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Belarusfilm

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Type  Corporation
Products  Motion pictures
Headquarters  Minsk, Belarus
Industry  Motion pictures
Website  www.belarusfilm.by
Founded  1928
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Films produced  Come and See, The Brest Fortress, Girl Seeks Father, In the Fog, Lieutenant Kijé

Belarusfilm (Belarusian: Беларусьфільм, Russian: Беларусьфильм) is the main film studio of Belarus.

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History

Founded in 1928 as the Soviet Belarus studio (Савецкая Беларусь) in Leningrad, the studio was moved to Minsk in 1939. Film production was interrupted by World War II, and restarted in 1946, when the studio assumed its current name.

In Soviet times, the studio was dubbed Partizanfilm, due to the large output of films portraying the Soviet partisan's struggle against Nazi occupation. The studio was, however, also renowned for its children's films.

The studio has to date made 131 animated films. Its first project was a coproduction with Soyuzmultfilm in 1963; a stop motion feature film called Attention! The Magician is in the City!. Consistent animated film production, however, did not begin until 1972.

Most of the output has been in Russian rather than Belarusian.

Belarusfilm is also a co-organizer of the Listapad film festival held in Minsk, Belarus in November.

Soviet Union

  • 1926 Tale of the Woods
  • 1927 Prostitute
  • 1934 Lieutenant Kijé
  • 1953 The Skylarks are Singing
  • 1972 Fakir hour
  • 1975 The Adventures of Buratino
  • 1977 About Red Riding Hood
  • 1985 Come and See
  • Belarus

  • 1993 Az vozdam
  • 1993 Me Ivan, You Abraham
  • 1997 From Hell to Hell
  • 1995 Lato milosci
  • 1997 Zeezicht
  • 2003 Anastasia Slutskaya
  • 2003 Babiy Yar
  • 2003 Chernobyl Heart
  • 2004 Dunechka
  • 2004 On the Nameless Height
  • 2006 Franz + Polina
  • 2010 Fortress of War
  • 2010 Massacre
  • 2012 In the Fog
  • References

    Belarusfilm Wikipedia


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