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The Kinoglaz (Cinema Eye) documentary and television international festival will be held in Tver from August 25 to 29
Over 50 directors from Russia, Belarus, Belgium, Britain, Spain, Kazakhstan, Canada, the U.S., Sweden and other countries will participate in the festival. The Kinoglaz contest program includes 12 documentaries, which will be judged by an authorized international jury headed by Henrikas Yushkyavichus, an adviser to the Unesco director general and a prominent expert in the television and film industry. The best Russian and foreign documentaries will be awarded in four categories: "Event," "Portrait," "Problem," and "Camera Faces the World." "We want to restore the former status of documentaries," the director of the festival, Yuri Sukhodolsky, told journalists on Tuesday, "which allowed many phenomena to be assessed and created a huge public response." He said that the festival would offer a wider choice for Russian television channels purchasing documentaries. According to him, next year television and film companies will be able to purchase rights on the contest works.
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