The Chinese will show "the dawns here are quiet..."
China has acquired the rights to Russian film "thedawnshere are quiet...". In the cinemas of China 4 episode TV version of the painting Renata Davletyarova willshow at the end of the summer.
Soon the Chinese meditators will be able to see in theaters is a remake of the cult Russian film "thedawnshere are quiet..." directed by Renata Davletyarova. This became possible due to the fact that China has acquired the rights to feature film and four-part television version.
Star Media, a real-Dakota and Lumiere Pavilions has signed a deal to sell the rights to feature film and four-part television version of "thedawnshere are quiet..." on the novel by Boris Vasiliev on the area of China", - quotes the representative of the company Star Media TASS .
An agreement on the deal was reached the entrance of the meeting of the Minister of culture of Russia Vladimir Medinsky with the office of China Film Group and the largest network of cinemas in China. "Real-time Scam fully finalized," added the company. - In theaters in China feature film "thedawnshere are quiet..." will be released in August or September of this year."
In turn. This deal commented leading producer of the film, Vlad Ryashin. He explained that in China an extremely specific market. "In China it is very hard to make the rental even very good commercial films, because it requires approval from a huge number of instances, but all this does not guarantee that the release pattern is not postponed indefinitely," he explained. In our case, thanks to the assistance of the Ministry of culture, we obtained consent for screening very soon."
Also according to him options of the picture with subtitles in Chinese language ready, firm China Film Group and will make a dubbing projects on the Chinese language. However, four-part version will be adapted for television. Note that Russian picture will not be for the Chinese viewer an unexpected history, so as the product, which was filmed and the series and the movie, in China comes into the school curriculum.