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MOSCOW, November 5. /TASS/. Russia will present 16 new films, including films already run at cinemas and a number of cinema projects which are underway, at the American Film Market 2014 which opened in Los Angeles on Wednesday, the press service of the Russian Cinema section at the American Film Market, which will present the Russian films, told TASS. The Russian film exposition was organized by the Russian Cinema Fund with the support of the Russian Culture Ministry.
Russia will present three full-length feature films, 13 film projects which are underway, five full-length animated cartoon films, including a full-length English-language version of the Snow Queen-2, titled "Refreezing."
The love story of famous ballet dancer Matilda Kshesinskaya and Russian Emperor Nicholas II is told in a new film by Russian film director Alexey Uchitel. The film with the Russo-German cast will be released in 2015.
This year the American Film Market is being attended by more than 8,000 representatives of the cinema industry from 80 countries. The organizers have declared that representatives of 90 new companies from 35 countries arrived to buy new films and television content.
The American Film Market has been held annually since 1981. It has been attended by representatives of the cinema industry from all over the world. The film market will stay open until November 12.