The films directed by Sergey Yastrzhembskiy "Go and Come Back a Winner!" and "Wolfhound" have been shortlisted for the II International Film Festival "Eastern Pomorye" held in Khabarovsk on October, 18-19.
On the 1st of September at 8pm the Culture channel presents the program "Life Rules" where Sergey Yastrzhembskiy will speak about his documentary film "Old man Stepan, Martyan, and Mamelfa, or the Russian old-believers in Bolivia".
Sergey Yastrzhembsky’s film the "Wolfhound" was selected in the competition program of the XIIth Baikal International Festival of Documentary and Popular-Science Films "PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT" that will take place in the city of Irkutsk on the 25th-29th of September 2014.
VIII International Festival of Orthodox culture "Peipus" takes place in Estonia from the 9th to the 10th of August. The festival will show the film by Sergey Yastrzhembskiy "Old man Stepan, Martian, and Mamelfa, or Russian old believers in Bolivia".
On May 31, the 23rd Festival of spiritual and moral films – “Golden Knight” finished in Tomsk (Russia). Sergey Yastrzhembskiy’s film “Old man Stepan, Martian, and Mamelfa… Or Russian old believers in Bolivia” is awarded a special prize - a statuette of the "Golden Knight" in the category “Best Short-length documentary film”.
April 17 Irkutsk regional museum released the book "The World of the Siberian shaman. History, legends, rites." The book is a reprint of the work of professor at Irkutsk State University, active member of the East Siberian Division RGS of Bernhard Petri .