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1. 19th Israeli Film Festival (event) -

From 24 September to 11 October 2020, Pioner Cinema will host the 19th Israeli Film Festival, organized by Pioner together with the Israeli Embassy in Russia. The festival will feature the most interesting new releases in Israeli cinema: dramas, comedies and documentaries that have not seen previous release in Russia. Every year, films produced in […]

2. London International Animation Festival (film) -

LIAF is back in Russia—and this year, you can see it at Pioner starting 27 August. The program includes eight animated films from Europe and the United States: the festival hit “Daughter” (Doch’), by Oscar winner Darya Kashcheeva; “Symbiosis,” from the Annecy Festival’s official concourse program; “Gravity,” about the search for balance; “The Coin,” awarded […]

3. London International Animation Festival (event) -

LIAF is back in Russia—and this year, you can see it at Pioner starting 27 August. The program includes eight animated films from Europe and the United States: the festival hit “Daughter” (Doch’), by Oscar winner Darya Kashcheeva; “Symbiosis,” from the Annecy Festival’s official concourse program; “Gravity,” about the search for balance; “The Coin,” awarded […]

4. Archive (film) -

The year 2038. Young researcher George Almore, working on a secret project at a scientific research station near Kyoto, is on the verge of a breakthrough. For two and a half years, he has been working on a prototype android that could become a perfect likeness of a human. His work is almost finished, but […]

5. Sin (Grekh) (film) -

Andrey Konchalovsky’s new film tells the story of Michelangelo Buonarroti, the great artist—and sinner. He dedicated his whole life to the search for God, but he was tormented by challenges that were all too earthly and human. Having finished work on the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo must begin work on creating Pope Julius II’s tomb, on […]

6. City Lights (film) -

The little masterpieces of Charlie Chaplin are coming back to the big screen. All films will be screened with the original soundtrack and Russian subtitles. “City Lights” is Chaplin’s last silent film, which was shot during the years of the Great Depression and gave audiences the chance to believe in a happy fairy tale. As […]

7. Zeroville (film) -

The 1960s are here: a time of change in the film industry. Architecture student and passionate film fan (his bald head features a tattoo of Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift) comes to Hollywood in search of his dream. His passion makes an impression, and soon he finds himself in the wild whirlpool of new, independent […]

8. 18th Annual Israeli Film Festival (event) -

Pioner Cinema and the Embassy of Israel in Moscow present the 18th annual Israeli Film Festival, which will take place from 12-15 September. Every year, it becomes more and more interesting to follow the progress of Israeli film — the mastery and quality of the films and television presented only grow, and Israel’s presence on […]

9. 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (film) -

Dubbed version at Pioner open Air in Gorky Park Five friends set off for the Brazilian nature tourism Mecca of Recife, famous for its beautiful beaches and thrilling parties. After hearing from a local guide about the ruins of an ancient city hidden under water, they start searching for their own Atlantis. But the girls […]

10. Zombi Child (film) -

Bertrand Bonello — an intellectual, cinephile, and the creator of films about Yves Saint-Laurent, pornography, and the Paris terrorists — presents a new project: a mystical story about occult spirits and impressionable teenagers. The director reimagines the zombie horror genre, following his elder colleague Jim Jarmusch, who also put in his two cents on the […]