VI Festival "Eurasian Bridge" will be held in Yalta in October

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The sixth annual International Festival "Eurasian Bridge" will be held in Yalta from October 1 to 5, 2022. Open to the public, the festival will host feature, documentary, and special screenings, will be presented. Admission is free.

The festival has retained its international status, despite the difficult political situation in the world. It is intended to emphasize the importance and unifying power of culture, and, justifying the name, act as a bridge connecting the cinema of Europe and Asia.

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The international jury of the game competition this year included the director and producer Kuldip Patel (India), the Russian actor, director and producer Kirill Zaitsev, the chairman of the jury will be the director and screenwriter Ernest Abdyjaparov (Kyrgyzstan).

The documentary film competition will be judged by director Chan Gun-ho (Republic of Korea), film critic and producer from Bulgaria Alexander Donev. Director Galina Adamovich (Belarus) will chair the jury.

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"Thank you very much for the invitation to the film festival in Yalta. I am glad to visit another film event in the homeland of Anton Chekhov and meet talented artists. It will be an honor for me to look at the work of other directors and give them the awards they deserve, " said documentary competition jury member Jang Gun-ho.

The feature film competition consists of 8 films, including "Maria. Ocean Angel (Sri Lanka), Snow White Dies at the End (North Macedonia/Cyprus), Velga (Russia), Ghost Island (Germany/Spain), Pedro (India), Goodbye Beijing "(China), "So close to the sun" (France / Russia), as well as "The Adventures of Little Baja" by Alexander Galibin, who presents his works at the festival for the third time.

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The documentary section presents 8 films, Russian and foreign. The festival will also include several out-of-competition screenings and a retrospective in memory of Vladimir Etush. The films "Men's conversation", "Old, old fairy tale", "Incorrigible liar", "The Adventures of Pinocchio" and others will be shown.

The festival will open on October 1 with Natalia Nazarova's painting "You Can't Cry", starring Svetlana Chuikina, Ivan Yankovsky and others. The closing film will be Yusup Razykov's thriller The French Master starring Alexei Guskov and Anna Chipovskaya.

Competitive screenings will be held at the Saturn cinema in Yalta, Etush's retrospective screenings will be held at the Yalta Cultural Center. Admission to all shows is free.

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The Eurasian Bridge Festival was first held in 2016. In 2014, at the presentation of the film Sunstroke, Nikita Mikhalkov proposed establishing an annual film festival that would be held in Crimea to revive and popularize Crimean cinema in the Eurasian space and would give impetus to strengthening international cultural ties. The festival is held with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Government of the Republic of Crimea, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Crimea.

The full program of the film festival and the schedule can be found on the website

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