Russian-Ukrainian film " the Battle of Sevastopol Sergey Mokritsky will be released in wide release in China in September, reports the evening on the last working day of the week, the press service of the Russian Cinema stand, in which the picture is presented on the international film market, the Marche du Film in Cannes.
Between the Russian Cinema stand and Ukrainian Film company. UA signed a Treaty On General promotion of the "Battle for Sevastopol" abroad. The deal, which was signed at the joint Russian Cinema stand at the Marche du Film, said Manager international sales organization Film. UA Eugene Drachev.
"China is the big player in today's global market. This is one of the most complex and closed areas. To get a quote and go into wide distribution, in Addition to a strong product still ought to have a hefty force to discover the right people who can do It, " said Drachev, quoted by the press service.
in China, the film will be the local distributor of Lotus international Film Culture (Beijing) Media. The tape has already passed in China, the import quota and the quota for the release, the theme of the censorship, the Chinese side will do in the near future.
the press service of the Russian Cinema reminded, to date, the right of presentation of the painting sold to Asian countries - South Korea, Japan and Thailand. In addition, the film participated in the competition program of the 5th Beijing international film festival, where it played a major Role in the film Julia Peresild was awarded the prize in the nomination " best actress ".
the script is based on a passage from the biography of one of the most famous snipers of world war II, Hero of the Soviet Union Lyudmila Pavlichenko. Destroyed 309 German soldiers, she's from the Soviet delegation visited the United States in the White house, where he requested the opening of a second front, and became friends with his wife Eleanor Roosevelt. Role Pavlichenko played Yulia Peresild ( "Edge" ), the movie also starred Evgeniy Tsyganov ( " Brest fortress ", "Piter FM" ), Nikita Tarasov ( " private parts ", "Kitchen" ) and Joan Blackham ( "the Diary of Bridget Jones" ).