The Moscow International Film Festival is one of the oldest festivals in the world. It was first organized in 1935 with Sergei Eisenstein on the jury. However, the history of the festival as a regular event dates back to 1959. It is one of the most important festivals in Russia and is especially interesting to make its way to the markets in the area.
At least 12 films will take part in the official section, with preferences for world and international premieres. At least 7 films will participate in the documentary section. Short films with a maximum duration of 35 minutes.
Main prize for the best film (goes to the producer);
Special Jury Prize (awarded in accordance with the jury's decision);
Award for Best Director;
Award for Best Actor;
Award for Best Actress.
Award for best film
Prize for the best film in the Short Film Competition
Special award for outstanding contribution to world cinema;
Special Prize «I think. K.Stanislavsky ”for his remarkable success in acting and devotion to the principles of the K.Stanislavsky school.
Prize of the international jury of cinematographic critics (jury FIPRESCI) to the best film of the Main Competition (it falls to the director);
Jury Awards of Russian Film Critics for Best Film in the Main Competition (goes to the director);
The Audience Award for Best Film in the Main Competition after the results of the audience polls (falls to the director);
Prize of the Federation of Russian Film Clubs for the best film in the Main Competition (falls to the director).
Catalan Films & TV organizes a shipment of Catalan productions to the festival.