Year of premieres ahead

[b]Belarusfilm National Film Studio — among the leading studios in Eastern Europe — is celebrating the 90th anniversary of Belarusian cinema. A range of landmark events is scheduled to delight cinema fans, including the premiere of Belye Rosy Returns in Februrary. The full-length feature film continues Igor Dobrolyubov’s famous Belye Rosy, with Alexey Dudarev, Alexandra Butor and Yulia Girel having written the new script.[/b]
Oleg SilvanovichOleg Silvanovich, Belarusfilm’s Director General:
Belarusfilm National Film Studio — among the leading studios in Eastern Europe — is celebrating the 90th anniversary of Belarusian cinema. A range of landmark events is scheduled to delight cinema fans, including the premiere of Belye Rosy Returns in Februrary. The full-length feature film continues Igor Dobrolyubov’s famous Belye Rosy, with Alexey Dudarev, Alexandra Butor and Yulia Girel having written the new script.
In March, Happy Women’s Day, Men! Will hit Belarusian screens. The romantic comedy, shot with Russian Moskit film company, is directed by Artem Aksenenko and has a script written by Anna Krutova.
Belarusfilm Studio continues to liaise with foreign cinematographers this year, planning its second Union State venture: an epic adventure entitled The First World War, with a script written by Eduard Volodarsky. Meanwhile, our joint work with Russian STV film company, I Won’t Return, is headed for international festivals. The film is directed and produced by Ilmar Raag, with a script by Yaroslav Pulinovich and Oleg Gaze.
Full-length documentary NorviliЁkės Border, scripted and directed by Dmitry Makhomet and shot jointly with French ARTURO MIO Studio, is also headed to the festival circuit. The film saw participation from France’s National Centre of Cinematography CNC, alongside the French Producers Society Procirep (French ARTE FRANCE TV Channel).
Children’s animated film, The Spoon, based on Belarusian writer Yanka Mavr’s story and dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Belarus’ liberation from Nazi invaders, features a script by Dmitry Yakutovich. The 80th anniversary of the Polesie Robinsons film (1934) is being marked by the release of a two-episode feature film entitled Miracle Island, or the Polesie Robinsons. Directed by Sergey Sychev, it follows Yanka Mavr’s plot, while Fiodor and Yegor Konev’s script is heavily inspired by the original.
Popular TV series State Border: Messenger of Fear returns, with two-episode and feature length formats; scriptwriter Valentin Zaluzhny has been helped by director-producer Igor Chetverikov. A short-length feature film entitled The Russian, based on the story by the Belarusian classic literary writer Maxim Goretsky, is also to be broadcast. Victor Aslyuk is scriptwriter and director-producer.
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