'The stars have aligned' movie will be shown at France festival
The film 'The stars have aligned' shot by request of the Ministry of Culture and sport of Kazakhstan will be shown within the Movie event program of the XXIV Festival of the Russian cinema (Festival du Cinema Russe) which takes place from November 22 to 27 in the city of Onfler (France), BNews.kz reported.
'The stars have aligned' movie of the director Sergey Snezhkin narrates about the hard period of our history – about disintegration of the Soviet Union and the birth of the new independent states, including the Republic of Kazakhstan, the press service of JSC Kazakhfilm named after Sh. Aymanov reports.
Let's remind, the premiere of the film took place in Astana in April, 2016. The picture was shown in "Cinema house" and in the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia), and also at the International Film Festival of the Silk way (Xian, China).
The festival of the Russian cinema is one of the oldest festivals of the Russian cinema and brings together many famous actors and directors. In the program of a festival 26 movies from Russia, Kazakhstan, France, the USA and other countries will be provided. This year the jury will be headed by the writer and director Frédéric Beigbeder. Also, the producer Mei-Chen Chalais, the actress Cyrielle Clair, the actress Christa Théret, the actress Victoria Olloqui and the film critic Philippe Rouyer will award participants.
Organizers of the film festival are the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, Embassy of the Russian Federation in France, Mosfilm, a general council of the Calvados and Office of cultural projects of department the Calvados.
'The stars have aligned' art film will be shown on Saturday November 26 at 2:00 pm at Henri-Jeanson movie theater with subtitlings in French.
About the movie: The English writer Jeremy Wilson tries to obtain a meeting with the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev to write his biography. However the planned interview turns into a long fascinating travel of the journalist and Head of state in a flow of history of the young independent state.