At 5 pm the viewers gathered together in the entertainment center in Lloret de Mar. It’s worth mentioning that the majority of the people attending didn't know the Russian language, however, they considered the Russian culture interesting and spiritually close, while the subtitles and dubbing of the films helped to break the language barrier.
Some pieces of work were presented to the audience, among them were a few outstanding creations: 18-minute short film "The Last of Europe" by Kirill Vertyaev and some more famous films by successful directors: the leader of the Soviet film distribution of 1982 "Sportloto-82" (1982) by Leonid Gaidai and "To the sea!" (2008) by Yaroslav Chevazhevskiy.
At the end of the day in the building of "Russian Dom (House)" there was a meeting with the representatives of the studio of popular scientific, documentary, feature and corporate films "Lennauchfilm": Lyudmila Budarina and Nadezhda Babayeva. Among the films brought from St. Petersburg was a motion picture about the largest lake of Europe – Ladoga, which aroused great interest. The film "Ladoga - the Unknown Lake" by the director Andrey Pavlenko tries to expand a framework of stereotypes about Ladoga as a "Road of Life” and a source of fresh water.
During the evening the documentary film shot by the studio for the 300th anniversary of creation of the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (The Kunstkamera Museum) was shown. The Petersburgian director/producer Innokenti Ivanov created it with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. It should be noted that it is the first-ever movie about a museum, its basis and development. Unfortunately, within a film festival viewing only the first of six parts of the film took place, each of which tells about a separate stage in the history of The Kunstkamera Museum.
The next day was devoted to "Day of Ukraine". The entertainment center in Lloret de Mar, as well as the day before, welcomed visitors who were interested in learning about new cultures. Among the shown films there were representatives of several genres: the promotional videos "Travel to Ukraine" from Idriska Tour travel agency, the documentary film "Vashkovtsi. Malanka" from the director of travel agency "Feeriya" and the creator/anchorman of "Extravaganza of travel" Igor Zakharenko, and also the feature film "Everything is illuminated" from the director Liev Schreiber. The film tells us about a young American of Jewish origin who has been obsessed with his family past. He goes to Ukraine in search of the woman who rescued his grandfather from fascists during the war.
At the end of the day there was a meeting with a famous camera man Igor Krupnov who lives in Spain now. He told the audience about the beginning of his career and shared his plans for the future. At the very end of the evening the historical slideshow was presented to the audience where the viewers could follow the story of the participants of “Dance Academy Alira” (Lloret de Mar, Spain). The ambiguous assessment was given to Igor Krupnov's art film "Scarcity of oxygen", which premiere took place in 1992. The picture touched upon the delicate subject of “army hazing" in the 90’s and human crisis.