“Mail of Russia” will invest in the cinema at 30 million rubles

Mail of Russia” supported the filming of Andrei Konchalovsky’s “White Nights postman Alexei Tryapitsyna.” This was in the room March 18, the newspaper “Kommersant” with reference to the press service of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise.

The publication notes, citing its own sources that the “Mail” has invested in the production of the film about 30 million rubles. Officially, this information is not confirmed in the Federal State Unitary Enterprise. In Konchalovsky production center refused to provide comment.

“Mail” does not aim to make a profit from the project, support the production of the film - image production investment. It is expected that the sponsorship project will help improve the image of post office employee.

18 March 2014

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