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Moscow International Film Festival competition program

June 18, 2014, 13:21 UTC+3
The sixteen films to compete at the Moscow International Film Festival June 19-28 in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS
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'Brothers. The Final Confession' is the first feature-length film of Ukrainian director Victoria Trofimenko. The film is based on the book 'Bumble-bee honey' by Swedish writer Torgny Lindgren
'Brothers. The Final Confession' is the first feature-length film of Ukrainian director Victoria Trofimenko. The film is based on the book 'Bumble-bee honey' by Swedish writer Torgny Lindgren
'Brothers. The Final Confession' is the first feature-length film of Ukrainian director Victoria Trofimenko. The film is based on the book 'Bumble-bee honey' by Swedish writer Torgny Lindgren
© Moscow International Film Festival
The 'Whole Shebang' by German director Doris Dorrie is a melancholic comedy about mothers and daughters , about love’s ups and downs and the shortcomings of alternative and middle-class live concepts
The 'Whole Shebang' by German director Doris Dorrie is a melancholic comedy about mothers and daughters , about love’s ups and downs and the shortcomings of alternative and middle-class live concepts
The 'Whole Shebang' by German director Doris Dorrie is a melancholic comedy about mothers and daughters , about love’s ups and downs and the shortcomings of alternative and middle-class live concepts
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Hardcore Disco' by Krzysztof Skonieczny. The Polish director is best known for actor's work. He's also renowned as author of documentaries
'Hardcore Disco' by Krzysztof Skonieczny. The Polish director is best known for actor's work. He's also renowned as author of documentaries
'Hardcore Disco' by Krzysztof Skonieczny. The Polish director is best known for actor's work. He's also renowned as author of documentaries
© Moscow International Film Festival
Thriller 'The Most dangerous man' by Dutch director Anton Corbijn is the author's third feature-length film. In 2007 he won the Golden Camera of the Cannes festival for his biographical film about the life of Ian Curtis, singer of Joy Division
Thriller 'The Most dangerous man' by Dutch director Anton Corbijn is the author's third feature-length film. In 2007 he won the Golden Camera of the Cannes festival for his biographical film about the life of Ian Curtis, singer of Joy Division
Thriller 'The Most dangerous man' by Dutch director Anton Corbijn is the author's third feature-length film. In 2007 he won the Golden Camera of the Cannes festival for his biographical film about the life of Ian Curtis, singer of Joy Division
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Yes and Yes' is another film by Russia's Valeriya Gai Germanika, who got multiple awards for the 'Everybody Dies But Me'
'Yes and Yes' is another film by Russia's Valeriya Gai Germanika, who got multiple awards for the 'Everybody Dies But Me'
'Yes and Yes' is another film by Russia's Valeriya Gai Germanika, who got multiple awards for the 'Everybody Dies But Me'
© Moscow International Film Festival
Israeli director Amikam Kovner, author of 'Haven', graduated from Tel Aviv University's Film Department with honors. His short film 'Scar' (2004) was screened in dozens of film festivals
Israeli director Amikam Kovner, author of 'Haven', graduated from Tel Aviv University's Film Department with honors. His short film 'Scar' (2004) was screened in dozens of film festivals
Israeli director Amikam Kovner, author of 'Haven', graduated from Tel Aviv University's Film Department with honors. His short film 'Scar' (2004) was screened in dozens of film festivals
© Moscow International Film Festival
Greek director Nicholas Triandafyllidis will present his new film 'The sentimantalists'.  His first short film 'Dogs Licking My Heart' won the first price at the Greek Short Film Festival. He directed the legendary documentary 'I Put A Spell On Me' (2001)
Greek director Nicholas Triandafyllidis will present his new film 'The sentimantalists'.  His first short film 'Dogs Licking My Heart' won the first price at the Greek Short Film Festival. He directed the legendary documentary 'I Put A Spell On Me' (2001)
Greek director Nicholas Triandafyllidis will present his new film 'The sentimantalists'. His first short film 'Dogs Licking My Heart' won the first price at the Greek Short Film Festival. He directed the legendary documentary 'I Put A Spell On Me' (2001)
© Moscow International Film Festival
Russian director Vladimir Tumaev will present a story ('White Yagel') of a local place in the Tundra preparing for a wedding
Russian director Vladimir Tumaev will present a story ('White Yagel') of a local place in the Tundra preparing for a wedding
Russian director Vladimir Tumaev will present a story ('White Yagel') of a local place in the Tundra preparing for a wedding
© Moscow International Film Festival
'My Man' is a criminal drama by Japanese director Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
'My Man' is a criminal drama by Japanese director Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
'My Man' is a criminal drama by Japanese director Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Paris Follies' by French director Marc Fitoussi is a story about two dreamers at a farm in Normandie and their struggle to reinvent themselves
'Paris Follies' by French director Marc Fitoussi is a story about two dreamers at a farm in Normandie and their struggle to reinvent themselves
'Paris Follies' by French director Marc Fitoussi is a story about two dreamers at a farm in Normandie and their struggle to reinvent themselves
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Eye am' by directors Hakki Kurtulus and Melik Saracoglu is a story of a young film-freak who nearly goes totally blind. The film is based on real events in the life of one of its directors
'Eye am' by directors Hakki Kurtulus and Melik Saracoglu is a story of a young film-freak who nearly goes totally blind. The film is based on real events in the life of one of its directors
'Eye am' by directors Hakki Kurtulus and Melik Saracoglu is a story of a young film-freak who nearly goes totally blind. The film is based on real events in the life of one of its directors
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Reporter' is the new film by Dutch director Thijs Gloger. His second feature 'Holland' (2009) was screened at the 31st MIFF in the section '8 ½ Films'. 'Bebop' (2010) participated in the competition 'Perspectives' at the 33rd MIFF
'Reporter' is the new film by Dutch director Thijs Gloger. His second feature 'Holland' (2009) was screened at the 31st MIFF in the section '8 ½ Films'. 'Bebop' (2010) participated in the competition 'Perspectives' at the 33rd MIFF
'Reporter' is the new film by Dutch director Thijs Gloger. His second feature 'Holland' (2009) was screened at the 31st MIFF in the section '8 ½ Films'. 'Bebop' (2010) participated in the competition 'Perspectives' at the 33rd MIFF
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Unripe Pomegranates' is a feature debut by Majid-Reza Mostafavi. The film pictures the difficulties a family in Iran has to face, like a mother suffering from Alzheimer's and a tragic accident making the husband unable to work
'Unripe Pomegranates' is a feature debut by Majid-Reza Mostafavi. The film pictures the difficulties a family in Iran has to face, like a mother suffering from Alzheimer's and a tragic accident making the husband unable to work
'Unripe Pomegranates' is a feature debut by Majid-Reza Mostafavi. The film pictures the difficulties a family in Iran has to face, like a mother suffering from Alzheimer's and a tragic accident making the husband unable to work
© Moscow International Film Festival
'The Avian Kind' is another bebut of the festival by Shin Younshick. Starting with «A Great Actor» (2005), the director's films ('The Fair Love', 'The Russian Novel' and 'Rough Play') were invited to the Busan International Film Festival
'The Avian Kind' is another bebut of the festival by Shin Younshick. Starting with «A Great Actor» (2005), the director's films ('The Fair Love', 'The Russian Novel' and 'Rough Play') were invited to the Busan International Film Festival
'The Avian Kind' is another bebut of the festival by Shin Younshick. Starting with «A Great Actor» (2005), the director's films ('The Fair Love', 'The Russian Novel' and 'Rough Play') were invited to the Busan International Film Festival
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Dreamland' by Petra Volpe is a gripping tale of desire, solitude and betrayal that unfolds against a backdrop of human trafficking
'Dreamland' by Petra Volpe is a gripping tale of desire, solitude and betrayal that unfolds against a backdrop of human trafficking
'Dreamland' by Petra Volpe is a gripping tale of desire, solitude and betrayal that unfolds against a backdrop of human trafficking
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Beti and Amare' by Andy Siege is a historical science-fiction film set in 1936 Ethiopia
'Beti and Amare' by Andy Siege is a historical science-fiction film set in 1936 Ethiopia
'Beti and Amare' by Andy Siege is a historical science-fiction film set in 1936 Ethiopia
© Moscow International Film Festival
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'Brothers. The Final Confession' is the first feature-length film of Ukrainian director Victoria Trofimenko. The film is based on the book 'Bumble-bee honey' by Swedish writer Torgny Lindgren
© Moscow International Film Festival
The 'Whole Shebang' by German director Doris Dorrie is a melancholic comedy about mothers and daughters , about love’s ups and downs and the shortcomings of alternative and middle-class live concepts
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Hardcore Disco' by Krzysztof Skonieczny. The Polish director is best known for actor's work. He's also renowned as author of documentaries
© Moscow International Film Festival
Thriller 'The Most dangerous man' by Dutch director Anton Corbijn is the author's third feature-length film. In 2007 he won the Golden Camera of the Cannes festival for his biographical film about the life of Ian Curtis, singer of Joy Division
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Yes and Yes' is another film by Russia's Valeriya Gai Germanika, who got multiple awards for the 'Everybody Dies But Me'
© Moscow International Film Festival
Israeli director Amikam Kovner, author of 'Haven', graduated from Tel Aviv University's Film Department with honors. His short film 'Scar' (2004) was screened in dozens of film festivals
© Moscow International Film Festival
Greek director Nicholas Triandafyllidis will present his new film 'The sentimantalists'. His first short film 'Dogs Licking My Heart' won the first price at the Greek Short Film Festival. He directed the legendary documentary 'I Put A Spell On Me' (2001)
© Moscow International Film Festival
Russian director Vladimir Tumaev will present a story ('White Yagel') of a local place in the Tundra preparing for a wedding
© Moscow International Film Festival
'My Man' is a criminal drama by Japanese director Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Paris Follies' by French director Marc Fitoussi is a story about two dreamers at a farm in Normandie and their struggle to reinvent themselves
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Eye am' by directors Hakki Kurtulus and Melik Saracoglu is a story of a young film-freak who nearly goes totally blind. The film is based on real events in the life of one of its directors
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Reporter' is the new film by Dutch director Thijs Gloger. His second feature 'Holland' (2009) was screened at the 31st MIFF in the section '8 ½ Films'. 'Bebop' (2010) participated in the competition 'Perspectives' at the 33rd MIFF
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Unripe Pomegranates' is a feature debut by Majid-Reza Mostafavi. The film pictures the difficulties a family in Iran has to face, like a mother suffering from Alzheimer's and a tragic accident making the husband unable to work
© Moscow International Film Festival
'The Avian Kind' is another bebut of the festival by Shin Younshick. Starting with «A Great Actor» (2005), the director's films ('The Fair Love', 'The Russian Novel' and 'Rough Play') were invited to the Busan International Film Festival
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Dreamland' by Petra Volpe is a gripping tale of desire, solitude and betrayal that unfolds against a backdrop of human trafficking
© Moscow International Film Festival
'Beti and Amare' by Andy Siege is a historical science-fiction film set in 1936 Ethiopia
© Moscow International Film Festival

Moscow International Film Festival opens in Russia's capital on June 19 and will run through to June 28. The sixteen films to compete at the festival in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS.

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