The New British Film Festival is already underway in Moscow and will last until mid-November.
Moscow’s Big Cartoon Festival has grown from a small event for kids into a comprehensive event that premieres outstanding animated works and attracts not only children, but adults as well.
The Circle of Light festival has become one of Moscow’s most popular September events over recent years. Several venues will be presenting spectacular light shows from September 20th to 24th.
The next ‘Times & Epochs’ historical re-enactment festival, will take place in Moscow from June 8th – 16th. Travel to Medieval Europe in Kolomenskoe Park or meet Old Russian merchants on Strastnoy Boulevard: there’s a huge variety of locations and eras to discover.
Circle of Light is the main tourist attraction of the Moscow autumn. This international festival is an annual event where lighting designers from various countries reinvent the architectural spaces of Moscow with video mapping. Russia’s symbolic buildings, including the Bolshoi Theatre, transform into canvases for large colorful video projections. The festival is taking place from September 21 – 25.
Learn Finnish, find a way to the Moominvalley, learn about Santa's plans, listen to some music, and watch some movies – these are only some of the activities you can take part in at the 100th anniversary of Finland's independence celebrated in Moscow on October 14.