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Sberbank and Okko launch shows of Golden Mask performances

Sberbank and Okko launch shows of Golden Mask performances
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The Golden Mask Theater Festival changed its format due to quarantine for coronavirus. On the platform of the online cinema Okko, in the “Art Online” section, viewers will be able to watch for free productions of nominees and laureates of the prize of past years. You can see the work of directors Andrei Moguchy, Kirill Serebrennikov, Declan Donnellan, Denis Bokuradze, Johan Cobborg.

The project was created in collaboration between Sberbank and Okko service. According to the press service of the bank, within three months all the performances of the festival of a new format will be available remotely. Among them are “Thunderstorm” and “Governor”, ​​“Don Quixote” and “King Lear”, “Measure for Measure” and “Chaadsky” and others. In addition, in the “Art Online” section, content will be collected for a wide variety of audiences - lovers of classical and rock, drama and popular music, for all who decide to use the period of self-isolation for self-education.

Sberbank has been cooperating with the Golden Mask festival for 18 years. With his assistance, Russian-language theaters are developing a barrier-free environment when tiflocommentaries for blind and visually impaired people are downloaded to a special application. This time, an unusual format was required due to the threat of the coronavirus. Thanks to high technology, theatrical art will be available to a wide audience even during the quarantine period.

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