There are more than 250 documentary, animated and short films.
The 55th Krakow Film Festival has announced its competition program. Krakow Film Festival is the oldest European festival. During a week between May 31 and June 7 the festival will present more than 250 films from its international and national programs.
The short program includes four films from Russia. There are "February” by Ruslan Magomadov, "Conversation” by Anastasia Novikova, "Chicken” by Vasil Bedoshvili and "We can’t live without the space” by Konstantine Bronzit.
Film “At the Edge” by Russian director Anna Shishova will be competing against 20 other films for the main prize.
Our village has always been a place of exile, a land of prisoners...
Center of National Films
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