Russia's First IMAX 3D Film 'Stalingrad' Gets US Release in February

January 10, 2014


After becoming Russia's official entry to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, the World War II drama Stalingrad will get a one-week exclusive run in IMAX 3D screens here in the United States. That might not sounds like a big deal since foreign films get released here (albeit in much smaller release patterns) all the time, but Stalingrad is actually the first Russian film made completely in 3D, and it's also their first ever film release in the IMAX format. Columbia Pictures is giving the film just one week to hit IMAX screens starting on February 28th, so check your local listings to see if you're able to check it out.

Here's the trailer for Fedor Bondarchuk's Stalingrad if you haven't seen it yet:

Stalingrad is directed by Fedor Bondarchuk (9th Company, The Inhabited Island previously). It is 1942. The Soviet army plans to mount a counter-attack on the Nazi forces that occupy half of Stalingrad on the other side of river Volga. But the operation to cross the river is unsuccessful. A few soldiers who managed to get to the other side take refuge in a house on the bank of Volga. Here they find a girl who did not escape when the Germans came. True romance would blossom in this unlikely place amid the bloodiest battle in the history of mankind. Columbia Pictures releases the film on IMAX 3D screens for one week February 28th.

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Wow... I did not expect that comming... marvelous trailer. I`ve got to see this!

Szkari on Jan 10, 2014


...and I am not Russian;)

Szkari on Jan 10, 2014


Since when do you have to be of the nationality of the movie's makers to watch it? I'd hate to have that prerequisite, though I guess i'd still have the trailer park boys.

Dan Hibiki on Jan 10, 2014


I see you got me wrong there. I gave a positive opinion about the Russian movie because I thought it looks great not because I am Indian, Russian, Belgian etc. But the movie is Russian about Russian history so it is normal that more Russiand will be interested in this movie that other nations. It is simple as it is. And that is why I mentioned I am not Russian;)

Szkari on Jan 11, 2014


That looks sweet!

Internet Reality on Jan 10, 2014


Intense! Nothing like camping.

Nick Sears on Jan 11, 2014

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