Andrei Konchalovsky spent the first lecture in GITIS remotely


Андрей Кончаловский провел первую лекцию в ГИТИСе дистанционно
80-year-old Director turned to his students from Italy.

Андрей Кончаловский провел первую лекцию в ГИТИСе дистанционно

Andrei Konchalovsky

Photo: Zurab javakhadze / TASS

This year Andrei Konchalovsky for the first time enrolled a course in
Russian Institute of theatre art (GITIS). Interfaculty
the workshop will be to prepare actors and Directors theatre.

“The goal of our course to inspire young people never lose
one day for self-improvement, – said Konchalovsky. – I would like
to inspire students yesterday to really enrich your knowledge. The opportunity
give a person wholeheartedly, enthusiastically love what he does every day
is what I, as Director, have been doing for half a century”.

Андрей Кончаловский провел первую лекцию в ГИТИСе дистанционно

Classes at GITIS Konchalovsky gave a lecture from Italy

Photo: courtesy of the press service

The first day of school students workshop Andrew
Konchalovsky gathered in the chamber hall of “House of Actors” to get
farewell to the rector of the Institute Gregory A. Zaslavsky and his
coach Andrei Sergeyevich Konchalovsky.

Андрей Кончаловский провел первую лекцию в ГИТИСе дистанционно

Classes at GITIS

Photo: courtesy of the press service

The Director is currently in Italy on the set
his new film “a Monster. Vision,” so in the near future your lectures
the first of which was held yesterday, at the weekend, it will read
remotely.

Classes at GITIS

Photo: courtesy of the press service

Lectures on the Internet is not the only difference
a feature of the course Konchalovsky. The educational process will involve
the best experts on the Russian and European theatres. In the curriculum workshop
will include lectures by teachers from Italy on the subject of “Commedia Dell’arte”, from England –
by reading Shakespeare, teachers from France – according to the Moliere theatre from Japan –
the aesthetics of Japanese theater. Additionally, the educational partners
program, student theatre will receive new equipment that will allow
to stage performances to date.