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"THE NOTE. Life of Rudolf Barshai as told by himself in the film by Oleg Dorman". Russia, 2012. Documentary, 90 min. Producers: Felix Dektor and Oleg Dorman Awards: Bestenliste 4/2013; Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik (DVD release) Germany. “If, while taking advantage of equal rights, ignorance and bad taste reduce art to a pleasing trifle, then to what purpose did our predecessors work and suffer? What value does each of us have if we give up our personal duties to merge…Find out more »
*POSTPONED until further notice* Member of the Family or Barbarian at the Gate? Russia and the West by Sir Tony Brenton & CamRuSS AGM
Russian bear We regret to inform you that in light of the accelerating health crises and following a consultation with our members we decided to prioritise the well-being of our community and postpone Sir Tony Brenton’s talk, our Annual General Meeting as well as all events scheduled for March. We will continue working remotely and will communicate with CamRuSS members regarding arrangements for the online consultations regarding AGM report and plans for 2020. Sir Tony Brenton's talk will take place…Find out more »
*POSTPONED until further notice* The Lenin Factor. (2019) Film screening with presentation and Q&As with director V. Khotinenko
To mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of V.I.Lenin we are delighted to present a screening of the latest film by Vladimir Khotinenko "The Lenin Factor" (2019) as part of the Russian-British Sochi International Film Festival and Awards in the UK. Year of production: 2019 Runtime: 113 min. Age qualification: 12+ Director: Vladimir Khotinenko Producers: Sergey Melkumov, Anton Zlatopolsky, Alexander Rodnyansky, Vladimir Khotinenko, Dmitry Litvinov, Vera Malysheva Writers: Kirill Zhurenkov, Nadezhda Vorobyova DOP: Denis Alarcon Ramirez Production Designer: Sergey Ivanov Production: Roi Studio Country: Russia Key cast: Evgeny Mironov, Daria Ekamasova,…Find out more »
*POSTPONED until further notice* CamRuSS Russian History & Arts lecture series. Talk 3: “Russian Portraiture: From Parsuna to Modernism.” by Dr Nicky Kozicharow.
Dmitri Levitzky, Portrait of a student of the Empress School for Noble Maidens Ekaterina Ivanovna Nelidova dressed as Seprpina ("La serva padrona"), 1773 THIS TALK HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNIL FURTHER NOTICE. In 1764, the Imperial Academy of Arts in St Petersburg ranked portraiture as the most celebrated type of painting in the hierarchy of genres. This unusual move was unprecedented in European academies, who prized historical or mythological scenes above all other modes of painting, and speaks to Russia’s rich…Find out more »