Scandals of the week 10.02.2001 (2001)

Telecast №74840, 1 part, duration: 0:45:06
Production: VID
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Anchor:Petr Tolstoj

Reel №1

Scandal in Ukraine: the fact of wiretapping of the office of President Leonid Kuchma has been established.

The guest of the program is the writer Viktor Yerofeyev.

A conversation about the significant events of the past week.

The crew of the submarine K-19 is dissatisfied with the script of the American feature film "K-19" and demands to remove from the credits the mention that the film is based on real events.

The meeting of the St.

Petersburg Club of submariners with Harrison Ford and director Catherine Bigelow is told by the chairman of the club Igor Kurdin, officers of the K-19 submarine Gleb Bogatsky, Valentin Shabanov, Vitaly Kovalkov, Leonid Sologub, Viktor Strelets.

Two film companies, two different scripts, and fake contracts with veterans-conflict of interest or fraud?

Representatives of veteran submariners are preparing a lawsuit for copyright protection.

Oleg Kalmykov, President of the Soyuz-Creativity Gallery, organized an exhibition of portraits of the Russian president called "Putin among Us".

Oleg Kalmykov, artists Fyodor Dubrovin and Valery Podkuiko talk about the impact of the exhibition on the public and about various images of Vladimir Putin.

Where pride gets you: a candidate for governor of the Tula region walks in the snow barefoot and cuts off his finger on his hand during filming.

The trial of NKVD veteran Yevgeny Savenko, accused of genocide of the Latvian people, took place in Liepaja.

Interview fragments: Evgeny Savenko, Prosecutor of Alma Aperane, Consul General of the Russian Federation in Latvia Valery Polyakov.

Children-counterfeiters: in Lyubertsy, students of the Balashikha school No. 12, who were engaged in the production of counterfeit banknotes, were detained.

The head of the press service of the RUBOP of the Moscow region, Alexander Petrushin, investigator Pavel Astakhov, school director Victoria Ustinova, class teacher Lyudmila Koftunkina and classmates of the detainees tell about the investigation.

To pay off its depositors, Incombank is putting up for open sale a corporate collection, the highlight of the program is Kazimir Malevich's painting "Black Square".

The approximate cost of works of art of this level and the rules for their sale are explained by the president of the auction house "Gelos" Oleg Stetsyura, Deputy director of the Pushkin Museum Mikhail Kamensky, representative of the Ministry of Culture Viktor Petrakov.


Erofeev V.V. - Russian writer, literary critic, television and radio host. Bogatsky GS - Captain I rank in reserve, veteran of special risk units of the Russian Federation, corresponding member of the International Academy of Ecology, Human and Nature Safety. Kamenskiy M.A. - Russian art critic, Candidate of Philosophy, Honored Artist of the Republic of North Ossetia - Alania, Corresponding Member Russian Academy of Arts, art-manager, journalist and analyst of the art market, the founder of the auction house "Alpha-Art." Petrakov V.V. - a local historian, collector, acting head of Rosokhrankultura (2010-2011).

Calendar: 1940-1941 1944

Locations: Moscow [820] Moscow region [788] St. Petersburg [814] Tula [861] Latvia [122]

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