Russian producers plan 144-episode TV series on the rise, glory, and bloody downfall of the House of Romanov.
One is in the running for an Oscar, another, very different take aired on French television despite Kyiv’s objections.
With the president’s blessing, his biopic director, Rustem Abdrashev, is shooting a series reimaging the birth of the first Kazakh state.
Performers from Russia’s many Turkic-populated regions have their hopes dashed as authorities suspend ties with the contest’s backer.
Government calls for licensing authority to more closely scrutinize performers’ lyrics, embrace of Uzbek values.
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