Uzbek Kino and the Russian radio and television network 'MIR' intend to co-produce a documentary film on Uzbekistan.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute quoting uza.uz, the 50-minute film is set to be produced on the occasion of Uzbekistan's chairmanship in the CIS in 2020. To carry out this joint project, Video conferences were held with participation of the Deputy Chairman of MIR Irina Kuzminskaya, Director General of Uzbekkino National Agency Firdavs Abdukhalikov, Director of the State Unitary Enterprise "Film Studio of Documentary and Chronicle" Bakhodir Adilov, media consultant Andrey Teshayev, as well as representatives of the project's creative and technical team within the framework of preparation for the implementation of the project.
The purpose of the joint project is to demonstrate the achievements of the new, developing Uzbekistan in all spheres of life, as well as to strengthen and expand integration with CIS countries.
According to the preliminary agreements, the objects of filming will be both large industrial centers and private enterprises, business entities and artisans. Main attention will be paid to significant historical moments - veterans of the Second World War, as well as eyewitnesses of Tashkent earthquake, will take part in the film.
The film will be screened at the Summit of the Commonwealth of Independent States on October 16, 2020 in Tashkent.