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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anna Semenova
Public and Governmental Regulation of Movie Production in the Russian Federation
Political Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
This work is devoted to the definition of the current system of public and state regulation of the film process in the Russian Federation after 2011 and to the present. The main task is to identify the political factors that have had the greatest impact on the changes that have occurred and the dynamics of cultural policy. Particular attention is paid to the description and identification of the characteristic features of the field of interaction between public organizations and state support in the regulation of film processes in Russia. As a result of the analysis of the legislative and regulatory framework, the author establishes the type of film process device, according to Schuster D.'s typology, about the models of the organization of the cultural sphere of society as to the role and degree of the actors participating in its formation as the chosen theoretical framework of work.

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