38 MIFF PRIZES

 

Main Prize “Golden George” for the best film: THE DAUGHTER (dir. REZA MIRKARIMI, Iran)

I BELIEVE!

 

Special Prize for The Outstanding Achievement In The Career Of Acting and Devotion To The Principles of K. Stanislavsky's school went to Russian actress MARINA NEYOLOVA

Carlos Saura in Moscow

 

The 38th Moscow Film Festival prize “For an Outstanding Contribution to the World Cinema” is awarded to Spanish film director Carlos Saura

The 38th MIFF prize is awarded to director Stephen Frears

 

FIRST PRIZES OF THE 38TH MOSCOW FILM FESTIVAL

 

SERGEY SOLOVYOV, an outstanding Russian filmmaker, received the Special Prize for An Outstanding Contribution to the World Cinema at the opening ceremony of the 38th Moscow International Film Festival in Pushkinsky concert hall on June 23.

Competition

 

38 Moscow Film Festival' final line-up

Jury

 

The list of the Jury members of the 38th Moscow Intetnational Film Festival has been announced

SPECTRUM

 

When “Spectrum” appeared for the first time among Moscow Film Festival’s programs, one of the renowned film critics joked nervously it must be a ghost produced by James Bond's subconscious.

Russian cinema. Year and century

 

As 2016 was announced the Year of the Russian Cinema, the 38th MIFF features Russian and Soviet films that have become international icons.

The Xi’An Film Studio. Pages of history

 

Last year we presented a program of the famous film studio of the town Xi’an, which was founded basing to a significant extent on its creative leader, director and producer Wu Tianming’s legacy. This year we continue our introduction to this studio’s works in a larger context.

Korea. History and present day. Films by Lee Jun-Ik

 

The Republic of Korea today presents its films in all three competition programs. Director Lee Jun-Ik’s personal retrospective adds a multidimensional touch to the outlook of the world’s leading cinema school.

The opening and closing films

 

At the first official press conference in the Cannes on the 18th of May the opening and closing films of the MIFF were named

Free Thought

 

The documentary program “Free Thought” has been part of the Festival since 2006. Since that time it has presented to Russian viewers more than 150 Russian premieres of the best foreign documentaries.

EUROPEAN EUPHORIA: BETWEEN HEAVEN AND HELL

 

The past year was a difficult one, but the worst trials befell Europe, such as it had not known since the Second World War.

MISSING PICTURES

 

Not all movies are readily accessible. Some of them are fairly good. So much so that like Ciderellas they fade from the view of princes-selectors even before the end of the festival ball.

8 1/2 FILMS

 

“Eight And a Half Films” is one of the oldest and most popular programs of the Moscow Film Festival. For the first time it appeared in 1999.

THE TIME OF WOMEN

 

In the 21st century in the film industry sexism is becoming a thing of the past. Each year more and more women leave their mark as filmmakers, world film festivals seek out works by female directors for their programs.

HOLLAND PLUS

 

Dutch cinema is notoriously always open for directors whose artistic identity is wider than any geographic borders.

Discovery: Cinema of the Turbulent Arab East

 

The program introduces our viewers to a whole new world. Today the Arab World is the focal point of conflicts (many of them bloody) and contradictions threatening the stability on our planet.

Towards the 120th Anniversary of “Gaumont”

 

With its production facilities, distribution and cinema halls networks and a catalogue of the most prestigious films in the world “Gaumon” is at present one of the most influential players in the world of film business.

Sex. Food. Culture. Death.

 

This program used to be called "Sex. Food. Culture. Glory". This year the last part was changed from "Glory" to "Death".

Ulrike Ottinger. An Hommage

 

Ulrike Ottinger grew up in Konstanz, where she opened her own studio at an early age. From 1962 until 1968, she lived and worked as an artist in Paris, where she exhibited at the Salon de la Jeune Peinture and elsewhere.

Main Prize “Golden George” for the best film: THE DAUGHTER (dir. REZA MIRKARIMI, Iran) >>

38 Moscow Film Festival' final line-up >>

As 2016 was announced the Year of the Russian Cinema, the 38th MIFF features Russian and Soviet films that have become international icons. >>

At the first official press conference in the Cannes on the 18th of May the opening and closing films of the MIFF were named >>

Not all movies are readily accessible. Some of them are fairly good. So much so that like Ciderellas they fade from the view of princes-selectors even before the end of the festival ball. >>

Dutch cinema is notoriously always open for directors whose artistic identity is wider than any geographic borders. >>

This program used to be called "Sex. Food. Culture. Glory". This year the last part was changed from "Glory" to "Death". >>

Special Prize for The Outstanding Achievement In The Career Of Acting and Devotion To The Principles of K. Stanislavsky's school went to Russian actress MARINA NEYOLOVA >>

SERGEY SOLOVYOV, an outstanding Russian filmmaker, received the Special Prize for An Outstanding Contribution to the World Cinema at the opening ceremony of the 38th Moscow International Film Festival in Pushkinsky concert hall on June 23. >>

The list of the Jury members of the 38th Moscow Intetnational Film Festival has been announced >>

Last year we presented a program of the famous film studio of the town Xi’an, which was founded basing to a significant extent on its creative leader, director and producer Wu Tianming’s legacy. This year we continue our introduction to this studio’s works in a larger context. >>

The documentary program “Free Thought” has been part of the Festival since 2006. Since that time it has presented to Russian viewers more than 150 Russian premieres of the best foreign documentaries. >>

“Eight And a Half Films” is one of the oldest and most popular programs of the Moscow Film Festival. For the first time it appeared in 1999. >>

The program introduces our viewers to a whole new world. Today the Arab World is the focal point of conflicts (many of them bloody) and contradictions threatening the stability on our planet. >>

Ulrike Ottinger grew up in Konstanz, where she opened her own studio at an early age. From 1962 until 1968, she lived and worked as an artist in Paris, where she exhibited at the Salon de la Jeune Peinture and elsewhere. >>

The 38th Moscow Film Festival prize “For an Outstanding Contribution to the World Cinema” is awarded to Spanish film director Carlos Saura >>

Chopard becomes a partner and an official jeweler of the 38th Moscow International Film Festival >>

When “Spectrum” appeared for the first time among Moscow Film Festival’s programs, one of the renowned film critics joked nervously it must be a ghost produced by James Bond's subconscious. >>

The Republic of Korea today presents its films in all three competition programs. Director Lee Jun-Ik’s personal retrospective adds a multidimensional touch to the outlook of the world’s leading cinema school. >>

The past year was a difficult one, but the worst trials befell Europe, such as it had not known since the Second World War. >>

In the 21st century in the film industry sexism is becoming a thing of the past. Each year more and more women leave their mark as filmmakers, world film festivals seek out works by female directors for their programs. >>

With its production facilities, distribution and cinema halls networks and a catalogue of the most prestigious films in the world “Gaumon” is at present one of the most influential players in the world of film business. >>