On September 13, KARO Oktyabr Center held the premiere screening of Petersburg. A Selfie.
The film was introduced by the following cast and crew members:
directors Renata Litvinova, Avdotia Smirnova, Natalia Kudriashova, Natalia Nazarova,
producers Sergey Selianov and Natalia Drozd,
actresses and actors Svetlana Kamynnina, Nadezhda Markina, Nadezhda Lumpova, Anastasia Pronina, Nikita Smolianinov, Yana Sekste, Sofia Zika, Lubov Inzhinevskaya, Masha Urosova, Nastia Skorik, Vasily Gorchakov, and Rimma Kostyleva.
Among the guests attending the event were Vladimir Menshov, Natalia Goldenberg, Nikita Tarasov, Pavel Artemiev, Yulia Badanovskaya, Anna Bolshova, Petr Buslov, Yulia Khlinina, and Yekaterina Molokhovskaya.
Photographs from the event:
Photos by Viktor Boikov/PROvzglyad: https://yadi.sk/d/3SG7WTrGv9Wzo
In theaters beginning on September 22.
You can book an interview with the film’s creators.
For inquiries about interviews, please contact Maria Indina – firstname.lastname@example.org / 8 964 634 66 96
About the film
Petersburg. A Selfie comprises seven novellas about the beautiful city of St. Petersburg, Russia, shot by female directors. The project is a brainchild of seven individuals—Renata Litvinova, Anna Parmas, Oksana Bychkova, Natalia Kurdryashova, Aksinia Gog, Natalia Nazarova, and Avdotia Smirnova. They tell stories about what could happen to anyone in this city, about feelings anyone could experience.
The film stars: Anna Mikhalkova, Nadezhda Markina, Anna Ukolova, Polina Kutepova, Svetlana Kamynina, Uliana Dobrovskaya, Nadezhda Lumpova, Anastasia Pronina, Masha Urosova, Alexander Pal, Mikhail Boyarsky, Yana Sekste, Nikita Smolianinov, Sofia Zaika, Gennady Smirnov, Lubov Inzhinevskaya, Vasily Gorchakova, Maxim Vitorgan, Frol Burimsky, and others.
It’s easy to fall in love in St. Petersburg. Easy to go for broke, easy to change your work overalls to an evening gown, and easy to entrust your destiny to a shaman. Here you sometimes feel that if you jump off a roof you can fly, that bronze sculptures will come to life at any moment, and Joseph Brodsky can still be saved, if you make a film about him.