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The first children's film school opened in the Russian Far East
On July 25, Vladivostok opened the first children's film school in the Russian Far East. Several dozen schoolchildren from different districts of the Primorsky Territory gathered in the youth camp "Yunost" to get acquainted with the basics of cinematography.
The organizer was the "Kinokurs" fund to support young cinema of the Far East. The film school itself is organized within the framework of the all-Russian creative charitable project of MTS and the Konstantin Khabensky Foundation "Generation Mowgli". People's Artist of Russia Konstantin Khabensky will be the main expert of the children's film school.
For two weeks, film school students will take part in master classes by Moscow filmmakers and young scriptwriters and directors from Primorsky Krai. Schoolchildren are expected to study screenwriting and acting, directing, camera work and makeup, and they will also have the opportunity to make a short film.
The President of the Young Cinema Support Fund for the Far East Tikhon Makarov today held the first master class for creating short scripts for schoolchildren.