Uzbek film "Two thousand songs of Farida" nominated for "Oscar"

Uzbek film "Two thousand songs of Farida" nominated for "Oscar"

The Academy Awards Committee of Uzbekistan has nominated the feature film "Two thousand songs of Farida" for the Academy award in the category "Best international feature film", reports with reference to "Uzbekkino".

A week earlier, the film "Two thousand songs of Farida" won the “Moscow premiere” international film festival.

The film, produced by Fox music cinema and commissioned by the “Uzbekkino” National Agency, tells the story of a family's life and political passions in Turkestan at the beginning of the 20th century.

The main character of the film - Kamil, who lives with three wives away from people, marries for the fourth time.Conflicts related to the arrival of a new woman in the family and the political situation in this region lead to the fact that the family is destroyed.

The author and Director of the film is Yolkin Tuychiev, the cinematographer is Bahodir Yuldashev, and the production designer is Bektosh Rajabov.

Starring starred Bahrom Matchonov, Yulduz Rajabova, Elmira Rahimzhonova, Mariana Uljaeva, Sanobar Haknazarova, Nodira Hojikulyeva and others.

The 93rd “Oscar” awards ceremony will take place on April 25, 2021 in Los Angeles at the famous Dolby theater.

The Oscar Committee of Uzbekistan was created in the spring of 2019 on the initiative of the national Agency "Uzbekkino", the youth Union and the National Film Commission of Uzbekistan.

Last year, Uzbekistan was represented at the awards by Umida Hamdamova's film "Hot bread".

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