Trailer for Russian film “the Collector”, “Love restrictions” and “Matilda” is nominated for the prestigious American prize “Golden trailer”, reports TASS.
According to the report, the organizing Committee of the annual film awards announced the list of nominees for the award in different genres of feature films and television movies. The first trailer for Russian film by Alexei Uchitel “Matilda”, created by Vadim Hudoba presented in two categories – “Best foreign musical trailer” and “Best foreign romance trailer”. Trailer Artemiy Shevchenko to the ribbon by Dmitry Tyurin’s “Love with limits” presented in the category “Best foreign musical trailer”. A promovideo Stanislav Ivanov for the Director Alexey Krasovsky “Collector” claims the prize “Best trailer of the Thriller”.
The winners will be announced at the ceremony, which will take place in Los Angeles on June 6. Prize “Golden trailer” has been awarded since 1999 for achievements in the field of marketing of films. The jury making the decision about the award includes well-known Directors, producers and heads of studios.
Film Teacher, “Matilda”, tentatively scheduled for October 6, long before he began to be harassed the public with the filing of a state Duma Deputy Natalia Polonskaya. Her next film has caused such a strong outrage that she twice asked the Prosecutor General and the Ministry of culture to check the script of the film.
In addition, the MP has sent to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation request with a negative conclusion of the expertise of the movie “Matilda”, made on its order. The Minister of culture Vladimir Medinsky said that he had not seen these experts and “don’t know who saw them”.
The film narrates about the relationship of the heir to the throne, the future Emperor Nicholas II and ballerina Matilda Kshesinskaya in the background of events of national history. The role of Nicholas II was performed by German actor Lars Eidinger, Matilda was played by Polish actress Mikhalina Olshansky. Also in the film are busy Lithuanian actress Ingeborga Dapkunaite, Yevgeny Mironov, Sergei Garmash, Danila Kozlovsky, Grigoriy Dobrygin, and many others.