Does a return to the spy thriller indicate a new Cold War?
Russian TV series are now selling abroad. Who is buying them and why?
A film project about the romance between Svetlana Alliluyeva and Brajesh Singh was presented at the Cannes Film Festival
Meg Simmonds from EON Productions revealed some of Bond’s secrets
Russian director's bleak new tale of man versus state wins award
Director Pavel Lungin films 12-episode adaptation of the cult TV show
RBTH traces the depiction of fictional foreigners in Soviet and post-Soviet cinema
From Salekhard to Grozny - foreign film directors will travel around Russia by train and shoot a few documentaries
Lucrative films made with modest amounts of money inspire a Russian revival
Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev will represent Russia at the Cannes Film Festival, which kicks off in France on May 14, according to the festival's official twitter feed
The Russian actor talks about his role in the hit series Game of Thrones
How do the U.S. and Soviet variations on the Western genre match up?
Most films to be screened with English subtitles
Russia’s answer to ‘The Social Network’ hits the big screen
An imaginary land of witty humour and crime mysteries
RBTH presents five films that have achieved cult status in Russia and spawned a host of cultural references
The posthumous release of a maverick epic opens to great fanfare after 13 years of shooting and production.
In the USSR, animation was a huge cultural phenomenon. Besides being entertainment, Soviet animations also commented on society’s hopes and fears
A documentary from an Indian filmmaker and a feature film made from Viktor Bout’s home movies give attendees of the annual festival a different perspective on Russia
Two films with political statements on Russian current events have been recognized in global film festivals and awards