As part of the “Night of the Arts” action, a free screening of films will be held at the Arktika cinema

The event is dedicated to the Day of National Unity

Playbill: Palace of Culture “Arktika”

On November 4, at the Kino unites site (the Arktika cinema), domestic films will be screened.

The session schedule looks like this:

  • 17:10 – 18:20. “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” (0+). Spectators are waiting for a color version of Pushkin’s most popular fairy tale about three girls under the window, who once spun late in the evening and dreamed of the tsar, not suspecting that he was eavesdropping.
  • 18:40 – 20:05. “Scarlet Sails” (0+). Guests will see a film adaptation of Alexander Grin’s romantic novel of the same name — the story of young Assol, who goes to the seashore every day in anticipation of true love.
  • 20:25 – 21:55. “Voices of the Arctic” (6+). Spectators will be able to immerse themselves in the life of the indigenous northern peoples, get acquainted with their traditions, way of life and ethnic music. They will travel to the very heart of the mysterious Arctic. The film crew goes on an expedition to hear and record the voice of the Far North.
  • 22:10 – 02:35. Quiet Don (0+). Visitors will see a film adaptation of the novel by Mikhail Sholokhov, which has become the most popular work, awarded numerous awards, including the Nobel Prize.

Recall that admission to the cinema is free for everyone.

– Tickets are not required, but seats are limited. The main thing is to have time to take a seat. On November 4, free admission to events in the cinema and the concert hall is implied,” the Arktika Palace of Culture explained.

For more information call 2-16-88.

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