Anatoly Krupnov. He was Anatoly Krupnov. On byl.

Director: Darya Ivankova
Russia, 2019, 72’
The documentary biopic gives an insight into the life and music of Anatoliy Krupnov, one of the brightest rock stars of the late- and post-Soviet era. This is the story of the talented musician who created the cult rock group Cherny Obelisk (The Black Obelisk), the portrait of an artist and at the same time an accurate depiction of the era and its generation, the music and the ideas that guided minds and rock music at the turn of the century.
21 September 18:45, Saturn IMAX #2

Fledge Operenie

Director: Ilya Zernov
Russia, 2019, 61’
Fim tells the story of children art studios festival Feathers, established by renowed Russian stage and cinema actor Konstantin Khabensky in Russian cities.
22 September 14:15, Saturn IMAX #1

Memory is Our Homeland

Director: Jonathan Durand
Canada, 2019, 90’
What happens to history’s forgotten people? How did a young Polish woman manage to spend years living in a Tanzanian village in the 1940s? Through this ambitious, highly personal film, Jonathan Durand exposes the tragic fate of nearly 1,000,000 Poles who were deported to Siberian labour camps during the Second World War, and the thousands of them who wound up in Africa after periods of exile in Iran and India. Featuring the unforgettable recollections of his own grandmother, meticulous historical research and a gripping personal quest, the film exposes a deliberately erased chapter of history, and questions the nature of identities rooted in exile.
21 September 14:30, Saturn IMAX #2

Peret: the King of the Gypsy Rumba Yo soy la rumba

Director: Paloma Zapata
Spain, 2018, 93’
From the backwaters of Mataró to half the world’s stages, the artistic and personal adventure of Peret, the artist who with a little mambo, a blast of flamenco and a pinch of rock created the Catalan rumba. This is an intimate portrait of Peret, the King of the Catalan rumba.
22 September 16:00, Saturn IMAX #2

Talking About Trees

Director: Suhaib Gasmelbari
France, Sudan, Chad, Germany, Qatar, 2019, 93’
Ibrahim, Soliman, Manar and Altayeb, filmmakers and friends for more than 45 years, idealists and intensely humane. They were reunited again, after long years of distance and exile, to bring life back to their old dream: make cinema a reality in the Sudan. They are determined to leave a trace of their passage and to inspire the love of films. Throughout the images they created, the ones they lost and the ones that remain a desire, the beautiful and horrific faces of their country appear.
23 September 14:15, Saturn IMAX #2


Director: Lia Beltrami
Italy, 2019, 60’
In the Golden Triangle, a meeting point between Laos, Myanmar and Thailand, famous for the news even for illegal trafficking, stories of tears and dreams are intertwined. The Hakha, the Lahu, the Kajan are Burmese tribes of Chinese origin. Persecuted, often in extreme poverty, refugees without status ... The Sisters of Providence, three Burmese, one Chinese and one Brazilian, in collaboration with the Buddhist monk Ven Chaiwat, engage in the path of dialogue and to give girls a dream. They work relentlessly against trafficking to make girls and boys free from the chains of slavery and the consequences of drugs ... Now they have a dream: to build a restaurant, the "Inn of Happiness", to give girls a future.
21 September 16:30, Saturn IMAX #2

The Greek of the Russian Empire Glavny grek Rossiyskoy Imperii

Director: Svetlana Muzychenko
Russia, 2018, 73’
A biopic about Ioannis Kapodistrias, a splendid diplomat and the first Governor of Greece. The life of Kapodistrias combined all the elements of the Greek Tragedy: love and betrayal, intrigue and noble ideals. An in-depth look into the lesser-known sides of a charismatic leader, whose murder remains an unhealed wound for subsequent generations of Greeks.
23 September 16:00, Saturn IMAX #2

Women’s Day

Director: Dolya Gavanski
UK, Russia, Germany, Bulgaria, 2019, 85’
Astounding stories by women born in the USSR, pioneers and survivors, that reveal their heroic experiences from the time of the Revolution in 1917 to the present day through personal testimonies and intimate conversations with remarkable women and unseen archive footage. It opens a door to their inner thoughts, feelings, fears and hopes. Their experience foreshadowed that of women of today and yet their fate is also the story of their century.
22 September 19:00, Saturn IMAX #2