Top 10 International Festivals in October
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Manhattan Short Film Festival 2019
Sept 26 – Oct 6
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Starting on 26 September, more than 400 cinemas and movie clubs, art centers, universities, and even museums around the world will take place in an international screening of the 2019 Manhattan Short Film Festival and the vote for best film! 10 short films from all over the world will take part in the program: an apocalyptic future and the last world war, the problems of immigrants in America, the burden of the past and solitude, driving lessons in Iran, and much more. Check the schedule here
The “Delhi” Bazaar
Oct 4 – Oct 6
If you’re keen on getting some unique Indian items, the “Delhi Bazaar” festival is for you! It takes place on Oct 4 – Oct 6 at Danilovsky Hall. Entrance is free.
Visitors can view and buy toys, candies, interior decorating items from India, and lots more. The events includes master classes and special offers.
Trancemission — «Reflection» Festival (feat Paul Oakenfold)
Don’t miss put the legendary trance festival taking place in Moscow once a year! This year Paul Oakenfold will be its special guest.
Shnit Worldwide Short Film Festival 2019
Oct 17 – Oct 27
The festival is an exceptional eleven-day event with a unique concept – a transnational film festival simultaneously taking place in multiple cities on five continents worldwide, with three main components: shnit PLAYGROUNDS, taking place in all of our PLAYGROUND cities, shnit SHORTS, in cinemas all around the world. Check the schedule here
World Latin Cup 2019
On October 19 the State Kremlin Palace will host the World Latin Dance Cup among professionals. The organizer is the honoured worker of arts of Russia, the honourable vice-president of WDC, the president of the Russian Dance Union Stanislav Popov.
Performances of the best dancers of the world are already good tradition for the Moscow Kremlin. Two World Latin Dance Cups have already taken place at its floor. Both of them had great success, were widely covered by the media and became the best in the history of WDC championships.
The Coming World: Ecology as the New Politics 2030–2100
Now – Until Dec 1
The Coming World: Ecology as the New Politics 2030–2100 is a major exhibition project that brings together historical and new works by over 50 Russian and international artists and will occupy the entire Museum building. It takes a look at a future already in the making, when the environmental agenda will become one of the main political questions. Entrance fee is 500 rubles. Book Tickets here