in Sochi Winter Theater on Sunday night, an official closing ceremony of the XIX Open Russian Film Festival "Kinotavr".Conduct a closing ceremony will be directed by Fyodor Bondarchuk.grand prize "Kinotavr" will be awarded at the closing ceremony, the prizes for Best Director, for Best Newcomer, Best Actress, Best Actor, for Best Cinematography prize them.Grigory Gorin for the best screenplay prize and Michael Tariverdiev for the best music for the film.In addition, at the closing ceremony of Film and Television Festival President of the International Fund for Development of Children and Youth ( "Rolan Bykov Foundation"), Armen Medvedev will be awarded the prize "for his outstanding contribution to the development of Russian cinema and kinonauki".
After the official closing ceremony of the Film Festival Martin Scorsese film will be shown, "Let there be light."
XIX Open Russian Film Festival "Kinotavr" opened in Sochi on 7 June.His main competition program has been shown 14 Russian paintings: "Live and
addition to the competition program of full-length feature films in the "Kinotavr" was presented to the competition program of short films "Kinotavr. Shorts," which competed 21 feature film, held a producer's view film projects, roundtable meetings, Special Screenings and non-competition screenings of programs"Summer euphoria", "selected 50 50. PART II", "Cinema on the Square" and the new program "Cinema, which we did not notice."
During the opening ceremony of "Kinotavr" director Alexey Herman, known for the films "Khrustalev, the car!", "Twenty Days Without War" and "checks on the roads", was awarded a special prize "For outstanding artistic contribution to the development of Russian cinema art".
unanimous decision of the jury of the short film "PAL / SECAM" Dmitry Povolotskii was awarded the prize of the contest "Kinotavr. Shorts."Guild of Film Critics of Russia awarded the prize "white elephant" short film "Old New Russia" by Alexander Karavaeva.The film "Fish" by Alexander Kott received a diploma "For high visual culture and loyalty shorties", directed by Natalia Uglitskikh for the short film "Fifteen" received the diploma "For the bright and witty embodiment of the idea of short films", reports "Interfax".