Festivals: call for entries

13 Open North Caucasus festival for cinema & TV "Kunaki" 

 

Where: Dagestan, Makhachkala

Wneh: 4-10.10.2019

Call for entries: from now until August 15th, 2019

 

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4 film festival Karek for children and youth

 

Where: Kyrgyzstan

Call for entries: from now until October 1st, 2019

 

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30th Open festival of the documentary cinema "Rossia", Ekaterinburg, 1-6/10/2019
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News

  • Thursday, 20 June 2019

    Cinema Department holds a seminar in Talas
     
    Place & time: Talas, Kyrgyzstan, 20-21.06.2019
    Theme of the seminar: "The role of cinema in the development of regions and digitalization"
    Organizer: Cinema Department
  • Thursday, 20 June 2019

    Cinema Department: Opening of the cinema caravan deducated to 80th anniversary of the famous Kyrgyz actor Suymenkul Chokmorov
     
    Place & time: Talas, Kyrgyzstan, 20-21.06.2019
    Organizer: Cinema Department
    Films to be shown there: "Karash, Karash okuyasy" & "Ulan"
     
  • Wednesday, 19 June 2019

    Photos: Screening of the film "Once More About Love"
     
    Place & time: Cinema House (Bishkek), 18.06.2019 at 4.30 pm
    Script-writer & film director: Zhanysh Dadabayev
    Short info about film: documentary, 2018, 34 min.
    Synopsis: This film is dedicated to famous Kyrgyz theatrical actress Zinaida Petrenko
    Language: Russian
  • Monday, 17 June 2019

    Tomorrow: Screening of the film "Once More About Love"
     
    Place & time: Cinema House (Bishkek), 18.06.2019 at 4.30 pm
    Script-writer & film director: Zhanysh Dadabayev
    Short info about film: documentary, 2018, 34 min.
    Synopsis: This film is dedicated to famous Kyrgyz theatrical actress Zinaida Petrenko
    Language: Russian
    Awards and festivals: Special jury prize at the Forum UMUT - 2018, Best Kyrgyz documentary at the National Cinema Award Ak Ilbirs for films made in 2018, participation at the First forum for documentaries of Central Asia in Almaty - 2018
     
  • Saturday, 15 June 2019

    Kyrgyzfilm will produce new short fiction "What I Forgot?"
     
    Script-writer: Iskandar Usmonov, Tajikistan
    Film-director: Tynchtyk Abylkasymov, Kyrgyzstan
    Production: Kyrgyzfilm
    Synopsis: The film tells the tragic & comic story of old Kamchibek Karimov, who unwittingly became a hostage to a difficult situation on the border of two neighboring countries - Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
    Location: Batken region in South Kyrgyzstan.
    Duration of the film: 20 min.
    Languages: Kyrgyz, Tajik, Russian
     
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