Art Exhibitions Music Doc. Films Foundation  

For the first animated feature film produced by 20th Century Fox Studios, Swashbuckler completed on-location filming in St. Petersburg.
Brubeck Returns to Moscow
The Brubeck Mass "To Hope! A Celebration" plus Brubeck's jazz masterpiece "Blue Rondo a la Turk" featuring the Dave Brubeck Quartet and the Russian National Orchestra, conducted by Russell Gloyd
Swinging into Russia with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis
The video captures Marsalis and LCJO in their first performances in Russia, concerts, jam sessions, and small ensemble sessions set in St. Petersburg and Moscow
Russian Folk Art and Toys
The 8-minute documentary was filmed by Alexander Gutman in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sergiev Posad and Abramtsevo, locations of rich collections of Russian folk art.
Tatyana Zhurkov Solo Exhibition
The 8-minute video documents the opening at the Stroganov Palace of the State Russian Museum with commentary by Dr. Alexander Borovsky, head of the museum's Department of Newest Art. It contains a video catalogue of the exhibition, as a supplement to the printed exhibition catalogue
Vladimir Ovchinnikov, St. Petersburg Artist
In 1996 the State Hermitage Museum honored a handful of heroic artists in a series entitled "They Worked at the Hermitage." Vladimir Ovhinnikov was one of those artists
Yuri Petrochenkov, Russian Porcelain Artist
The underground world of St. Petersburg porcelain artist Yuri Petrochenkov is the unifying theme of this 24-minute documentary video
Frescoes, Alexander Gutman
Frescoes, a recent documentary film by Alexander Gutman, was selected for the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. In Frescoes Gutman reveals the soul of Armenia