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Culture24
Tue, 18 Nov 2014 20:12:12 -0800

Uncertain times for theatres call for even more fervent support from their fans. The Royal Opera House, Shakespeare's Globe and Glyndebourne are a few of the grandest venues to take part in the first ever LoveTheatre day on Twitter, but the size of ...
 
Reuters
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 03:07:30 -0700

In its heyday, the seafront camp was so cutting edge it was used as the set for Soviet science fiction films. Today, it is mostly in disrepair. Shrubs poke through the cracking cement of a giant empty pool, and a graffiti-covered statue of Lenin ...

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wallpaper.com
Thu, 30 Jan 2014 05:33:49 -0800

Eastern European art network, Tranzit, who selected the 117 works shown, transformed the fifth floor of the museum into a spaceship, complete with a transporter portal, inspired by the many Soviet science fiction films of the 'space race' era. One such ...
 
HotNews
Mon, 19 Nov 2012 12:06:54 -0800

In 1979, two Soviet science-fiction films were released, both of the screenplays (and the original novels upon which they were based) were written by the legendary Russian science-fiction authors and brothers Boris and the late Arkadiy Strugatskiy. The ...
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