A tribute to renowned Soviet film director, Mikhail Kalik (1927-2017) and his films with music scores by internationally acclaimed composer, Mikael Tariverdiev.
A great name of 60’s Soviet cinema, Kalik’s films were banned, shelved and almost forgotten. Two short documentaries will be shown exploring Kalik and Tariverdiev’s work as well as stylish film To Love (1968).
Presented by London composer and the Real Tuesday and Weld frontman Stephen Coates, and Golden Unicorn Awards Jury member, film scholar Olga Sherwood.
Russian Film Week includes world premieres and screenings of contemporary Russian films in cinema theaters in London and other UK cities bringing the best of Russian culture. 2017 is set to be a great year for the RFW featuring a diversified screening programme, a strong educational (masterclasses, lectures, talks) programme, exhibitions, industry events, VIP programme and entertainment. RFW’s partners this year include the BFI, Science Museum, Synergy University, Regent Street Cinema, Film London, Russian Ministry of Culture and many more.