Russian films find new audience in Hanoi

VOV.VN - Russian Film Month kicked off in Hanoi on August 8, introducing local movie goers to the best of Russian cinematography over recent years.

The Centre for Science and Culture of Russia in Hanoi introduced a film known as “Bolshoy” on August 8 to mark the start of Russian Film Month which is running with the aim of celebrating Russian Cinema Day which falls on August 27. In the film, actress Margarita Simonova plays lead character Julia Olshanskaya. (Photo source: Russia News Today)
A representative of the Centre for Science and Culture of Russia speaks to the audience during the opening ceremony.
The screening of the movie to launch the festival sees a large crowd in attendance.
Director Valery Todorovsky (second from left) poses for a photo alongside the actors and actresses from the film “Bolshoy”. (Photo source: TriCoast Entertainment)
The film “Bolshoy” tells a story about a Russian ballerina who struggles to put on a show at the Bolshoy theatre. Here are some scenes from the movie. (Photo source: TriCoast Entertainment)
The film contains a message for viewers about facing and overcoming challenges and the way to success. (Photo source: TriCoast Entertainment)
The screenings of the Russian films will take place at the Centre for Science and Culture of Russia located at 501 Kim Ma street in Hanoi each Thursday in August, specifically on August 15, August 22, and August 29, with guests enjoying free admission. (Photo source: TriCoast Entertainment)