The governor of the Kaluga region, Anatoly Artamonov, visited the cinema complex of the studio “Voenfilm”
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On Saturday, October 6, the governor of the Kaluga Region, Anatoly Artamonov, visited the set of the film “Last Frontier”.

The full-length feature film “Last Frontier” about the feat of Podolsk cadets in October 1941 near Moscow is shot by the studio “Voenfilm”. Director – Vadim Shmelev.

Igor Ugolnikov and Vadim Zadorozhny demonstrated large-scale scenery and unique samples of military equipment of those years participating in the shooting and thanked for the support provided by the Government of the Kaluga region to the People’s Film Project.

Vadim Shmelev spoke about the features of the current stage of filming – now the filmmakers are working on mass scenes. In addition, the governor was able to see the preparation and filming of one of the episodes of the film.

Anatoly Artamonov noted the importance of the film project and shared family memories, stressing that recreating the historical truth is impossible without details that are known only to a few survivors.

In an interview with the leadership of the studio “Voenfilm” and the Head of the Administration of the Medyn District Nikolay Kozlov, Anatoly Artamonov discussed aspects of further support for the national film project “Last Frontier”.

The Governor personally thanked Igor Ugolnikov and Vadim Zadorozhny for their active life position in preserving the history of our Motherland and for their great contribution to the development of Medyn District of Kaluga Region.

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