The Victory Museum will hold All-Russian days of military-historical cinema from September 1 to 15. The action, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War, will be held in 100 museums of the country.
Shot from the feature film by Sergei Bondarchuk and Vladimir Dostal "They Fought for the Homeland" (1975)
Museum visitors will be shown the best military historical films dedicated to the Second World War.
The festival will open with Alexei Fedorchenko’s tape “The Anna War”, recognized as the best Russian film of last year according to the Golden Eagle, Nika and White Elephant awards.
Viewers will also see the films “They Fought for their Homeland”, “Brest Fortress”, “White Tiger”, “Seven Unclean Couples”.
Military-historical cinema days will be held as part of the Victory Territory federal project. It was initiated by the Victory Museum and aims to create a single information space on the military history of the twentieth century. The support of the project was announced by all subjects of the Russian Federation.
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