Full-dome films will be showcased in the Planetaruim of the K.E.Tsiolkovsky State Museum of the History of Cosmonautics

Before every screening, Russian scientists will give speeches, speaking in a simple manner on the difficult and highly interesting topic of space.

April 12th, 16:00
Popular-science planetarium film ‘Space History of Russia’, preceded by the lecture ‘The Moon: the second attack’, delivered by Sergey Yazev.

April 13th, 16:00, 19:00
Popular-science planetarium film ‘Listening to the Universe’, preceded by the lecture ‘History of the Solar System’, delivered by Dmitry Vibé.

April 14th, 16:00, 19:00
Popular-science planetarium film ‘Guiding Stars’, preceded by lectures ‘Stars - birth, life, destiny’ and ‘Treasures of the starry sky: star clusters, nebulae, galaxies‘, delivered by Oleg Ugolnikov, senior research scientist of the Russian Space Research Institute.

April 15th, 16:00, 19:00
Popular-science planetarium film ‘Star Stories’, preceded by the lecture ‘Myth, Sky, Art‘, delivered by Andrey Fesenko, Assistant Professor of the Culture studies department at the Moscow State Art and Cultural University and academic supervisor of the B.A.Maximachev Planetarium.

April 16th, 16:00
Popular-science planetarium film ‘Seven Wonders of Ancient World’ from Egypt, preceded by the lecture ‘Seven Star Wonders‘, delivered by Andrey Fesenko.

The Tsiolkovsky International Space Film Festival will be held in Kaluga on April 12-16, with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Presidential Fund for Cultural Initiatives, the Roscosmos State Corporation, the Kaluga Region Government and the Ministry of Culture, the Kaluga City Administration, Rossotrudnichestvo, the K.E. Tsiolkovsky State Museum of the History of Cosmonautics, the Association of Planetariums of Russia and other public and commercial organizations.