Battle for Life: (Catastrophes, 4x26 min. HD) Man has been targeted for viral attacks since time immemorial.
WWI Top Secrets: (History, 3x44 min. HD) After the Russian army’s disastrous defeat in the war with the Kaiser’s Germany the Russian Empire collapsed, the Russian people were forced to abandon their faith in Tsar and fatherland and to adopt the Bolshevik Revolution. Learn secrets and sensations of WWI—the Russian view of history.
Life and Fate: (Historical drama, 6x90 min. HD) The action takes place in the 1940s. The characters are involved in the Battle of Stalingrad. They invent the nuclear bomb, suffer under torture in the Gulag dungeons; they are starving to death in a Jewish ghetto… No matter what happens in their lives, no matter what their fate is – their love is stronger than war and death.
Fyodor Dostoevsky: (Drama, 8x44 min. HD) Well recognized in literary circles, Dostoevsky was also financially strapped. Disdained by authorities, he had the grace of a sovereign. Both loving and jealous, rejoicing and suffering, Dostoevsky the man was a living, breathing paradox.
The Spy: (Adventure drama, 1x110 min./4x44 min. HD) In the spring of ’41, top German espionage agent the dreadful and elusive Wasser of the Abwehr Intelligence Service holds the Soviet State Security Commissariat by the throat. Two mavericks—a greenhorn boxer and an experienced spy—are the NKGB’s last hope for setting things right.
The White Guard: (Drama, 8x44 min. HD) When civil war breaks out in Russia, a town is torn apart by German invaders, Ukrainian nationalists and the communists. Loyalist intellectuals, the Turbin family, face certain death but are more tormented by their beloved country’s music, poetry and beauty disappearing before their very eyes.
Big Ballet: (Format, 7x120 min. HD) Exciting and passionate competition of young ballet stars, gorgeously staged by the world-famous choreographers.
The Russian Far East: (Social research, 2x44 min. HD) A huge part of Russia, the Far East is a fabulous land of seas and oceans, the boundless taiga and unique Amur tigers.
The Cadets: (Drama/military, 10x44 min. HD) A shortage of junior officers requires military command to shorten training courses for the next wave of graduating cadets. Forced to become frontline commanders before their time, this may be the last winter in these young lieutenants’ lives.
Keep Flaunting Your Beauty, Saint-Petersburg!: (Doc./culture, 41x26 min. HD) Architects Bartolomeo Rastrelli, Domenico Trezzini, Leonty Benua and Giacomo Quarenghi were foreigners to the land, but they understood the soul of Russia and were able to translate its beauty into stone.
Moscow Metro: (Doc./culture, 1x85 min. HD) In 1930 construction began on a Moscow "Metro." The work was an example of heroic labor and each station was an architectural masterpiece.
Space Odysseys of the 21st Century: (Space, 4x26 min. HD) Today’s Russian cosmonauts discuss their lives on the International Space Station. Their candid story is illustrated with exclusive footage shot at the Moscow Space Center and the training facility for the young cosmonauts.
The Color JF War. Battle for Moscow: (Doc./history, 1x44 min. HD) Devoted to 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi troops near Moscow, the film consists of shots of Soviet and captured German newsreels and documentaries in color.
Secrets of the Institute for Noble Maidens: (Costume melodrama, 259x44 min. HD) In 1880, as the Russian Empire is being shaken to its core by terrorism, the Smolny Institute for Noble Maidens is filled with curtsies, jokes, laughter, childhood infatuations and secrets.
Peter the Great. Testament: (Historical drama, 2x90 min./4x44 min. HD) At the end of his life, Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia, falls for Princess Maria Cantemir, a young, prominent, well-educated woman.
By Sickle and Stone: The USSR Vs the Third Reich : (Doc./culture, 1x44 min. HD) In 1937, the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany had competing pavilions for the main prize at the World Economic Fair. Architectural masterpieces rose in front of each other glorifying their countries: a statue of a worker and a peasant girl against a black marble eagle, Northern Classic Tradition against Red Constructivism, Germany against Russia.
Two Bullets For Gorbachev: (History, 1x44 min. HD) On November 7th, 1990, Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev stands atop the Mausoleum in Moscow’s Red Square. Walking with the crowds, Alexander Shmonov holds a double barrel shotgun under his coat. The unsuccessful assassin tells the story of his attempt on Gorbachev’s life.
Lost City of Orhan Pamuk : (Culture, 1x39 min. HD) Walking the streets of Istanbul with celebrated Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk, viewers see the surroundings from the Nobel laureate’s perspective.
The Secret Advisor To Korolev : (Space, 1x39 min. HD) Mikhail Tihonravov created the word “cosmonaut,” made the first Soviet rocket to utilize liquid oxygen and kerosene, suggested ideas for the famous inter-ballistic missile R-7, foretold the creation of world’s first spaceship Vostok, and was the actual creator of Soviet space program. Nevertheless, that title would be taken by his more daring, ambitious friend and co-worker Sergey Korolev.
Kandahar: (Feature film/action, 1x99 min. HD) When their cargo plane is forced to land in Kandahar, five Russian pilots are captured by the Taliban. Forced to spend three-hundred-seventy-eight days in hell, they face questions of loyalty and survival but no challenge is greater than the treacherous escape route home.