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The oldest film studio in China opened its doors to tourists

One of the largest and oldest film studios in China the day before was available for visiting tourists. The history of the film-making shop in Changchun is almost 70 years old, during its existence 1 110 paintings were created and translated. More than one hundred have been awarded both national and international awards. A few dozen films that appeared on the big screen were translated from Russian.

The tour starts from the alley that leads to the multi-meter monument to Mao Zedong. Along the way, visitors can see copper plaques engraved with commemorative dates for the film workshop. Thus, before entering the building, the guests learn that the first film appeared in Changchun in 1947, and a year later the directors mastered the genre of educational cinema. The premiere of Russian (then Soviet) cinema, translated into Chinese, started in the Celestial Empire in 1949. Foreign viewers were able to enjoy the painting "Private Alexander Matrosov".

The film studio itself consists of several floors. The museum and exhibition complex contains a huge number of exhibits both from modern cinema and from the moment of the founding of cinema. There are interactive installations equipped with 3D effects, plasma panels and multi-meter screens. Most of the pavilions of the "smithy" of Chinese cinema are illuminated with the help of powerful equipment that makes the room play in different colors.

In addition to the photos of famous artists and filmmakers, the equipment from the shooting grounds is placed in the halls. Learn the history of the formation of cinematography visitors can, after studying the filming equipment 1950-ies. In addition, for a more detailed history, several national pavilions feature hand-made national costumes, as well as household utensils and household items from the Chinese of the last century. Workers of the filmmaker invite Primorians traveling to China to visit the historical film exhibition.

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