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Soyuzmulfilm will open an animation museum on its new premises

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Soyuzmulfilm will open an animation museum on its new premises


Soyuzmultfilm Russian Animation Studio plans to open a museum of Soviet and Russian Animation history in the closest future, TASS reports. The Chairman of the Board of the Studio Yuliana Slashcheva has claimed that the exposition will be located in a new building at Korolev Street in Moscow.

She has commented that mainly thanks to the meeting with Russian President and his support, Soyuzmultfilm got a new building.  

According to Slashcheva, Golden Collection of National Animation will be moved to a new building. A museum of animation with public access will be established here.

Yuliana Slashcheva has also added that Russian Ministry of Culture financed acquisition of new equipment and modernization of the old one. “We need only a third part of the new premises and propose to establish Animation Technopark – House of Russian Animation based on Soyuzmultfim. The rest of the premises could be occupied by medium and small-sized animation studios, which are about forty in number on the territory of Russia”, the head of Soyuzmultfilm said.

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