Danny Boyle presents a world where no one remembers The Beatles’ songs, except the protagonist.
A documentary sacred to the memory of Anton Yelchin.
An epic film by Terrence Malik about our times, show business and love, starring brilliant actors’ ensemble: Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender and Natalie Portman.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – James Franco's version.
John Crowley’s film adaptation of the namesake novel by American writer Donna Tartt, who won the Pulitzer Prize for it in 2013.
Inoekino company releases one of Woody Allen’s main masterpieces – a lyrical and smart black and white romcom Manhattan.
Olga Kurylenko in ominous fantasy about dangerous after-effect if all wishes come true.
Documentary about the outstanding Russian writer Vladimir Sorokin.
An outstanding film about the power of water by documentary filmmaker Viktor Kossakovsky, shot in 96 frames per second.
A well-known civil servant from the Mayor’s Office in a provincial Russian town receives a note: You’ll soon die.
A brilliant work by Richard Linklater starring the great Cate Blanchett is an adaptation of Maria Semple’s bestseller.
The sequel to the most popular horror of recent years.
The film is based on real events covering three periods of German history in the 20th century.
A police mystery by Arnaud Desplechin, starring Léa Seydoux and based on real events.
The five best short films of the Kinotavr festival 2019.
An impressive biopic about the great director Luis Buñuel – in the animation format.
A documentary thriller with four involvants: money, power, poverty, inequality.
The 9th Film from Quentin Tarantino.
Hot retro drama by the great director and a native odessan – Valery Todorovsky.
The Film Art Magazine (Iskusstvo Kino) and Mosfilm release the legendary film by Vasily Shukshin Kalina Krasnaya (The Red Snowball Tree) October 3, 2019.
The restored chronicle-documentary film by Dziga Vertov, considered lost from the 1920s until 2017.
Winner of the Kinotavr film festival, a crime drama about the late 1990s.
The most anticipated Russian film of the year, Kantemir Balagov's "Beanpole", Cannes Film Festival winner (Best Director - Un Certain Regard).