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The Golden Crow International Arctic Film Festival has started in Chukotka

28.11.2022 ТАСС 85 просмотров

The special competition program of regional films will include 12 films.

The Golden Crow International Arctic Film Festival started on Monday in Chukotka with a screening of the film "Distant Loved Ones" directed by Ivan Sosnin. Everyone can watch the premiere film of the cultural event at the Polar cinema in Anadyr, the head of the district Department of Culture, Art and Folk Art Nikita Podgorbunskikh told TASS.

"The VI Arctic International Film Festival "Golden Crow" is one of the main cultural events in the Arctic, and it is a great honor for us that it takes place in Chukotka. The screening of paintings started today, the drama "Distant Loved Ones" opens the film festival. In total, 12 works will be presented in the international competition of feature films, including works by directors from Russia, Canada, Norway. The short section will feature 15 documentaries and 15 feature films," Nikita Podgorbunskikh said.

He added that since 2019, the Golden Crow Festival has been presenting a special competitive program of regional films "Kinovzlet!". In 2022, it will include 12 paintings. The winner of the grand Prix of the festival - the "Big Golden Crow" - will traditionally be chosen by the audience, and the rest of the prizes will be distributed by the jury. For the first time, representatives of the district will work in the jury. Viewers and guests of the VI Golden Crow International Film Festival can take part in a rich out-of-competition program, master classes and creative meetings.

The Arctic International Film Festival "Golden Crow" is held with the support of the Government of the Chukotka Autonomous District, the Ministry of Culture of Russia, the Presidential Fund for Cultural Initiatives, the Union of Cinematographers of Russia.

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