For the fourth consecutive year, the Cinematheque and Pathe Massena participate in this event, with it’s main goal to broaden our knowledge of Russian Cinema – especially Soviet film! With classics such as “War and Peace”, Tarkovsky’s “Ivan’s Youth”,”The Mirror” and Mikhalkov’s “Burnt by the Sun” as well as a wide selection of traditionally Russian cartoons for the younger audience, this is a brilliant time to rediscover the forgotten times.
Below a video taken of a place in Nice connected with Russia, one that people tend to forget to visit! This beautiful Cathedral, built in 1913, is the biggest of its kind outside of Russia, and is a short walk from the main train station of Nice. It has recently been renovated, from the outside as well as from the inside.
Address of Cinematheque de Nice: 3, Esplanade Kennedy, 06300, Nice
Cinema Jean Medecin: 31, Avenue Jean Medecin, 06200, Nice