On Thursday, September 24, the website will broadcast the Pavel Bykovchenko's film 'When We Open the Heavens' Doors' and Ilya Kazankov's 'Maximka'. The film 'When We Open the Heavens' Doors' is about an old men who diligently looks after a monument. A curious boy asks whom this monument is dedicated to. 'Maximka' recounts the story of college friends who are sent to serve their penalties at the army kitchen for violation of discipline. There, everyone shares their dreams.
In a week, the Zero Plus Film Festival in Tyumen will screen over 110 movies from almost 40 countries: full-length and short films, animations and documentaries, popular science films and cartoons. The jury is comprised of the film industry professionals, heads of international film festivals, cultural and educational figures. Young and adult viewers alike will be able to vote for the best film of the contest program in its dedicated mobile app.
The organizers of the Zero Plus International Film Festival are the Foundation for the Development of Creativity 'Life and Business' and the Interregional non-governmental 'Federation of Contemporary Art' organization. The project is supported by the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation, Fund of Presidential Grants, Rosmolodezh, Russian Culture Fund, Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, International Cultural Project 'Russian Seasons', Government of Tyumen Oblast, Department of Culture of Tyumen Oblast, Public Chamber of Tyumen Oblast, Administration of Tyumen.