The Russian film Stalingrad has wrapped filming, and is scheduled to be released in Russian IMAX 3D theaters in October 2013. Euronews reports:
Russia’s first big-budget 3D film in IMAX format has wrapped up shooting in a small village outside St Petersburg.
The World War II Battle of Stalingrad famously turned the tide of the war in favour of the allies.
The story follows the struggle of Soviet forces defending a house where a girl is trapped against invading Nazis.
Produced by Ukrainian Alexander Rodnyansky and directed by Russian Fyodor Bondarchuk, the film cost $30 million, around 24 million euros.