is a 2007 Russian romantic comedy film directed by Timur Bekmambetov based on a screenplay by Aleksey Slapovsky produced by Channel One and released by Mosfilm. It is a direct sequel of the first The Irony of Fate. Zhenya and Nadya go their separate ways. Nadya stuck with her bureaucrat boyfriend, married him and had […]
is a 2008 Russian New year comedy film directed by Evgeniy Bedarev. Performing the traditional New Year’s call on the unknown phone number Andrey didn’t even suspected, that just after his return to Moscow, he had bought a magic starting pack of cellular communications operator. Getting through to the deserted in New Year’s eve Alyona, […]
is a 1997 Russian comedy film directed by Vladimir Mashkov. A Christmas story, almost a fairy tale. An ordinary Russian girl brought up without a father could not even think that one fine day she would find him. And who could suppose that three “fathers” at once would pretend to the role?
is a 2013 Russian comedy film, sequel to Yolki 2. As of 2018, it is the most profitable Yolki film. And again a heroes of “Yolki” series are ready and prepared for a New Year.
is a 1968 Soviet fairy tale movie directed by Pavel Kadochnikov. Based on the play by Aleksandr Ostrovskiy.
is a 2010 Russian comedy film directed by Timur Bekmambetov. As of 2017, six films have been made in the series. It is the most successful film franchise in Russia (also known as Six Degrees of Celebration). A collection of several interlinked stories that happen on the New Year’s eve…
is a 1996 Russian comedy film, a follow-up to the Peculiarities of National Hunt, directed by Aleksandr Rogozhkin. The hunters meet in an emergency room on a New Year’s Eve. Various misfortunes bring these people together, but it is The Holiday, and the party must unwind! You will learn a few things from the film: […]
is a 2001 romantic comedy set around the New Year directed by Oleg Yankovsky and Mikhail Agranovich. The film was Yankovsky’s sole directorial effort. Oleg Yankovsky won the award for Best Actor at Kinotavr. The movie is about an old disabled lady who lives with her spinster daughter. The lady desperately wants her daughter to […]
is a 2011 Russian comedy film, sequel to Yolki. Directed by Levan Gabriadze. A lot of things happened in the life of “Yolki” hepes during the last year, but here it’s again – the New Year’s eve.
is a 2012 Russian Christmas comedy film directed by Vera Storozheva. A young student Saha is in love with… angel.
is a 1957 Soviet animated film directed by Lev Atamanov. It was produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow and is based on the story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen. Awards: Venice Film Festival: Golden Lion in the animated film category (1957), Cannes Film Festival: First prize in the animated film category […]
is a 1973 Soviet cartoon from the Soyuzmultfilm studio directed by Boris Stepantsev and based partly on Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker, but more closely on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s novelette The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, the story which inspired the ballet. A young chambermaid finds a neglected nutcracker under a Christmas tree. It comes to […]
is a 1976 Soviet romantic comedy television film directed by Eldar Ryazanov. The screenplay was written by Emil Braginsky and Ryazanov, loosely based on the director’s 1971 play Once on New Year’s Eve. Simultaneously a screwball comedy and a love story tinged with sadness, it is one of the most successful Soviet television productions ever […]
is an 1966 adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale “The Snow Queen”, directed by Gennadiy Kazanskiy. Two children, Gerda and Kay, overcome the evil intentions of the Snow Queen with human love and a capacity to fight fear. Based on a story by Hans Christian Andersen.
is a 1982 Soviet romantic fantasy musical film directed by Konstantin Bromberg. In a small Russian town, there is a Research Institute for magic. One of the witches, Alyona Sanina, is going to marry a guy named Ivan Puhov (not a magician). A jealous Apollon Sataneev tells her boss Kira Shemahandskaya that Sanina is going […]
is a 1956 Soviet musical film. It is Eldar Ryazanov’s first big-screen film, Lyudmila Gurchenko’s first role and also one of the most famous films starring popular comedian Igor Ilyinsky It is New Year’s Eve and the employees of an Economics Institute are ready with their annual New Year’s entertainment program. It includes a lot […]
is a Soviet film originally released in 1964. It was based a traditional Russian fairy tale Morozko known in English as Jack Frost. A fairy-tale about a conceited young man and a young woman with a tyrannical step-mother, who must overcome magical trials in order to be together.
is a 1961 Soviet fantasy film directed by Aleksandr Rou, based on a collection of short stories, Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka, by Nikolai Gogol. This eccentric and fantastical fairy tale takes place near the village of Dikanka on the night before Christmas. Amid carol singing, drunken revelry, and amorous hijinks, the blacksmith Vakula […]
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