We are delighted to invite you to the screenings of the British documentary and feature films in the framework of the exhibition devoted to 150th anniversary of the Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
The screenings will take place on 18 July, 15 and 29 August in the mansion of Saltykov-Chertkov (Myasnitskaya str. 7, café on the ground floor).
The entrance is free, but registration is required.
Best of the British Council Film Collection
Taken from the celebrated British Council Film Collection, this compilation of several public information films made between 1940 and 1945 offers fascinating insights into war-time Britain.
A fascinating look behind the scenes of newspaper production, following the production of a single issue of The Times during the Blitz, from the daily editorial conference to the printing presses.
The Man on the Beat
A funny and nostalgic look at the training and principles of the British ‘bobby’, exploring police duties whilst on the beat and their role within the community.
A cross-section of how various people across Britain spend Saturday - the ‘day divided between work and recreation’.
Newly released in time to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee this summer, Royal Road takes a look at both the public-facing activities of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother) during the Second World War, as well as a showing an intimate glimpse of the royal family’s private life in the gardens at Windsor including the young Princess Elizabeth at play.
The screening will be in English with no subtitles or translation.
Age restriction – 16+
Participation is free. Registration is required.