Russian Film ‘Major Grom’ Premieres at San Diego Comic-Con

Russian film Major Grom, the first ever movie based on a Russian comic book bestseller by BUBBLE Comics, is heading to San Diego Comic-Con for a premiere screening.

Comic-Con attendees can head to Room 23aBC on Friday, July 21 at 9PM to catch the fast-paced action short film, which stars Aleksander Gorbatov, Ivan Forminov, Anton Kuznetsov, Ilya Zhinilo, and Danila Yakushev.

The film follows Igor Grom, a skilled detective from St. Petersburg, who happens to be at the scene of a bank robbery and decides to stop the criminals.

The Comic-Con screening will include a Q&A with director Vladimir Besedin, writer and producer Artem Gabrelyanov, executive producer Roman Kotkov, and concept artist Natalia Zaidova. And, everyone who attends the screening will also receive an exclusive artbook for Major Grom: Behind the Scenes.

Here’s a look at the film:

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  • keeleon

    So the panel is only an hour? This is just a short film then?

  • NiceGuyVan

    I hope this is Walk in get in, kind of room.

  • Aleksei Skorik

    Right, it lasts for half an hour. Another half is for Q&A. Will be glad to see you

  • Daphne Lewis

    this looks awesome!