Sobranie Fund, Art-Satka and the Festival of Actual Scientific Cinema (FASC) invite the residents and guests of the Satkinskiy district to new film screenings.

Within the project well-known to Satka spectators, from October 4 till December 31, Art-Satka Creative Public Space will host the screenings of modern Russian movies, and also the works shot by directors from Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, France, USA, Italy, and Great Britain. In addition, a film shot in the USSR will be screened, it will become a travel to the 1960-s. Practically all the films are devoted to science. The big screen will turn into a window to the world of physics, mathematics, ecology, biology, digital technologies, as well as art, history, philosophy, and sociology. These are films-researches, films-revelations, films-stories, they will give new emotions and impressions, new knowledge and thoughts. 

The festival will launch on October 4 with “King of the Hill” (Russia, 2020, 12+). The films will be screened at 11:00 a.m. and at 3:00 p.m. The directors Maria Lind and Darya Khrenova created the work about the wonderful world of music. “Old slide shoes, a yellow rubber toy hen so much loved by bulldogs and terriers, drums made of plastic pipes, a bucket and a hose – who would have ever believed that Ecology of Thought band can play such a wonderful music using such strange objects!” says the screening announcement.

On October 8, at 3:00 p.m. and at 6:00 p.m., “Depth Hunters” (Russia, 2021, 6+) will be screened. The director Vasilisa Yurenkova tells the story about Pavel Demidov and the team of thrill-seeking speleologists, who reveal the inmost mysteries on our planet. They made the new world record: they conquered the Veryovkin cave in Abkhasia, which turned out to be the deepest one on the planet. 

Films will be screened twice a week: on Tuesday - at 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., on Saturday - at 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

The festival posters and schedule are published by Art-Satka in social media.

Admission is free.