The revived Tashkent International Film Festival is in the throes of history
A chronicle of the film festival, rich in long past and interesting memories
The Tashkent International Film Festival was held for the first time on October 21-31, 1968. To the festival visited filmmakers from 22 countries in Asia and Africa.
That year, the Tashkent Film Festival was held with 500 representatives from 62 foreign countries, all delegations of the USSR and the United Nations. More than 120 feature and documentary films of the festival were shown in cinemas in Tashkent.
The Third Tashkent International Film Festival: Representatives of 45 countries in Asia and Africa, delegations of the USSR, the United Nations and UNESCO took part
This year's festival also includes representatives from Latin America. The festival was held under the motto "For Peace, Social Development and Freedom of the Peoples".
More than 70 creative meetings have been organized within the framework of the Tashkent International Film Festival. directors attended.
This Tashkent International Film Festival also had a film market, which screens films made in all Soviet republics.
On May 25, 1982, the flag of the VII Tashkent International Film Festival of Asia, Africa and Latin America was hoisted at the Friendship Palace. The grand opening of the festival featured a grand concert of Uzbek artists.
Within the framework of this year's Tashkent International Film Festival, "Sad Tragedy of Love" (Turkmenistan), "Nizami" (Azerbaijan), "Spring is Coming" (Georgia), "Wash Your Blame" (Kazakhstan), "Wolf's Wolf" (Kyrgyzstan), "Fire" (Armenia), "Prisoner" (Tajikistan) and other Soviet feature films.
Before the opening of the Tashkent International Film Festival, pigeons surrounded the hotel "Uzbekistan". Through this, the festival's "For Peace, Social Development and Freedom of Nations!" emphasis on the motto.
Traditionally, this year Tashkent has become the center of attention for filmmakers from three continents. The traditions of the festival are constantly changing, new changes have been made, and the future prospects have developed not only for the film industry, but also for the whole world community.
This year's Tashkent International Film Festival will feature Raj Kapoor, Mithun Chakraborty, Amitabh Bachchan, Nikita Mikhalkov, Chingiz Aitmatov, Angela Davis, Elizabeth Aguilar Gonzalez, Sergei Gerasimov, Tamara Makarova, Nonna Mordyukova, Irina Miroshnichenko, President of the Cannes Film Festival and the Cannes Film Festival. 'plab distinguished guests were invited.
The opening ceremony of the Tashkent International Film Festival in 1997 was held at the Peoples' Friendship Palace. Films directed by Nabi Ganiev and Khudoibergan Devonov were screened at the festival.
Well-known actors, directors and filmmakers from more than 50 countries are expected to attend the Tashkent International Film Festival, which has been revived 24 years later.