Russian film at Social Centre in Altea

FILM FESTIVAL: Svetlana Fedoseenko, Aurora Serrat and Pavlo Ledyayeu Photo credit: Altea town hall

THERE is still time to see a Russian film at Altea’s Social Centre this evening at 7pm.

Altea, which is collaborating with the Fifth Edition of the Cine Volna International Film Festival held from September 10-14 in Alicante City, was chosen to screen Dmitry Meskhiev’s 2018 film, Two Tickets Home.

Beforehand Altea’s Culture councillor Aurora Serrat met Pavlo Ledyayeu, president of the Eastern European Citizens’ Association (LAD) and Svetlana Fedoseenko to hear details of the Festival.


“Two tickets home” tells the story of a small girl who discovers that she is not, as she believed, an orphan. After learning that her father is alive, not dead, and the girl decides to look for him.

The film will shown in its original Russian version with Spanish subtitles and introduced by the well-known film and stage actor Sergey Garmash who takes the film’s leading role.

Entry is free but the audience is limited to the capacity of the screening room.

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