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The rebirth of Russian cinema. The Caspian Sea Monster

The rebirth of Russian cinema (01.30, 09.30, 17.30)

Find out about real renaissance of the Russian film industry. After years of the decline Russian cinema has been experiencing a real boom. Film producers, directors and everyone who’s involved in making films are doing everything to rouse the viewers’ interest in the films made in Russia. In the past few years films made to high technological and professional standards have been released and their success in cinema theatres has exceeded all expectations.

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The Caspian Sea Monster  (05.30, 13.30, 21.30)

In August of 1967 an American spy satellite took sensational photographs. A huge unknown machine that looked like an aircraft, some 100 metres long and about 500 tons in weight, was flying over the Caspian Sea waters at more than 500 kilometres per hour. Pentagon analysts called this object “the Caspian sea monster”. It was constructed to make the Soviet Union a naval superpower. Find out about the history of the Caspian sea monster’s construction and its rebirth today.

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