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KLASSIKI:
Classic Cinema on the Hop

Kino Klassika are thrilled to present KLASSIKI a digital film season, in advance of the launch of our online streaming platform, which will allow you to watch our curated selection of great films from your tablet, computer and mobile phone. This is Classic Cinema on the Hop.

About the Season:

KLASSIKI is an opportunity to enjoy an online weekly curated selection of Soviet, Russian, Caucasian and East European cinema.

Director led, each week’s film introduces audiences to an important filmmaker’s work. KLASSIKI ranges from early silent cinema, to masterpieces of animation, from post-war classics to contemporary Cannes winners. To supplement the film experience, KLASSIKI offer’s specially commissioned and downloadable programme notes which give biographical, social and political context to each film.

This is the birth of KLASSIKI (the Russian word for Hopscotch), our planned free streaming platform, which will allow you to stream great cinema, anywhere, on the hop! If you would like to support our endeavour to showcase the best of East European, Russian and Soviet cinema, please share our work on your social media channels or consider supporting us with a donation.

Beshkempir (1998)
by Aktan Abdykalykov

(Online)
Tues 27.09.2020
Programme Note

Slave of Love (1976)
by Nikita Mikhalkov

(Online)
Tues 20.09.2020
Programme Note

Life For A Life (1916)
by Yevgeni Baur

(Online)
Tues 13.09.2020
Programme Note

Masters of Animation: Andrei Khrzhanovsky

(Online)
Tues 06.10.2020
Programme Note

The Beginning (1970)
by Gleb Panfilov

(Online)
Tues 22.09.2020
Programme Note

Mermaid (2007)
by Anna Melikyan

(Online)
Tues 15.09.2020
Programme Note

Uncle Vanya (1970)
by Andrei Konchalovsky

(Online)
Tues 30.06.2020
Programme Note

Elena (2011)
by Andrey Zvyagintsev

(Online)
Tues 05.05.2020
Programme Note

Courier (1986)
by Karen Shakhnazarov

(Online)
Tues 28.04.2020
Programme Note

Hamlet
(1964)
by Grigori Kozintsev

(Online)
Tues 21.04.2020
Programme Note

The Diamond Arm (1969)
by Leonid Gaidai

(Online)
Tues 07.04.2020
Programme Note

Klassiki programming is supported by funds from the BFI Film Audience Network (FAN) which is made possible by the National Lottery.  Klassiki screenings are also part of Film FeelsConnected, a UK-wide cinema season,  supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network.  You can explore all films and events at filmfeels.co.uk  #BFIFAN #ThanksToYou #TNLUK #FilmFeels #FilmFeelsConnected

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