Russia nominates Stalingrad for Oscars

Russia nominates Stalingrad for Oscars

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The 1942-43 siege of Stalingrad resulted in the deaths of almost 2 million and looms as large in Russian memory as D-Day and Pearl Harbor do in the U.S. "The film, Russia's first (probably the world's first) 3D retelling of the historic clash of titans on the banks of the Volga, has been made with an attention to detail unparalleled in recent WWII movies," Moscow film journalist Nick Holdsworth tells The Hollywood Reporter.

Bondarchuk has said he intends to screen Stalingrad only at IMAX theaters for the first two weeks, which would thwart pirating and boost box office grosses. Its release date will be announced soon, following recent celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the battle.

"Stalingrad has all chances of becoming one of [Russia’s] top-grossing movies ever,” Rudovsky said.

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Massive Scale Warfare In Second Trailer For Bondarchuk's STALINGRAD

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The 1942-43 siege of Stalingrad resulted in the deaths of almost 2 million and looms as large in Russian memory as D-Day and Pearl Harbor do in the U.S. "The film, Russia's first (probably the world's first) 3D retelling of the historic clash of titans on the banks of the Volga, has been made with an attention to detail unparalleled in recent WWII movies," Moscow film journalist Nick Holdsworth tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Bondarchuk has said he intends to screen Stalingrad only at IMAX theaters for the first two weeks, which would thwart pirating and boost box office grosses. Its release date will be announced soon, following recent celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the battle.
"Stalingrad has all chances of becoming one of [Russia’s] top-grossing movies ever,” Rudovsky said.
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I look forward to seeing that film, I'm sure it will be very interesting, indeed.

Again I'm reminded of the great sacrifices our great nation endured, to be victorious over the Anglo saxon racist nazi scum.

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