UKRAINIAN AUTHORITIES BAN RUSSIAN FILMS FROM ORTHODOX FILM FESTIVAL

Pravoslavie.ru - 29/1/17 Just a few days before the January 26 opening of an international Orthodox film festival, Ukrainian authorities announced that the screening of all Russian films would be banned, reports Interfax-Religion. Initially the Ukrainian State Committee for Cinematography banned the entire “Film Festival on the Dnieper,” believing it had discerned in it signs of propaganda ...

Kusturica : Serbian, Russian Films Need To Get Rid Of Hollywood Influence

In Serbia - February 2015 Well-known Serbian film director, Emir Kusturica, said on Monday that Russian and Serbian film industries needed to undergo “cultural de-colonization” and get rid of Hollywood influence, TASS reports. “Russia has never been anybody’s colony but Hollywood has managed to colonize it. Colonization is a dangerous thing. When a Russian film starts looking like ...

“Let There Be Light” Award Ceremony in Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin

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On July 18, His Holiness Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, presided over the "Let There Be Light" Awards Ceremony. As a part of the Golden Apricot International Film Festival, the award "Let there be light" has been established by the Holy Armenian Apostolic Church. The ceremony was held in the Events ...