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The Russian House in Brussels proudly presents to your attention a film festival dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Russia’s largest film studio – “Mosfilm”, a retrospective by the famous Russian film director Karen Shakhnazarov (OV, English  or French subtitles)

We look forward to seeing you at our screenings!!!

Festival Schedule:

May 13th, 19.00 – Dedicated to the Victory Day and the 79 years of the WWII end –  “White Tiger”, 2012, directed by Karen Shakhnazarov.

Venue: Russian House in Brussels. 21, rue du Méridien, 1210 Brussels

May 21st, 19.00“Courier”, 1986, directed by Karen Shakhnazarov.

Venue: Russian House in Brussels. 21, rue du Méridien, 1210 Brussels

September 23th, 20.30 Opening of the Festival, “Anna Karenina. Vronsky’s Story”, 2017, will be presented by the film director Karen Shakhnazarov.

Venue: Cinema Galeries. 26, Galerie de la Reine, 1000 Brussels !!!

September 25th, 19.00The Assassin of the Tsar“, 1991, will be presented by the film director Karen Shakhnazarov.

Venue: Russian House in Brussels. 21, rue du Méridien, 1210 Brussels

October 01th, 19.00 Khitrovka. The Sign of Four”, 2023, directed by Karen Shakhnazarov.

Venue: Russian House in Brussels. 21, rue du Méridien, 1210 Brussels

October 03th, 19.00 “Jazzmen”, 1983, directed by Karen Shakhnazarov.

Venue: Russian House in Brussels. 21, rue du Méridien, 1210 Brussels

Please present the QR code at the entrance.

«Jazzmen»

Director: Karen Shakhnazarov.

Cinematography: Vladimir Shevchik, Vladimir Zakharchuk.

Starring: Igor Sklyar, Alexander Pankratov-Chyorny.

1983*89 min.

English subtitles.

This musical comedy tells the story of young enthusiasts who created one of the first jazz bands in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. They dream of fame and travel to Moscow, joyfully overcoming numerous obstacles on the way to recognition…

100 Years of Mosfilm

In 2024, the film studio Mosfilm celebrated its 100th anniversary since its founding. Mosfilm is part of Russia’s national heritage, its journey inseparable from the country’s history. Across hundreds of kilometers of film, it encapsulates the dreams and disappointments of a great era, the feats of its people, and the destiny of individuals.

The foundation of Mosfilm traces back to the First and Third film factories of Goskino, established in 1919. Over the initial years, the studio underwent multiple reorganizations and renamings until January 1936, when it acquired the name “Mosfilm Studio”.

Nearly 2000 feature films have been created here, shaping the cinematic tastes of generations. Over the years, the studio has hosted remarkable directors, whose works are enshrined in the Golden Fund of Russian and world cinema.

Today, the Mosfilm Film Concern stands as a leading enterprise in Russia’s film industry, equipped with state-of-the-art technology and uniting the best creative and production cinematic forces. The production base of the Mosfilm Film Concern produces the majority of contemporary Russian film productions.

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