For three thousand years, the Jewish people have been scattered around the world. That is why Jewish cinema is created in many different countries, alongside with special festivals that select and showcase those films. The Jewish Film Festival® in Moscow became the first of its kind in Russia. It was founded in 2015 and has been held annually ever since.ABOUT FESTIVAL
This is the detailed life story of Carl Laemmle, an entrepreneurial German immigrant of Jewish ancestry, who created the famous Universal Studios. He was one of the first executives who did not hesitate to hire women as directors, cinematographers and screenwriters. During the WWII he greatly angered Hitler.
Gentle and ironic Slovakian road-movie brings us into the very heart of old Europe that has been irrevocably changed and cannot be recognized beneath the wounds left by World War II.
The year is 1989 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The power is in the hands of dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam, who recruits soldiers for his army from the streets. Mina, the sixteen-year-old Jewish girl, tries to survive in this surreal autocratic regime. Mina’s family plans to move to Israel...
The city after which the film is named is, in fact, a Hasidic village to the north of New York City, which became so successful in following the 613 rules of the Talmud that its population grew too large for its territory.
General producer of the NTV television company, member of the International Academy of EMMI, Academy of Russian Television, Russian Academy of Cinematographic Arts.
CEO of METRAFILMS Studio. Producer of such films as "Paper Soldier", "A Room and a Half", "Act of Nature", "Under the Electric Clouds", "Anna's War", "Dovlatov", "The Humorist".
Russian film director, screenwriter and producer. The creator of such films as "About love. Only for adults", "What is my name", "Loyalty".
Creators of the Moscow Jewish Film Festival announce dates for its fifth-anniversary edition
Creators of the 5th Moscow Jewish Film Festival announce that submissions are now open
The 4th Moscow Jewish Film Festival announces its winners
Vladimir Mashkov received the Honorary prize "For outstanding contribution to the development of Jewish films in Russia"
5th Moscow Jewish Film Festival will take place at several cultural platforms of Moscow
on 23-30 June 2019