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CINE FANTOM is a film club, a film studio and cinema newspaper. The CINE FANTOM screenings entail much more than the mere demonstration of films. CINE FANTOM also means discussions of films by spectators with the participation of screenwriters, actors, directors, producers, curators and film critics. Discussions are recorded on video, transcribed, and thus, transformed into a text document of the era and of the era's cinematographic thought. CINE FANTOM popularizes cinema through the lively response of audiences and the reflections of people who cannot imagine their lives without film.
Since 1995 the CINE PHANTOM Film Club has constantly pursued its mission of popularizing and studying cinema as an art. Throughout all its years of existence the CINE FANTOM Film Club has worked with such major film artists as Ilya Khrzhanovsky, Renata Litvinova, Alexander Rodnyansky, Marco Muller (then the director of the Venice Film Festival, today the director of the film festival in Rome), Alexei German, Jr., Boris Khlebnikov, Igor Voloshin, Alexander Shein, Alexander Sokurov, Kirill Razlogov, Yevgeny Yufit, Maruyama Masao (producer of Madhouse Inc. animation studios), Lloyd Kaufman (creator of Troma studio), Sergei Loznitsa and many others. Furthermore, CINE FANTOM hosts programs of Russian independent (parallel), experimental and contemporary film throughout Russia and the world.


In cooperation with CINE FANTOM studio, the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre is producing two film projects: Transformation and The Blue Bird. The shooting of the documentary Transformation began in July 2013, when the creative team of Boris Yukhananov and Marina Andreikina entered the Moscow Stanislavsky Drama Theatre. The film tells about the birth and formation of a new image for the theatre, depicting all the facets of the transformation and the processes that the theatre experienced over a year's time. The second project is a television version of the dramatic extravaganza The Blue Bird, based on the play by Maurice Maeterlinck, which premiered at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre in the 2014/2015 season.