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Call for Entries has successfully concluded

The Directorate of the Baikal International Film Festival, named after V. Rasputin, has closed the submission deadline for the upcoming edition. The shortlist will be announced in June, with the Festival taking place in September. The Festival regulations and the application form can be found at Alternatively, submissions can also be made through FilmFreeway.

17 April 2024 г.

Call for Entries - 2024

Applications for participation are accepted from February 1 to April 10, 2024. The shortlist will be announced in June. The festival itself will take place from September 17 to 27, with the main program from September 19 to 23.

06 February 2024 г.


In Irkutsk, at the closing ceremony of the 22nd Baikal International Film Festival «People and Environment» n.a. V.G. Rasputin, which took place on September 25 at the Youth House, the winners were announced. First Deputy Governor Roman Kolesov congratulated them on behalf of the head of the region.
The jury members summed up the results of the competition program. 35 films from 17 countries took part in it: 9 documentaries, 8 popular science films, 6 feature films, 12 animations. The screenings took place at the House of Cinema and the New Cinema cinema. In addition, a separate jury evaluated 6 full-dome films that could be viewed at the Irkutsk Planetarium and the Great Irkutsk Planetarium, based at school No. 19.
23 June 2023 г.

The Competition program of the People and Environment is compiled

The Competition program of the People and Environment is compiled

23 June 2023 г.

The Non-competition program of the 22d Baikal International Film Festival

The Non-competition program of the 22d Baikal International Film Festival includes 10 non-fiction films

17 June 2023 г.

The shortlist of the People and Environment Film Festival has been announced

Out of 123 applications of the 21st Baikal International Film Festival named after V. Rasputin competition program 25 works have been selected: 15 documentaries, 7 popular science and 3 feature films. The majority of them come from Russia. They are 18 works, including those created by Irkutsk filmmakers Anastasia Zverkova, Yulia Byvsheva and Pavel Skorobogatov. Also, there are works from Iran, Slovakia, Argentina, the UK and the USA. The list of participants of the non-competition program and the full-dome cinema section will be announced later.

28 July 2022 г.

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