young filmmakers with his love for cinema.
 


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