Int’l Festival of Dance Cinema opens in St. Petersburg


ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 6 – The 8th International Festival of Dance Cinema got underway on Friday in Russia’s northern capital St. Petersburg.
The festival features a range of local and foreign films, with selections of dance choreography from 11 countries set to grace the screens of St. Petersburg’s Rodina Cinema, Alexandrinsky Theater and Pro Arte Culture Fund over the weekend.
The festival opens with two Dutch films, Between the Entrance and the Exit and Car-men, and will also feature, most notably, the award-winning film F5 by local director Timofey Zhalnin.[db:内容2]