The film just made into a shortlist for an Oscar in the Best Foreign Film category. This is the first official entry from Belarus in twenty two years. The film is making its rounds in the international film festival circuit, but at this point it does not have an American release date yet. Darya Zhuk has agreed to have a private screening for the NYU academic and student community. The screening will take place in the Bobst Library, 5th floor, Avery Fischer Center, Immersion Room. Screening is free, but please RSVP if you are able to attend.
Crystal Swan ScreeningCrystal Swan
MIKHAIL BORZIKIN formed his band TELEVIZOR in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) in 1984. This is the 2nd installment of KVARTIRNIK @ NYU hosted by MIKE (Misha) DANILIN of Russian and Slavic Department to see Mikhail perform his all-time classics and new songs and talk about Soviet-Russian rock, its role in the protest movement, changes undergone by both and other related issues. 5/6/18
Careers in Russian
Panelists include: Ambassador Carey Cavanaugh - Retired US Ambassador Michael Bradwick - Captain, European Foreign Area Officer, US Army Melissa Graves - Program Director, Alfa Fellowship Program Steven Halliwel - Principal, SEH Advisors, Inc. Ksenia Nouril - Art Historian and Curator Ilaria Parogni - Syndicate Editorial Assistant, The New York Times. 10/12/17