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Russian Resurrection Film Festival 2017


Sat 4 Nov 2017, 12:30pm
Sun 5 Nov 2017, 12:00pm
Mon 6 Nov 2017, 6:30pm
Tue 7 Nov 2017, 6:30pm
Wed 8 Nov 2017, 6:30pm

Where: Event Cinemas, Brisbane City Myer Centre, Elizabeth Street, Brisbane CBD, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $19.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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14 films have been chosen to celebrate one of the world’s most diverse film cultures. Viking, starring heart throbs Danila Kozlovsky and Svetlana Khodchenkova, is a thrilling, big-budget historic epic. In contrast, the award-winning Arrhythmia is a highly realistic, powerful and gripping arthouse drama. Russian cinema is known for its emotional intensity and Chukhray’s moving drama, Cold Tango, a film that brings to life the harrowing realities of what it is like to live in a country occupied by oppressive regimes. For something lighter see John Malkovich analyse the subject of love in About Love. Adults only. Laugh out loud at the latest cook-off in The Kitchen – The Final Battle. Buckle up for the girls road-trip film, Blockbuster, and strap yourself in for Russia’s first alien invasion film, Attraction.

Russian cinema has long had a tradition of telling great stories and this year is no exception. The Bolshoi is Valery Todorovsky’s (Hipsters, The Lover) celebrated new film about a young dancer from the provinces striving to make it big in the extremely competitive world of Russian ballet in a film that was shot inside the Majestic Bolshoi Theatre itself. Russian cinema has returned to exploring stories about travel to outer space. We have selected two new but very different sci-fi films—spacewalkers and Salyut-7. Russian literary adaptations are internationally celebrated. Shakhnazarov offers an innovative adaptation of Tolstoy with an epic version of Anna Karenina: Vronsky’s Story. While Pique Dame is inspired by Alexander Pushkin’s gothic thriller as a love triangle psychodrama set in Russia’s opera world.