Talk:Moscow International Film Festival

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Lists containing red links only are never helpful, per WP:CONTEXT. --Ghirla -трёп- 16:22, 30 October 2006 (UTC)

The winners of MIFF from 1989 till now[edit]

2006: Om Sara, (Sweden)

2005: Kosmos kak predchuvstvie, (Russia)

2004: Svoi, (Russia)

2003: La luz prodigiosa, (Spain)

2002: Resurrezione, (Italy)

2001: The Believer, (USA)

2000: Zycie jako smiertelna choroba przenoszona droga plciowa, (Poland)

1999: Ikitai, (Japan)

1998: not held

1997: Marvin's room, (USA)

1995: unknown

1993: Moi Ivan, toi Abraham, (France, Belarus)

1991: Pegiy pyos, Begushchiy kraem morya , (USSR)

1989: Ladri di saponette , (Italy)

A note about the MIFF website URLs[edit]

I just stumbled across this article by way of an article that shares references to the MIFF web site. It may be useful for the editors in this area to know that the MIFF website appears to be built such that archive URLs will change every year. For instance, in 2012, the year of the 34th MIFF, the archive link to information about the 4th MIFF in 1965 was moscowfilmfestival.ru/miff34/eng/archives/?year=1965. However, in 2015, the year of the 37th MIFF, the archive link to the 4th MIFF in 1965 is moscowfilmfestival.ru/miff37/eng/archives/?year=1965. Based on that pattern I'm just going to go ahead and assume that these links will update every year, and thus Wikipedia's references will have to be updated every year.

I've manually archived for the 4th, 5th, and 7th (which are the ones referenced in the article where I noticed this), but editors interested in the festival itself may want to do the same for all the other years. The procedure is something along the lines of: 1) visit http://archive.org in your browser; 2) paste in the URL you want to archive; 3) if archive.org hasn't already archived it, it will say so and offer to "Archive this page now"; add parameters |archive-url=[the archive URL from archive.org], |archive-date=[the date you performed the archive], and |dead-url=no to the {{Cite web}} citation templates referencing the archives. This edit may illustrate the idea.

Alternately, if any interested editor speaks Russian, contacting the MIFF and suggesting that they provide permanent URLs for archival material would not be a bad idea. --Xover (talk) 04:19, 14 September 2015 (UTC)

Lack of basic informations[edit]

  • The first festival took place under Stalin, at the time of genocides.
  • The festival was Soviet (when it was controlled by the Communist Party and censored), now it's Russian.Xx236 (talk) 06:08, 12 April 2017 (UTC)

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