Masterclass by film director, writer, producer Valery Todorovsky: Why are TV series more popular today than feature films?
Todorovsky made a name for himself with the crime melodrama set in Moscow The Country of the Deaf. The film was entered into the 48th Berlin International Film Festival. His 2008 musical film Hipsters won the Golden Eagle Award and Nika Award for Best…
Music in Film
A tribute to the renowned Soviet film director Mikhail Kalik (1927-2017) and a talk about his films with music by the internationally acclaimed composer Mikael Tariverdiev. Presented by London composer and The Real Tuesday Weld frontman Stephen Coates…
  • Duration 120 min
RFW FemFes
RFW FemFest is a networking event for women in the film industry. Short film screening and presentation on the making of a documentary about women in the Russian Revolution and Soviet history. Panel discussion on the subject: Women in Film – Gender equality…
  • Duration 60 min
RFW: Ecology Day
RFW in partnership with Synergy University is holding several events; a student short film competition “Ecology: the future of our planet is in the hands of the young”, a VR show, a panel discussion and workshop by documentary film directors, a photo…
  • Duration 120 min
RFW: Revolution Centenary Day
Screenings with Q&A and short talk : “Revolution Centenary: is it celebrated or ignored in Russia and by Russian filmmakers?” RFW Documentary Double Bill: 1917 The Real October+The Train from Zurich to the Revolution.
  • Duration 150 min
Workshop by film director and writer Andrey Zvyagintsev: discussion, questions and answers
Zvyagintsev’s name is quite well known in Britain, first for his 2003 film The Return, which won him a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. His film Leviathan was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film in 2014.
  • Duration 60 min

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