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Kino Tuesdays

Kino Tuesdays will be held at 7:00 pm, with films beginning at about 7:15, every Tuesday night in 120 David Lawrence Hall. As always, this event is free of charge for everyone. Due to the success of last yearís program, Kino Tuesdays are back this year! The movie screenings have been moved to 7:00pm on Tuesdays in order to accommodate a greater number of viewers. Also, we have invited professors and graduate students to lead discussions after the films. As always, this Russian film series will include contemporary films as well as well-known classics. For information about these and other films, please visit
Russian movies will be shown in room 120 of David Lawrence Hall every Tuesday this semester, starting at 7:00PM. Admission is free and open to everyone!

Film Schedule
Russian Club Officers

Upcoming Film Schedule:

September 7, 2004
Night Watch
Russia, 2004; 115m (Timur Bekmambetov)
Discussion by Gerald McCausland

September 14, 2004:
With Love, Lily
Russia, 2002; 97m (Larisa Sadilova)
Discussion by Michelle Kuhn

September 21, 2004:
Anatomy of TATU
Russia, 2003; 59m (Vitalii Manskii)
Harvest Time
Russia, 2003; 67m (Marina Razbezhkina)

September 28, 2004:
Train Station for Two
USSR, 1982; 141m (Elídar Riazanov)

October 5, 2004:
Russia, 2003; 128m (Pavel Lungin)
Discussion by Helena Goscilo

October 12, 2004:
Renaissance Island
Kazakhstan, 2004; 70m (Rustem Abdrashev)

October 19, 2004:
Shantytown Blues
Russia, 2004; 110m (Svetlana Stasenko)

October 26, 2004:
Slave of Love
Russia, 1975; 94m (Nikita Mikhalkov)

November 2, 2004:
Letís Make Love
Russia, 2001; 84m (Denis Evstigneev)

November 9, 2004:
Early in the Morning They Awoke
Russia, 2003 (Sergei Nikonenko)

November 16, 2004:
Nest of Gentry
USSR, 1969; 111m (Andrei Mikhalkov-Konchalovskii)

November 23, 2005:
Russia, 2002; 120m (Aleksei Balabanov)
Discussion by Petre Petrov

November 30, 2004:
Little Old Ladies
Russia, 2003; 100m (Gennadii Sidorov)
Discussion by Nancy Condee

December 7, 2004:
Russia, 2002; 95m (Igorí Muzzhukhin)

Russian Club Officers

Diana Pinchevsky

Natasha Sumetsky
Vice President

Matthew Russin
Business Manager

Gregory Lazur

Gerald McCausland

Special thanks to
Professor Vladimir Padunov
for recommending and ordering the films.


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