TV BRICS International Media Network's Chinese-translated film "Magadan Silver" (2023) is now available for viewing on the "Dongbeiwang" portal. It is the only official news site in China's Heilongjiang Province. It has more than 10 million subscribers on various new media platforms and has established cooperation with more than 30 media outlets in Russia, Japan and other countries.
The Magadan region is home to the largest silver deposit in Russia and the third largest in the world. The TV BRICS film crew met with those who work in the region on a rotational basis. In a special project, they talk about themselves, their work and the romance of the Far North.
The film was written by Ksenia Komissarova, editor-in-chief of TV BRICS. The film was directed by Andrey Porshnyak.
Zhang Rui, editor of the Dongbeiwang website, noted the importance of the documentary's subject matter and its relevance for international viewers.
"From the first seconds, the documentary "Magadan Silver" grabs the viewer's attention thanks to an interesting high-tech opening splash screen. The leitmotif of the project is the continuity of generations and the love of those who work at the deposit for their business. It can be seen that despite the harsh working and living conditions, they are happy. The heroes of the film are able to overcome difficulties because they do what they really like," he said.
The documentary film "Magadan Silver" produced by TV BRICS was shortlisted for the III International Film Festival "Territory of People's Unity". The festival will be held in Arkhangelsk from 31 October to 4 November 2023 in offline and online formats.
Earlier, the international premiere of the TV BRICS film "Magadan Silver" took place on the South African platform DepiMedia.
"Dongbeiwang" was established in 2001 in the Chinese province of Heilongjiang. It is the only official news site and internet portal in Heilongjiang. More than 5 thousand articles are published daily. The average attendance of the portal is close to 22 million people per day.Photo: TV BRICS