Author Archives: Victoria Kim
Ivan Vasilievich changes career Shurik has built a time machine in his apartment. When it accidentally sends the apartment manager and a thief to the tsar’s palace during Ivan the Terrible’s reign, and the Tsar finds himself in modern Moscow, … Continue reading
(В) Что Вы окончили? (О) Я окончила СПбГУ. Училась на кафедре английской филологии. Также у меня есть специальность по РКИ (прим. русскому языку как иностранному). (В) Что запомнилось больше всего, когда Вы работали в Колледже им. Вильяма и Мэри? (О) … Continue reading
Ostrov (Russian: Остров, The Island) is a 2006 Russian biographical film about a fictional 20th century Eastern Orthodox monk. The film closed the 2006 Venice Film Festival, proved to be a moderate box-office success and won both the Nika Award … Continue reading
Bake pancakes with me in the Russian House! Wait for all of you!
Medovik is a popular dessert in Russia. If you would like to learn how to bake it join me in the Russian House this Wednesday.
Do you think you know the Russian culture, history, language well? Try yourself! Come and play Trivia in the Russian House! WHO: YOU WHEN: November 30th, 7 -8 pm WHERE: Russian House
Trailer: What men talk about Russia, 2010, Director: Dmitrii Diyachenko Judging from the raving Russian internet forums, reviews, and box office results, Dmitrii D’iachenko’s recent comedy What Men Talk About appears to have gained the love and following of wide … Continue reading
Guess what is it? Mmm… Potatoes? Yes and No 🙂 Yes: these are very popular cakes in Russia. No: these cakes just look like potatoes! 🙂 There are two ways to cook these delicious a-la potato-cakes: right way means to … Continue reading
Let’s meet our W&M ALUMNI at the Russian House together!!! Alumni are speaking at Homecoming Reception in the Russian House: Sean Fox (class of 2007) : What is you best memory about the Russian Program? Ginny Bacon and Aylara … Continue reading
The Diamond Arm was made in 1968, directed by slapstick director Leonid Gaidai and starred several famous Soviet actors, including Yuri Nikulin, Andrei Mironov, Anatoli Papanov, Nonna Mordyukova and Svetlana Svetlichnaya. The Diamond Arm has become a Russian cult film. … Continue reading