“Turov Autumn” («Turovskaya osen») is the title of the cinema-week that is held at the end of October in Mogilev, - the correspondent of the site was told at the repertoire department of Mogilev state institution “Kinovideoprokat”.
Cinema days in honour of the Belarusian film director and script writer, People’s Artist of Belarus and the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize, and State Prize of Belarus, Mogilev citizen Victor Turov (25 Oct.1936 - 31Oct.1996), have been held in Mogilev since 2001. Victor Turov’s name is inscribed into some the brightest pages of out national culture.
Victor Turov is one of the most successful film directors of the Belarusian cinematography: he watched films, he made films, he liked films. Among his films are famous “I come from childhood” (1966), “War under roofs” (1967), “Sons go into action” (1969), “Her sons’ time” (1974), “People living in marshes” (1981), “Breathing of thunderstorm” (1982), “High blood” (1989), etc. According to UNESCO’s decision, his debut as a film director “Going through a cemetery” (1964) is put on the list of the 100 best films about the WWII.