is the only content and entertainment industry convention in Russia/CIS, which brings together theatrical film exhibition, TV and digital media.

St. Petersburg International Content Forum features conferences and seminars, dedicated to content exhibition, distribution and production business issues, as well presentations of new products, services and technologies in the field of content and entertainment industry.

The St. Petersburg International Content Forum conference line-up features two focused streams: for theatrical film exhibition and for TV / digital media communities.


The worlds third largest international cinema industry convention with the focus on Russia, CIS and Baltic countries.
Screenings of new blockbuster films and upcoming product presentations by major studios, Russian and international film companies, prior to Russian release, and special sponsored events, celebrating upcoming films.
KINO EXPO INTERNATIONAL Exhibition showcasing the latest in motion picture theatre equipment and concessions. The exhibition as well incorporates various entertainment systems/technologies and digital signage solutions for the cinemas and shopping malls.
CONTENT EXPO by KINO EXPO INTERNATIONAL - the unique innovative format of presenting content for cinemas / TV / digital media and for showcasing products and services in the fields of content production, distribution, delivery and licensing.
Russia China Cinema Summit: special event, dedicated to further strengthening cultural cooperation of Russia and China, by showcasing both countries films and TV content directly to cinemas, TV channels and digital media, as well as to the officials in the field of culture and cinema.
Conferences and seminars, dedicated to content exhibition, distribution and production business issues, as well presentations of new cinema and entertainment product, services and technologies.
KINO EXPO University: the series of free to attend technical and marketing presentations/demonstrations by worlds leading cinema equipment manufacturers.
Concessions business development conference and seminar programme, hosted by The Coca-Cola Company.
All Industry Reception

established in 1999, is the worlds third largest international cinema industry convention and exhibition with the focus on markets of Russia and neighboring CIS (former USSR) Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Central Asian countries, alongside with Baltic countries - Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia.

is your gateway to one of the worlds fastest growing cinema and entertainment industry markets of Russia and neighboring CIS and Baltic countries. If your company aims at accessing these multimillion markets, KINO EXPO is the key instrument of your success.

Taking part in KINO EXPO is the most effective way to present and market your companys products and/or services catered to film exhibition in cinemas. KINO EXPO is the perfect venue to showcase the latest in entertainment equipment/technologies and digital signage solutions for the cinema theatre foyers, shopping malls and entertainment centers from all regions of Russia and CIS and Baltic countries.

Who Should Exhibit?

Cinema exhibitors (cinema theatre operators) from all regions of Russia and neighboring CIS and Baltic countries, both chains and individual cinemas; representatives of the largest international cinema chains.
Distributors of films and other audiovisual content for cinemas, TV and digital media, rights holders, both domestic and international.
Representatives of TV channels from all regions of Russia, CIS and Baltic countries.
Representatives of new digital media.
Film production and post production professionals, representatives of film studios, film and TV production companies, producers, artists.
Representatives of international motion picture industry.
Individual investors and companies, establishing new cinemas. Shopping malls/entertainment centers operators, developers, commercial real estate professionals.
Cinema equipment manufacturers and suppliers, service providers for film exhibition, distribution and production. Entertainment and digital signage systems and technologies manufacturers and suppliers.
Federal and regional government officials, who oversee film production, distribution and exhibition.
Mass media representatives.


CONTENT EXPO is the unique innovative format of presenting content for cinemas / TV / digital media and for showcasing products and services in the fields of content production, distribution, marketing, delivery and licensing.

Exhibition Categories:

Showcasing content for cinemas, TV, digital media, VR, rights trading.
Content distribution cinemas, TV, digital, VR
Content marketing
Content delivery: technologies and services
Content licensing
Innovations for content creation, distribution, marketing and delivery
Equipment, technologies and services for film/TV and VR production, post production, visual effects:
  • Film production / post production studios.
  • Cameras and auxiliary equipment, camera support.
  • Lighting and sound equipment.
  • Digital film production and post production equipment and software, visual effects, digital intermediate.
  • Film, film processing and storage.
Locations, financial incentives, film commissions.
VR: technologies and content.


We are very pleased to welcome you in our hometown, St. Petersburg, the worlds most beautiful city! The availability of very reasonably priced nearby and downtown hotels will make your visit cost-effective, while magnificent St. Petersburg will make your stay an unforgettable experience.

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State Hermitage Museum (Winter Palace)
Address: 2, Palace Square
Tel.: +7 (812) 710 9079


The State Hermitage is one of the world’s largest art and history museums. It boasts a huge collection of approximately three million objets d’art and cultural artefacts from around the world, including paintings, graphic art, sculptures, applied art, archaeological finds, coins, and medals.

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Peter and Paul Fortress
Address: Zayachy Island
Tel.: +7 (812) 230 6431


Founded in 1703, the Peter and Paul Fortress is the place from which the city of St. Petersburg grew. Unparalleled in terms of Russian architecture, the Peter and Paul Cathedral – the central building of the fortress – contains the tombs of the Romanov Dynasty. This is where all Russian Tsars from Peter I to Nicholas II are buried.

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Address: 3, Universitetskaya Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 328 1412


Built in the early eighteenth century for the Academy of Sciences, the Kunstkamera building houses the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The Kunstkamera was Russia’s first natural history museum, and is famous for its rich collection of natural and anatomical curiosities dating back to the eighteenth century.

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Russian Museum (Mikhailovsky Palace)
Address: 4, Inzhenernaya ul.
Tel: +7 (812) 595 4248


The Russian Museum, opened in 1898 by Emperor Alexander III in the Mikhailovsky Palace, features a unique collection of Russian art, including invaluable ancient Russian paintings and applied objets d’art, as well as collections of paintings, watercolours, and etchings from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It also displays a selection of Russian sculpture, coins, medals, and works of applied art.

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The Summer Garden
Address: 2, Kutuzova Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 595 4248


The Summer Garden was planted in 1704 by decree of Peter the Great. It is St. Petersburg’s first monument to landscape design. The Summer Garden contains Peter the Great’s Summer Palace, exact replicas of some of the rarest examples of park and garden sculpture, beautiful fencing, and reconstructed fountains from the early 18th century, as well as tea and coffee houses and a monument to fabulist Ivan Krylov.

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St. Michael’s (Mikhailovsky) Castle
Address: 2, Sadovaya ul.
Tel.: +7 (812) 595 4248


St. Michael’s (Mikhailovsky or Engineers’) Castle is an exceptional architectural ensemble unlike anything else in St. Petersburg. Built at the turn of the nineteenth century as a palace for Emperor Paul I, it is now a branch of the Russian Museum.

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Marble Palace
Address: 5/1, Millionnaya ul.
Tel.: +7 (812) 595 4248


Built in 1785 to a design by architect Antonio Rinaldi for Catherine the Great’s favourite, Grigory Orlov, the Marble Palace is now also a branch of the Russian Museum. It was the first building in St. Petersburg to be clad in natural stone. Its halls now house the permanent display Foreign Artists in Russia in the Eighteenth and First Half of the Nineteenth Century. It also accommodates regular temporary exhibitions by contemporary foreign and Russian masters.

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Menshikov Palace
Address: 15, Universitetskaya Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 323 1112


The palace commissioned by the first Governor of St. Petersburg, Alexander Menshikov, is one of the oldest buildings in the city. Founded in 1710, it is a unique heritage asset. Its interior has been recreated using items from the State Hermitage Museum collections.

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Fabergé Museum
Address: 21, Fontanka River emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 333 2655


The Fabergé Museum is the first private museum in modern Russia in possession of a collection of international significance. It opened its doors in November 2013 in one of St. Petersburg’s most beautiful buildings, the Shuvalov Palace. In addition to housing the world-famous Imperial Easter Eggs collection, which has been returned to Russia, the Museum’s permanent exhibition also displays other unique works of decorative and applied arts created in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by Carl Faberge’s firm and his contemporaries.

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Address: 2, 29 Line, Vasilievsky Island
Tel: +7 (812) 324 0809


Erarta is Russia’s largest private museum of contemporary art, with a permanent display of 2,300 paintings by 170 artists from dozens of Russian cities. The museum stages regular performances, shows, and various other events to promote and publicize contemporary art.

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St. Isaac’s Cathedral
Address: 4, Isaakiyevskaya pl.
Tel.: +7 (812) 315 9732, +7 (812) 577 1421


St. Petersburg’s largest Orthodox cathedral, St. Isaac’s is a unique heritage asset erected in 1858 by architect Auguste de Montferrand. The cathedral is 101.5 metres high. The walkway encircling the cathedral’s dome is open to the public, offering a panoramic view of the historic centre of St. Petersburg.

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Kazan Cathedral of St. Petersburg
Address: 2, Kazanskaya pl.
Tel.: +7 (812) 314 4663


Kazan Cathedral is St. Petersburg’s main cathedral, and is consecrated to the miracle-working copy of the venerable Our Lady of Kazan icon. Erected by Andrei Voronikhin in 1811, it is a unique example of Russian architecture.

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Smolny Cathedral
Address: 3/1, pl. Rastrelli
Tel.: +7 (812) 577 1421


Smolny Cathedral is a functioning Orthodox church, as well as a concert hall and museum. Designed by Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli, it is rightly considered a gem of the St. Petersburg baroque style. The cathedral is part of the Smolny Monastery ensemble, which housed Russia’s first educational institution for girls.

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Church of the Saviour on Blood 
Address: 2A, Griboyedov Canal Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 315 1636


A unique monument to Alexander II The Liberator, the Church of the Saviour on Blood (Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ) dominates the architectural ensemble in the centre of St. Petersburg. The cathedral features Russia’s biggest collection of mosaics (covering a total area of over 7,000 square metres), slabs of varicoloured Italian marble, ornamental stones from the Urals and the Altai, as well as a collection of Russian heraldic mosaics.

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Alexander Nevsky Lavra
Address: 1, River Monastyrka Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 274 1702


Founded in 1713, the Holy Trinity Alexander Nevsky Lavra (Monastery) is a unique architectural monument, the first and largest friary in St. Petersburg. Its main ensemble dates back to the eighteenth century. In addition to monastic buildings, the grounds of the Alexander Nevsky Lavra also accommodate various church workshops and the Museum of Urban Sculpture, which includes the world-famous Necropolis of Masters of the Arts.

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Alexandrinsky Theatre
Address: 6, pl. Ostrovskogo
Tel.: +7 (812) 312 1545

The New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre
: 49A, River Fontanka Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 401 5341


Built in 1756, the Alexandrinsky Theatre is one of Russia’s oldest drama theatres, with both classical and modern plays in its repertoire. The theatre is led by its artistic director Valery Fokin, renowned as a People’s Artist of Russia.

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The New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre forms part of the modern theatre complex which was opened for the Alexandrinsky Theatre in 2013, and is within walking distance of the theatre’s historical building.

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Mariinsky Theatre
Address: 1, Teatralnaya pl. (Theatre Square)
Tel.: +7 (812) 326 4141


Founded in 1783 as an imperial theatre, the Mariinsky Theatre is now one of the world’s most prominent opera and ballet theatres. Its company boasts such celebrated performers as Anna Netrebko, Olga Borodina, Diana Vishneva, Ekaterina Kondaurova, and Ulyana Lopatkina, led by its artistic director Valery Gergiev. In early summer, the Mariinsky Theatre stages the annual Stars of the White Nights music festival.

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Mikhailovsky Theatre 
Address: 1, pl. Iskusstv
Tel.: +7 (812) 595 4305


Founded in 1833, the Mikhailovsky Theatre was originally one of the imperial theatres. The outstanding personalities who, at various times in history, have performed on its stage include the Johann Strauss Orchestra, Mathilde Kschessinska, Fedor Chaliapin, and the Sarah Bernhardt Company. Its recent history is primarily associated with Elena Obraztsova and Farukh Ruzimatov.

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Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theatre
Address: 65, River Fontanka Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 244 1071


Founded in 1919, the Georgy Tovstonogov State Academic Bolshoi Drama Theatre was one of the first theatres to be opened after the 1917 revolution. In the 1960–1980s, the theatre was headed by Georgy Tovstonogov. Andrei Moguchy has been the theatre’s artistic director since 2013.

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St. Petersburg State Academic Capella 
Address: 20, River Moika Emb.
Tel.: +7 (812) 314 1058


The State Academic Capella is Russia’s oldest professional musical institution. It incorporates a choir initially founded in 1476 in Moscow as the Tsar’s Singing Deacons choir, and a symphony orchestra, with its own concert hall dating back to 1889.

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The Tsarskoye Selo State Museum-Preserve
Address: 7, Sadovaya ul., Pushkin
Tel.: +7 (812) 465 2024


The Tsarskoye Selo State Museum-Preserve located in St. Petersburg’s nearest suburb is a system of gardens and parks incorporating two palaces and their adjoining parks. The Catherine Palace houses the famous Amber Room, reopened following reconstruction in 2003.

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Catherine Palace
(Tsarskoye Selo State Museum Preserve)
Address: 7, Sadovaya ul., Pushkin
Tel.: +7 (812) 465 2024


The Catherine Palace forms the historic and compositional centrepiece of the palace and park complex at the Tsarskoye Selo museum-preserve, a splendid example of the Russian baroque architectural style. The Tsarskoye Selo imperial residence was one of the Russian monarchs’ most beloved places. The gem of the Catherine Palace, which has been justifiably called one of the wonders of the world, is the Amber Room, which was reconstructed in 2003.

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Catherine Park 
(Tsarskoye Selo State Museum-Preserve)
Address: 7, Sadovaya ul., Pushkin
Tel.: +7 (812) 465 2024


The Catherine Park consists of two parts – the regular Old Garden and an English landscape park. The park reflects a host of artistic styles – elegant Baroque and strict classicism, chinoiserie and orientalism, and the architectural fantasies of the European gothic style. From Peter the Great to Nicholas II, the most daring ideas and whims of the park’s owners came to life here through the efforts of leading masters from Russia and Europe.

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The Alexander Park
(The Tsarskoye Selo State Museum-Preserve)

Address: 2, Dvortsovaya ul., Pushkin
Tel.: +7 (812) 465 2024


The Alexander Park is a masterpiece of 18th- and 19th-century park design. It is home to the Alexander Palace, Chinese-style constructions (Chinese Village, Chinese Bridges, Chinese Theatre), as well as structures in the gothic architectural style (White Tower, Arsenal, Chapelle, Imperial Farm). Today, the Alexander Palace, a brilliant example of classical architecture, is under restoration.

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The Martial Chamber 
(The Tsarskoye Selo State Museum-Preserve)
Address: 5A, Fermskaya doroga, Pushkin
Tel.: +7 (812) 415 7692


It is the first museum in modern Russia dedicated to World War I. It is located in the Sovereign’s Martial Chamber, conceived by Emperor Nicholas II as a pantheon of military glory. Among its exhibits are weapons, uniforms from different countries, decorations, personal items of soldiers who fought in the Great War, an exact replica of the Nieuport 17 French fighter plane used during World War I, and an authentic Ford automobile from the 1910s.

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Lyceum (The National Pushkin Museum)
Address: 2, Sadovaya ul., Pushkin
Tel.: +7 (812) 476 6411


In 1949, on the eve of the 150th anniversary of Alexander Pushkin’s birth, the memorial Lyceum Museum was opened in Tsarskoye Selo, in the building of the former Imperial Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum. In the first quarter of the nineteenth century, the Lyceum was one of the best educational establishments in Russia for noble boys. Pushkin studied there between 1811 and 1817. There, the future poet found devoted friends who remained faithful to the sacred Lyceum fraternity until the end of their days. The museum recreates the atmosphere in which the first pupils to graduate lived and studied.

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The Pavlovsk State Museum
Address: 20, Sadovaya ul., Pavlovsk
Phone: +7 (812) 452 2155, +7 (812) 465 1104


The Pavlovsk Museum-Reserve is an ensemble of late eighteenth–early nineteenth-century palaces and parks situated in the suburbs of St. Petersburg. The park covers an area of roughly 600 hectares and surrounds the summer palace of Emperor Paul I. The Pavlovsk park is one of the largest landscaped gardens in Europe.

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The National Congress Palace
Address: 3, Berezovaya alleya, Strelna
Tel.: +7 (812) 438 5960


The Konstantin Palace is a resurrected monument to the history and architecture of the 18th century. It is the former residence of the Romanov grand princes and the dominating structure of the National Congress Palace State Complex. The reconstructed ensemble serves as both a state residence and a modern business and historical/cultural centre. It has been host to a Russia–EU Summit, a meeting of G8 heads of state, as well as an unprecedented G20 leaders’ summit.

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The Peterhof Museum Complex
Address: 2, Razvodnaya ul., Peterhof
Tel.: +7 (812) 450 5287


The magnificent ensemble of parks and palaces at Peterhof was founded as a country retreat for Peter I. The Versailles-inspired fountain system of the Lower Park and the Grand Palace are a unique testament to the engineering achievements of the first half of the eighteenth century. In addition to the traditional expositions, guests are also welcome to visit the Museum of Imperial Bicycles, the Museum of Playing Cards, the Benois Family Museum, and the Museum of Collections.

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The Gatchina Palace and Estate Museum
Address: 1, Krasnoarmeisky per., Gatchina
Tel.: +7 (812) 958 0366


The Gatchina Palace and Estate Museum incorporates the Grand Palace, which was formerly the residence of the royal family, a park, and the unique Priory Palace built for the Knights of Malta. The museum housed in the Grand Gatchina Palace displays an extensive collection of household items, china, glass, textiles and costumes, weapons dating back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and paintings and drawings. The museum hosts themed costume events.

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