Russian cinema festival "Russian perspective" in Israel
On Saturday evening started first festival of modern Russian cinema "Russian perspective" in Israel.
The program consists of 12 films of various genres. "We are pleased to show this audience current Russian cinematograph which acquires new power and energy. It is very interesting and various", - said Russian culture and mass media minister Aleksandr Sokolov.
Israel audience will see historic detective "State Councilor" by Philip Yankovsky, fantastical quasidocumentary "First on Moon" by Aleksey Fedorchenko, psychological thriller "Nanny is needed" by Larisa Sadilova, thrilling melodrama "Goddness: how I felt in love" by Renata Letvinova and other films of modern Russian producers.
Russian minister arrived to Israel as a leader of representative delegation of cultural workers; among them are Nikita Mihalkov and Fedor Bondarchuk.
Festival program is oriented not only on Russian immigrates but also on audience that doesn`t know Russian language. All films will be demonstrated with English and Hebrew captioning data.
"Russian perspective" will be held in "Cinematic" auditoriums until October 18. But Russian cinema holiday will not end in Israel. The same day in Haifa starts 21-st international cinema festival where several Russian films are presented and on October 27 blockbuster "Night watch" by Timur Bekmambetov will appear in local cinemas.