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RFW Kid’s Fest

Russian Film Week

Screening of the films nominated for Golden Unicorn Awards in the category «Best Kids Film» followed by a Q&A session with a jury member cinematographer Maxim Trapo, representatives of Maksatics film camp and filmmakers.

For the first time ever the Russian Film Week and the Golden Unicorn Awards – which is part of the RFW – announce a special prize and a special screening for films made by children (8 to 17).

The competition was announced earlier in the year with several children film studios and children film camps in Russia and the UK taking part in it. A special jury consisting of filmmakers, who have experience working on children’s films, has chosen 1 winner and several runners up. The audience on the day will have an opportunity to choose their favourite film and award for “The Best Acting”.

Special prize will be presented by Maksatics camp for “The Best Film Made by Children”.

The winners will receive a voucher to participate at one of Maksatics camp’s filmmaking programs in the UK (April) or in Italy(August) or in Russia(summer) 2019 .

Participants are invited to stay for the screening of The Last Hero.

This is a double-bill event, with a discount to the regular ticket price. Please note that many of the films are in Russian with no english subtitles


A Wish / Желание – Film and TV Academy KiWi

Where the Wind is / Там, где ветер – KinoNiva camp

Monopolist / Монополист – Maksatics camp

Nechto (Something) / Нечто – Anastasia Bulavkina, Varvara Kapustina

A Team / Команда – KinoNiva camp

A Sunlight Spot / Солнечный зайчик – Maksatics camp

I Believe in You / Я верю в тебя – KinoNiva camp

Among the Lone Prairies / Среди одиноких прерий – Ivan Ilyin, Matvey Ilyin

Grey Life and Very Strange Things / Серая жизнь и очень странные дела – Maksatics camp

On the eve of the Russian Film Week in the UK and our KidsFest on November 25,

Maksatics film camp is holding an event involving talks and interviews with young filmmakers, as well as film industry professionals.

BBFC rating
Running time
60 mins

The Last Warrior

Russian Film Week

Followed by a Q&A

Ivan is an ordinary guy, who by mere chance is transferred from modern Moscow to a fantasy land called Belogorie. This parallel world is inhabited by characters from Russian fairy-tales. Ivan turns up in the middle of a battle between the forces of light and darkness, although it’s unclear why he plays the leading role in these events.

Followed by a Q&A with director Dmitriy Diyachenko

BBFC rating
Running time
114 mins
Dmitriy Dyachenko
Viktor Khorinyak, Ekaterina Vilkova, Mila Sivatskaya, Elena Yakovleva

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December 2nd

RFW Kid’s Fest

The Last Warrior

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