Dashkova Centre

Russian Film Week: Kharms

The Princess Dashkova Russian Centre and Russian Film Week London,  with informational support from Scotland-Russia Forum, proudly present:



Shown in Russian with English subtitles

Tickets cost £8/£5 and can be purchased via eventbrite in advance, or in cash on the door.


He considers himself a genius but the publishers refuse to print his works. He loves women but they don’t always understand him. Constantly without money and out of touch with reality. The elegant fop Daniil Yuvachov names himself Kharms - a name just as effective as his appearance. Loosely based on the biography of Daniil Kharms, the renowned Russian absurdist author of the beginning of the 20th century.

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Year: 2017

Country: Russia

Director: Ivan Bolotnikov

Screenplay: Ivan Bolotnikov, Sergei Soloviev

Producers: Andrey Sigle, Sasho Pavlovski, Leonid Chub

Cast: Wojciech Urbanski, Aiste Dirziute, Darius Gumauskas, Artem Semakin, Andrey Feskov

Nov 21 2017 -

Russian Film Week: Kharms

Ivan Bolotnikov's fascinating film about Daniil Kharms, shown as part of our Russian Film Week

Screening Room
School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
50 George Square