From June 21 to 30 the 34th Moscow International Film Festival will take place in the Russia capitol city. Featuring 16 films, the festival will open with an adaptation of Russian bestseller Dukhless (Soulles) by Sergey Minayev.
Featuring 16 movies, this year’s festival will include the event’s first ever program for short films. The addition to the festival comes shortly after Russia’s Taisia Igumentseva won an award for her short film in Cannes.
According to Pyotr Shepotinnik, one of the festival’s organizers, the final program has not yet been set and additional films can still be added.
Source: The Voice of Russia