Russia-Kazakh Drama ‘Ayka’ Wins Grand Prix at Tokyo Filmex

Ayka by Sergey Dvortsevoy won the grand prix at Tokyo Filmex, which wrapped Sunday after seeing a 26 percent jump in attendances over last year. The Russia-Kazakhstan drama follows a Kyrgyz woman who …
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