10 October 2019 → Tickets for the Film Festival "Listapad" will go on sale on October 21
The programs of the main feature and documentary films, the contest "Youth on the March", the film contest for children and youth "Listapadzik", and the national film school contest of the 26th Minsk International Film Festival "Listapad" became known, the program directors and coordinators of the Forum said at a press conference, the "Minsk-Novosti Agency correspondent reports."
In 2019, 154 films from 50 countries will be submitted to the Film Festival. For the first time, works from Sudan and Senegal will be presented.
Screenings of the films of "Listapadzik" are scheduled from November 2 to 5. The competition of national film schools will be held from November 2 to 4.
Venues for the 26th Film Festival will be the cinema "Tsentralny", Falcon Club Boutique Cinema, Silver Screen in Galileo, the cinemas "Pioner", "Belarus" and the Museum of the History of Belarusian Cinema.
In the main competition of fiction films, viewers will see 12 films, in the competition "Youth on the March" - 12, in "Listapadzik" - 8, in the main competition for documentary films - 13, in the competition for national film schools - 22 from 15 schools.
Traditionally, the opening and closing ceremonies will be held in the cinema "Moskva".
"Our team has been conducting the festival for 10 years. And looking back, we are proud of what we have managed to do," says Angelika Krashevskaya, Director of the film festival "Listapadzik". "Around the world, such festivals are held primarily to promote their culture, so that there is a platform for communication between professionals and the presentation of the best of the national product. And it turns out with us," she added.
"Tickets for the opening of the Festival will appear on sale on October 21 (on the Internet and in box office of the cinema "Moskva"). The cost is 20 rubles, " explained Olga Bogovarova, Head of the Repertoire Planning and Forecasting Department of the UE "Kinovideoprokat "of the Minsk City Executive Committee. "Prices for film screenings range from 2.5 to 7 rubles. The cheapest are at the cinema "Pioner", the highest cost is at nightly shows at the cinema "Tsentralny".
You can see a movie in Falcon Club Boutique Cinema for 8 rubles, in Silver Screen in Galileo - for 6.
This year, for the first time, documentaries will be shown not in the cinema "Mir", but in more compact Silver Screen rooms. In addition to shows, concerts and meetings with authors will be held there.
News provided by Agency "Minsk-Novosti"
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