The Committee of state Duma for culture introduced the bill forbidding to interrupt the screening of films on TV for the sake of advertising. About this newspaper "Izvestia".
Among the initiators of the law — the Director Stanislav Govorukhin and actress Elena Drapeko. According to deputies, it is necessary to forbid "to tear the fabric of the films advertising". The bill also restricts the duration of commercials to two minutes instead of four.
"When the film is taken into account and the emotional state of the audience. Therefore, when suddenly in the middle of the dramatic narrative TV channels put cheerful "reklamace", it looks like the sculpture of Venus de Milo put Pinocchio's nose," said Drapeko.
The state Duma Committee on information policy, information technologies and communications said that the bill could lead to negative economic consequences for the state TV channels and the Federal budget.
The head of the Ministry of culture of Russia Vladimir Medinsky will take part in the opening ceremony of the exhibition "War and myths" in the Northern (Arctic) University in Arkhangelsk. The exhibition, organized by the Russian military historical society, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the battle of Moscow. The opening will take place on 8 may.
The Russian government handed a letter of thanks to the representatives of the Ministry of culture for significant contribution to the development of the Open data project. The ceremony was held in the framework of summing up the second all-Russian contest "Open data of the Russian Federation".
The Ministry of culture of Russia has introduced a software platform through which you can design a space for exhibitions and permanent collections of museums in virtual reality. It is noted that the program was developed in the framework of the project "Museum town", showing the future appearance of the Pushkin Museum named after Pushkin.
Pyongyang has threatened to destroy a nuclear submarine of the U.S. Navy, which earlier this week came in South Korea's port of Busan. "When Michigan will try at least to move, he will be doomed to the miserable fate of becoming an underwater Ghost, unable to return to the surface" — promise propagandists from North Korea.
American film Director Oliver stone has confirmed that a film about Russian President Vladimir Putin. It is reported by The Sydney Morning Herald, which the filmmaker gave an interview. The newspaper claims that the picture, which, in particular, will talk about Russia's influence on U.S. elections, will be a hit.
The mission of the British spy plane RC-135W to collect data on the Russian military base on the Baltic sea was revealed through a mobile app for tracking passenger liners. The media drew attention to the fact that the development of the spy plane RC-135W cost the country $ 650 million pounds.