Abigail has been living a reclusive life in a town under quarantine, believing that her father passed away due to the mysterious epidemic (nothing to do with Covid-19, we promise). But the older we get, the less naïve we become and young Abigail starts to figure out things. Not only does she seemingly possesses similar… Continue reading Abigail


INVASION is the bigger, better, badder sequel to ATTRACTION, which we presented at the BIFFF 2017. Three years after an alien spaceship crash-landed in Moscow, Julia, who was saved from death with the help of extraterrestrial technology, has started to develop unusual abilities. She has become an object of research conducted in secret laboratories of… Continue reading Invasion


Who needs the Marvel Cinematic Universe when you’ve got the Russian Cinematic Universe? COMA is the heavy artillery of Slavic science fiction, creating a visually stunning world that’ll blow your mind and not only yours, those of coma patients as well… Victor (Rinal Mukhametov, an actor you’ll also see in INVASION and ABIGAIL, both part… Continue reading Coma

The Blackout

No meteorite hit the Earth, no dangerous terrorist attack occured, no nuclear war erupted. And yet shit hit the fan anyway… Oleg clearly remembers. He was in a restaurant when the blackout happened. Suddenly the fuses of the world simply blew, except in what would later be known as the “circle of life” formed around… Continue reading The Blackout

Russian Focus

Sergei Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov, Lev Kulechov, Vsevolod Pudovkin… We’re talking about a time that those of us under 100 have never known: the Golden Age of Russian cinema! After that, a little something called the Cold War sabotaged the defenders of the 7th art and their work struggled to get across the iron curtain. It… Continue reading Russian Focus