Courtesy of the Russian Film Festival, Film Blerg is giving away 10 double passes to a valid session of the RUSSIAN RESURRECTION FILM FESTIVAL, which screens across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide from 5-30 September. Visit the festival website for more information.
Don’t miss the chance to see the largest Russian film festival outside of Russia!
Festival Notes: The year 2012 – commemorates the bicentenary of Russia’s 1812 defeat of Napoleon, celebrates 70 years of Australia-Russia diplomatic relations and marks the ninth Russian Resurrection Film Festival. The largest festival of Russian Cinema outside of Russia today returns to screens Australia-wide this August and September sharing powerful cinematic moments in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth.
This year’s selections include:
- Vysotsky, the most successful Russian box office film of 2011-2012
- The hauntingly powerful crime thriller Home
- Two Days - The classic Russian conflict between intellectuals and the rich and powerful as to what is to be done with Russia’s future.
- Gromozeka is a bittersweet drama that combines the parallel lives of former band members twenty years on and how their lives continue to intersect.
- The multi-award winner, There Once Lived a Simple Woman
- Match, a story of love, football and war that is based on a true war story.
- Festival favourite, Shakhnazarov returns with a remarkable war flick, White Tiger - a mystical tale about an indestructible Nazi tank.
- A spy-thriller appropriately named Spy
- 2012 features not one, but two retrospectives – classic Chekhov screen adaptations (The Duel & Mikhalkov’s much loved Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano) which complement the new romantic interlude about Chekhov himself.
Get in early for tickets to experience one of the most eagerly awaited cinema events of all time: Bondarchuk’s Oscar winning epic: War & Peace in an all-day marathon screening.
How to win:
- Visit our Facebook page and hit the “SHARE” button on the RUSSIAN status.
- Write “Win free tickets to the RUSSIAN REVOLUTION FILM FESTIVAL” in the write something section.
- Send your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org with RUSSIAN in the subject.
Competition opens 9am AEST Monday 27th August, 2012 and closes 5pm AEST Sunday 2nd September, 2012.
Terms and conditions
- Passes are eligible only to Australian residents.
- Film Blerg and the Russian Resurrection Film Festival cannot be held accountable for any delay or loss of prizes.
- You must follow Film Blerg on Facebook or Twitter to be eligible.
- Any information sent remains confidential.