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Retrospectives
Spain, Bilbao

September 4 - October 30, 2013

Bilbao's film library Alhondiga will be hosting an Andrei Konchalovsky film retrospective.
Spain, Cordova

March 4 - July 25, 2013

A number of Andrei Konchalovsky's films were shown at the Andalucía film library (Filmoteca de Andalucia).
Spain, Valencia

The retrospective cycle of Andrei Konchalovsky's films being held in Spain continued at the Valencia cinemateque.
Spain, Barcelona

18 January - 23 March 2013

The Filmoteca de Catalunya in Barcelona was hosting a retrospective of Andrei Konchalovsky films.
Russia, Moscow

27 October - 16 November 2012
The Andrei Konchalovsky. Vzglyad v proshloe (Looking Back) film retrospective was held to commemorate the director's 75th birthday and his 50 years of career. Hollywood stars who have worked with him in the past were travelling to the Russian capital for the event.
Russia, St. Petersburg

19 October - 10 November 2012
The Andrei Konchalovsky retrospective was held from 20 October to 10 November at the Dom Kino, St. Petersburg.
Russia, Volgograd

26 November - 9 December 2012

The Volgograd Region Film and Video Centre and a number of other venues in the area are taking part in the Andrei Konchalovsky film retrospective.
Russia, Rostov-na-Donu

26 - 30 November 2012

The Rostov-on-Don Dom kino (film house) is hosting a retrospective of Andrei Konchalovsky's films as well as an exhibition of photographs belonging to the director himself.
Russia, Novosibirsk

6 - 27 November 2012

A retrospective of Andrei Konchalovsky's films was held during the annual regional festival "Sibiriyu Rossiya silna" (Thanks to Siberia Russia is strong).
Russia, Krasnodar

28 October - 4 November 2012

Andrei Konchalovsky's Russian and non-Russian films were shown on Krasnodar's largest screen.
Macedonia, Skopje

4 - 13 October 2012

The National Film Archive in the capital of the Republic of Macedonia hosted a retrospective of Andrei Konchalovsky's films.
Armenia, Erevan

1 - 31 October 2012

The third Russian film season in Yerevan included the showing of some of Andrei Konchalovsky's films.
Russia, Samara

25 - 31 October 2012

Andrei Konchalovsky showed his Russian films and those he shot abroad at the T.A. Ivanova Centre of Russian Films.
Italy, Rome

15 - 30 October 2012

The Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Rome is located in the historic quarter of the city, a stone's throw from two famous squares: Campo de' Fiori and Largo di Torre Argentina.
Russia, Nizhniy Novgorod

12 September - 28 October 2012

The Russian Centre for Science and Culture in Rome is located in the historic quarter of the city, a stone's throw from two famous squares: Campo de' Fiori and Largo di Torre Argentina.
Great Britain, London

22 - 26 October 2012
Russia, Ekaterinburg

13 - 17 October, 2012

A retrospective was held from 13 to 17 October at Salut, a hundred-year-old multiplex which is one of the oldest and, at the same time, most modern cinemas in the city.
Germany, Berlin

10 - 11 October 2012

The Russian House for Science and Culture in Berlin hosted the screening of some of Andrei Konchalovsky's Russian films.
Russia, Chelyabinsk

22 August - 3 October, 2012

The Leonid Obolyensky Centre of Film Studies hosted a retrospective of Andrei Konchalovsky films, to commemorate the director's birthday.
Kirgizia, Bishkek

4 October, 2012

On 4 October the Bishkek National Library hosted an event to commemorate Teachers' Day. Distinguished teachers were awarded diplomas by the Russian Embassy in Kyrgyzstan. During the event, and as part of the festival dedicated to the work of Andrei Konchalovsky, his film The First Teacher, based on Chingiz Aitmatov's story, was screened.
Spain, Madrid

11 - 27 September, 2012

One of Spain's most popular film libraries screened a number of Konchalovsky's Russian and non-Russian films.
Latvia, Riga

14 - 24 September, 2012

The Andrei Konchalovsky film retrospective opened the Baltic Pearl International Film Festival. The world premiere of the Three Sisters was held at Riga's Dailes Theatre.
Russia, Rybinsk

24 September, 2012

At 6pm on 24 September, the Sovremennik film society in Rybinsk hosted a gathering dedicated to Andrei Konchalovsky's work and to the festival being held in his honour.
Russia, Ufa

18-19 September, 2012

As part of Andrei Konchalovsky's double anniversary, the Ufa Centre of Russian Cinema screened a number of the director's films.
Russia, Kazan

5 - 11 September, 2012

During the 8th Kazan International Festival of Muslim Cinema, which was held from 5 to 11 September, Andrei Konchalovsky was awarded the special jury prize.
Bulgary, Varna

31 August - 6 September, 2012

The 20th "Love is Folly" International Film Festival (Varna, Bulgaria) featured a series of Andrei Konchalovsky's Russian films.
Russia, Pskov

1 September, 2012

The Pskov Central State Library on Konnaya street celebrated the start of the academic year and the Day of Knowledge by giving students of the Pskov Linguistic School the unique book The Nutcracker and the Rat King. Written by Marietta Chudakova, it features illustrations by Alexander Utkin, an up-and-coming graphic designer from Obninsk.
Russia, Krasnoyarsk

27 -31 August, 2012

On Cinema Day, the oldest cinema in Krasnoyarsk hosted a retrospective of Andrei Konchalovsky's films.
Bulgary, Sofia

20 - 28 August, 2012

From 20 to 28 August, the capital of Bulgaria, a city with 2 million people, enjoyed an Andrei Konchalovsky film retrospective.
Poland, Warsaw

2011
17 - 27 November
"Sputnik" festival
Spain, Segovia

2011
16 - 22 November
Bulgary, Sofia

2011
7-11 September
Russia, Moscow

2011
7-11 August
Gody dalnykh stranstvii (My Years in a Faraway Land)
Azerbaidjan, Baku

2011
20 May - 5 June
Romania, Bucharest

2011
11 - 17 April
Great Britain, London

2011
20 -30 January
France, Paris

2009
18 February - 4 March
Andrei Konchalovsky's Russia
Russia, St. Petersburg

2007
14 - 19 november
Russia, Moscow

2007
21 - 30 october