DOBRO
&LUBOV

Mobile Cinema International Youth Festival

Mobile cinema is a great opportunity to realize he creative potential of the younger generation. Our festival is a launch pad for thousands of authors who carry principles of kindness, love and positivity around the world.
Organizers of the festival DOBRO&LUBOV
Irina Vdovina
The mastermind of the festival, the Head of Irina Vdovina's TV journalism workshop at
LUNN
Svetlana Kolobova
The organizer of the festival, Grand PhD in Political Sciences, Professor at the Department of international relations and political science
Anna Gorokhova
The Head of the Department of educational activities
Anastasia Kudryavtseva
The journalism student who is studying at the faculty of translation at LUNN, managing
editor and clipmaker
Konstantin Larin
The student of the faculty of international relations at LUNN, the Vice-Chairman of primary trade union organization of students at LUNN
Michael Rapokhin
The specialist in the implementation of the state youth policy at LUNN
Our goal is to unite the creative youth of all countries, develop international cooperation, involve young people an artistic, educational, socially important activities and preserve the universal human values of the generation.

Partners of the festival

Linguistics University of Nizhny Novgorod
The Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Representative office of Russian cooperation in the Republic of Moldova. Russian centre of science and culture
The Ministry of Culture for Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
Department of Social Policy of the Nizhny Novgorod City Administration
Shevchenko Transnistria State University
Tashkent State University of Uzbek Language and Literature named after Alisher Navo'i
The purpose of the festival is to engage representatives of government, business, the media to the development of creative activity of young people, development and support of youth initiatives; create conditions for further creative and personal growth of the younger generation; improve the quality of video content in the digital cultural space.