Capital international film Festival opens on Wednesday, the Russian-American documentary Film " the Red army " about the Soviet hockey player Vyacheslav Fetisov and stars club CSKA.
" The film festival opens with the Russian-American documentary Film " the Red army " (Russia, USA) Director Gabe Polish. In the heart of the story - the story of an outstanding hockey player Vyacheslav Fetisov about relationships in the famous club CSKA. The film participated in the competition program of the Cannes film festival and received a high appraisal, " said program Director of the festival Kirill Razlogov at a press conference.
in the competitive program of the festival of the Russian Federation represents a new film, " Yes and Yes " by Valeria Gai Germanicus ( " All will die but I will stay ", TV's " educational institution " ). In competition also involved painting " betya and Amare " Andy Ridge (Romania, USA, Spain, Canada, Germany, Ethiopia), " Refuge " Amikam Kovner (Israel), " Country of dreams " Petra Volpe (Germany, Switzerland), " my eyes " khaki Kurtulus and Melik Saracoglu (Turkey), " Hardcore Disco " by Krzysztof Skoneczny (Poland), " the Brothers. The final confession of Victoria Trofimenko (Ukraine), " My man " Kazuei Kumakiri (Japan), " Sentimentalists " Nicholas Triantafyllidis (Greece).
The jury will be headed by the Director Gleb Panfilov ( " Start ", " Vassa " ). Among the programs of the festival, in addition to the main competition of documentary films, competition of short films, special screenings, the programme " Europe plus Europe ", " Russian trace ", " the Divine trace ", " Far close ", " Wild nights ". For the anniversary of the classic of the Polish cinema, guest of the festival - Director Krzysztof Zanussi in the framework of the festival a retrospective program of films.
The festival will last till June 28. The closing film will be a blockbuster " planet of the apes. Revolution " Matt Reeves.
capital international film Festival is one of the oldest in the world. The first time it was held in 1935 under the chairmanship of Director Sergei Eisenstein. Awards of the festival was awarded to outstanding masters of world cinema: Akira Kurosawa, Federico Fellini, Ettore Scola, and others.