This summer, the new Garage Museum cinema theatre located at Garage Square has become one of the venues of the oldest international film festival, the 39th edition of the Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF).
For screenings at the summer cinema at Garage Square, some of the most notable and highly anticipated films have been selected from the Festival program, almost all of them having been nominated or awarded at the world’s leading festivals. Brigsby Bear is a touching, unordinary story about James, a fan of a children’s TV show, was shown to a great success at the Sundance festival earlier this year. I Am Not Your Negro, nominee for the Oscar and the Berlinale Competition Program, and an award-winning film at the Toronto Film Festival, is an emotional and captivating recount of racism in America. A non-typical crime thriller, Agnieszka Holland’s Spoor from MIFF’s program “Euphoria of the Fringes” has also been awarded at the Berlinale. The “Time of Women” program is represented by a moving story about self-identity search Oh, Lucy, by the Japanese director Atsuko Hirayanagi.