Dylda would struggle for Oscar
The Russian Oscar Committee will send drama Dylda to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for consideration. The film tells the story of two young women who try to start a new life in a post-war Leningrad. The main roles in the film of Kantemir Balagov were performed by Victoria Miroshnichenko and Vasilisa Perelygin.
The international premiere of Dylda took place on May 16 at the Can...
Awaiting for Voskresensky
Algous Studio is going to complete pоstproduction on the ambitious TV series named Voskresensky. The events of the picture take place in St. Petersburg at the beginning of the XX century. The metropolitan police is faced with a series of mysterious and inexplicable murders. To unravel the tangle of secrets, they ask for help the famous surgeon Voskresensky. The brilliant doctor proves that behind...
STORM debuts this Fall
The new series shot by the famous director Boris Khlebnikov (Ordinary Woman, Arrhythmia), scripted by Natalya Meshchaninova (Red Bracelets), tells the story of two police friends who work in different law enforcement agencies. Mikhail Osokin is engaged in the disclosure of criminal offenses, while Sergei Gradov is a hunter for corrupted officials. Over the years of service, Gradov has become so sk...
Looking up smashes box-office in China
The space drama Looking up is becoming a huge hit in China, earning more than $120 million just in two weeks. Chinese film producers entrusted Algous Studio with the creation of spectacular space scenes, because they were impressed by the work of our team on the russian hit Salyut-7. Algous Studio made more than 140 shots with high-end CGI.
"Beanpole" in Cannes 2019
Winners of the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival which took place from 14th to 25th of May 2019 are announced!
Film "Beanpole" by Kantemir Balagor won in the Un Certain Regard section. Also, "Beanpole" took prize of FIPRESCI (The International Federation of Film Critics).
Film releases on June 20th. Trailer is already out!