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Feature Films (Russian) - The Brest Fortress (PG13)

Feature Films was originally launched in 2018 to bring the best of Singaporean films to the alumni community. To bring greater awareness to the cosmopolitan cultures within our Little Red Dot, NUS Alumni Relations will collaborate with diplomatic missions in Singapore to introduce the unique culture and essence of each country through films.

Due to limited seating capacity, registration is closed.

Auditorium, Shaw Foundation Alumni House
06 May 2021
7.30pm - 10.00pm
NUS Alumni Relations
Ms Tan Li Hui
6601 7659

Event Details

The Brest Fortress is a 2010 Russian-Belarusian war film recounting the June 1941 defense of Brest Fortress against invading Wehrmacht forces in the opening stages of Operation Barbarossa, Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II. Events are narrated from the perspective of 15-year-old Sasha Akimov, centering on three resistance zones holding out against the protracted German siege. The defending forces are led by regiment commander Major Pyotr Gavrilov (44th Rifle Regiment of the Red Army), with Regimental Commissar Yefim Fomin (84th Rifle Regiment of the Red Army), and the head of the 9th Frontier Outpost, Lieutenant Andrey Mitrofanovich Kizhevatov.

Runtime: 133 min
In Russian with English subtitles

Terms & Conditions

  • Food, drinks and flowers are not allowed inside the Auditorium.
  • Flash photography and videography are not allowed.
  • All mobile devices must be on silent mode or switched off during the screening.
  • Photography and videography by the NUS Office of Alumni Relations (OAR) may be carried out throughout the event. OAR and its event partner, the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Singapore, may use some or all of these images in their print publications, digital platforms and marketing channels.

To ensure everyone's safety, the following Safe Management Measures will be implemented:
  • Registration is required and walk-ins will not be accepted.
  • If you are unwell or experiencing any of the following symptoms – fever, cough, sore throat, breathing difficulties or loss of sense of smell – please see a doctor and we regret that you will not be admitted to the event.
  • Admission opens at 7pm and closes at 8pm.
  • All attendees are required to check-in via SafeEntry.
  • Temperature Screening will be conducted. Attendees with temperature of 37.5oC or higher will be asked to leave.
  • Attendees are required to keep their masks on at all times and maintain a safe distance of at least 1 metre from other attendees.
  • Only single seats are available and will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Tickets will be issued at the door and change of seats is not allowed.
  • To minimise disturbance to other attendees, please refrain from leaving your seat once the show has started.

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