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Economic problems caused the cancellation of the Trans-Baikal Film Festival in 2016

The Government of the Trans-Baikal Territory and the Non-Profit Partnership "Promoting the Preservation and Development of the Ethnographic Culture of Siberia" Transbaikalian Community "decided to postpone the Xth Anniversary of the Trans-Baikal International Film Festival in Chita to 2016 for 2017, caused by the difficult economic situation in the country

Economic problems caused the cancellation of the Trans-Baikal Film Festival in 2016
“Of course, this is an extremely difficult decision, but in the conditions of a serious crisis and the lack of necessary support for Trans-Baikal business, this decision has to be made,” the press service of the film festival reports citing Viktor Shkulev, chairman of the NP Transbaikalian Association.

The Trans-Baikal Film Festival has been held in Chita since 2011, and its president is People’s Artist of the RSFSR Alexander Mikhailov, Interfax reports.

V Transbaikal International Film Festival was held in May 2015, in Chita.

At the last festival the best film was recognized as Yuri Bykov's drama "Fool", and the performer starring Natalia Surkova won the prize in the nomination "Best Actress". The best actor was Konstantin Lavronenko for the role of Sergei in the film "What's My Name". The prize in the category "Best Director" was shared by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne for the painting "Two Days, One Night". German screenwriters Hubert Montatailhet, Harun Faroki and Christian Petzold received the prize for the best script for the film "Phoenix".

Audience Award in the main competition went to the play of Alekseev’s cinema by Mikhail Segal.

Three debut films presented in the framework of the competition V ZMKF, were awarded special diplomas of the jury. The diploma for the figurative cinematographic solution was received by the drama “The Hut” directed by Kenzhebek Shaykakov.

Another special prize - for the incarnation of the theme of tolerance and humanism on the screen - earned the film of the Norwegian Autonomous Region of Inner Mongolia of the PRC.

The film “What is my name?” Was awarded a special diploma for a keen understanding of the psychology of young people and for an excellent acting ensemble.
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