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Patriotic War Film Draws Record 8M Russians
A state-funded Russian war film has become the second highest grossing home-grown production since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Russia's Culture Minister Outraged by Success of J.K. Rowling's 'Fantastic Beasts' Blockbuster
Medinsky called to ramp up state protectionism efforts in order to save the domestic film industry from the “global machine that is Hollywood.”
Russia Halts Release of Hollywood Movie That Portrays Kremlin Coup
The thriller "Hunter Killer" was due to hit screens in Russia on Nov. 1, but the release was pulled.
See 'Stalker' on the Big Screen
A rare screening of an even rarer remastered classic. Don't miss it!
See and Celebrate Mikhail Bulgakov's 'Heart of a Dog'
A 30th anniversary is a good reason to see a great film and learn more about the author with The Moscow Times Clubs.
Have a Very Beat Week
Catch up with cool music and culture this week at the Beat Festival Weekend.
Indie Film Festivals in Russia Under Fire Over New Government Restrictions
"It looks like by the end of the year, we will no longer be watching good older films on Russian screens,” one company said.
Russian Roots Bring Sony Gold
Genndy Tartakovsky's third vampire animated feature hits the theaters everywhere in the world this week, including Russia.
Life-Size 'Millennium Falcon' Graffiti Lands on Moscow Roof for Star Wars Premiere
“Solo: A Star Wars Story" rolled out in Russian theaters on Thursday.
New Film About Writer Sergei Dovlatov
Directed by Alexei German, Jr., “Dovlatov” premiered at the Berlin Film Festival to critical acclaim and brisk sales.
The Man Who Saved the World
A film that is half-documentary and half-feature tells the story of a Soviet officer who trusted his instincts and averted nuclear war.
Russian Spy Thriller at a Movie Theater Near You
The Russian-themed spy thriller "Red Sparrow" is about to open in theaters around the world – maybe even in Russia.
Russia Postpones Disney’s ‘Avengers’ Until After WWII Flick Inspired by Culture Minister
Russia’s Culture Ministry postpones a major feature that was originally scheduled to premiere on the same day as a Russian film he had reportedly inspired...
‘From Venice to Moscow’
Moscow’s Cinema Oktyabr is hosting the 9th “From Venice to Moscow” Film Festival, a standing movie date for Russian audiences.
Eight Russian Films to Watch in 2018
Is the Russian film industry going to keep up last year's successes?
Andrei Arkhangelsky for Republic
Why Russia Has a Problem With ‘The Death of Stalin’ (Op-ed)
We can criticize Stalin, but we cannot laugh
Russia’s Top 6 Screen Scandals
Here’s a look back at some of the big screen scandals of the past few years
Russian Film ‘Loveless’ Nominated for Academy Award
Zvyagintsev’s drama was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award earlier this month.
Looking Back at the Year in Russian Cinema
2016 was the Year of the Cinema, but it was a bust. In this year — officially the Year of Ecology — cinema had its boom.
Ending the Year on a High Note
The end of the year is a magical season — but it can also be stressful. Here are some tips to end the year on an easier and happier note.
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