Great, Powerful, Cynical: Why Americans Love Russian Language

Three students from United States talk about phonetic roughness of the Russian language, the horror of vinaigrette and omnipresent Mr. Putin

Nicolas Cage: ‘I Love Dostoyevsky and Russian Ballet’

Hollywood actor Nicolas Cage recently admitted that he would like to read the original versions of Dostoyevsky’s masterpieces

Russians Name Most Eminent National Authors

A survey, carried out on the World Writers Day, asked 1,600 Russians to name the greatest writers from amongst their fellow countrymen.

Til Schweiger to Star in Film Based on ‘Crime and Punishment’

German actor Til Schweiger will star in a film based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novel "Crime and Punishment”

British Students Animate Russian Classics

Students from London’s Kingston University have created several animated trailers for classic Russian novels in anticipation of their republishing in the UK

Kate Beckinsale Declares Her Passion for Chekhov

British film star Kate Beckinsale arrived in Moscow to present her new film “Underworld: Blood Wars,” in which she stars in the role as the vampire Selene

‘I’m Not Your Typical Brit’

Michael Bird on Voronezh, Tolstoy and the London Book Fair

Michel Crepu on the Strengths of the Russian Language

Chief Editor of La Nouvelle Revue Française about his love of the Russian language