The 15th annual Russian Film Symposium, "Re-Imagining Class: Recent Russian Cinema," will be held today through Saturday, with daytime panels/screenings in Room 106 of David Lawrence Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Oakland, and evening screenings at the Pittsburgh Filmmakers' Melwood Screening Room, 477 Melwood Ave., Oakland. Admission: $8; $7 seniors and students; $4 Pitt/CMU/Art Institute of Pittsburgh students. For more information: www.rusfilm.pitt.edu.
9 a.m.: Sergei Loban's "Chapiteau-Show I" (2011)
2 p.m.: Sergei Loban's "Chapiteau-Show II" (2011)
9 a.m.: Viktor Ginzburg's "Generation P" (2011)
2 p.m.: Roman Prygunov's "Dukhless" (2012)
9 a.m.: Dmitrii Fiks' "White Moor" (2011)
2:30 p.m.: Roundtable with Nancy Condee, director of global studies, Pitt's Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures; and Gregory Dolgopolov, who teaches and researches at University of New South Wales in Sydney in video production, film and television theory, including post-Soviet cinema and the crime genre.
7:30 p.m.: Avdot'ia Smirnova's "Kokoko" (2012)
9 a.m.: Sarik Andreasian's "An Office Romance: Our Time" (2011)
7:30 p.m.: Renata Litvinova's "Rita's Last Fairy Tale" (2012)
9 a.m.: Angelina Nikonova's "Twilight Portrait" (2011)
2 p.m.: Andrei Zviagintsev's "Elena" (2011)
7:30 p.m.: Vladimir Kott's "Gromozeka" (2011)
11 a.m.: Roundtable with Vladimir Padunov, associate professor, Pitt's Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, and Russian Film Symposium director; and Ana Olenina, assistant professor of film studies at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, where she teaches courses on Russian film history, international silent cinema and film theory.
7:30 p.m.: Mikhail Segal's "Short Stories" (2012)moviesvideo