CentEast in Moscow

CentEast in Moscow, Russia is organized in the framework of the Project for Tomorrow (previously as part of Red Square Screenings). In 2015, it was a part of CentEast for the 8th time already. CentEast's partner in Russia, and the organizer of CentEast in Moscow is TVINDIE (tvindie.ru).




Closely after the presentation in Warsaw, the selected works-in-progress are presented in Moscow to the local industry guests. CentEast Moscow presentation is accompanied by networking events, one-to-one meetings and market premieres. In addition to the works-in-progress presented previously in Warsaw, the showcase of fresh Russian productions will be introduced.



During last edition of CentEast Moscow, in 2015, various Russian projects were presented, including long anticipated 'Cold Front' by Roman Volobuev, 'Close Relatives' by Vitaly Mansky, 'My Other Life' by Maria Saakyan and many others.


TVINDIE, founded in 2004 by producer Yevgeny Gindilis, is a Russian independent film production company. It produces and finances feature films for theatrical and TV release, focusing on debuts and co-productions. Its 2008 release ‘Mukha’ by Vladimir Kott has won numerous prizes at international and domestic film festivals, including the Best Film Award at the Shanghai IFF-2008. TVINDIE was a co-producer of Jos Stelling’s latest film ‘Duska’ (2007) starring Sergei Makovetsky.
TVINDIE is one of the most active Russian participants and adherers of international co-production in filmmaking. After years of collaboration with the 2morrow IFF in Moscow, where the CentEast was the industry event of the festival, Yevgeny Gindilis created in 2012 an independent film market, Red Square Screenings.

The organizers of CentEast in Moscow:

Yevgeny Gindilis, Head of CentEast in Moscow and Project for Tomorrow
Masha Gavrilova, Coordinator of CentEast in Moscow and Project for Tomorrow

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