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All Films by Muratova Will Be Shown At the Rotterdam Film Festival
25.01.2013 07:12
All Films by Muratova Will Be Shown At the Rotterdam Film Festival

A complete retrospective of films of the director awarded with the "Silver Bear" of the Berlin IFF Kira Muratova will be held as a part of the 42nd International Film Festival in Rotterdam.


The Film Festival in Rotterdam will take place from January 23 to February 3. The program includes all 20 movies by Muratova that were created over 50 years of her career – from her first joint work with Alexander Muratov "Near the steep ravine" (1962) and to her last film "Eternal Homecoming. Casting” (2012), which participated in the official competition of the Rome International Film Festival in November 2012. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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