How to shoot Russian TV shows?
The serials are loved by many, and there is no such person who would never be interested in watching some serial film, be it the first Soviet TV series “17 Moments of Spring” or which became the talk of the town of Santa Barbara.
For a long time on our screens were only foreign TV shows, but in recent years, domestic cinema has also begun to produce its own multi-serials and sitcoms. The idea of many of them was borrowed from foreign analogues, and was adapted to our audience, but this only makes the series better and funnier for us. Among them are such serials as “Voronins”, “Happy Together”, “Kitchen”. But there are Russian TV shows, where the idea, concept and script are completely created by our compatriots. This was the series "Molodezhka". This is a series about hockey, youth, friendship and a dream. Using the example of this multiseries film, let's take a look at how Russian TV shows are filmed.
How to filmed the series "Youth"
The main task of the Russian TV series, however, and foreign ones is to spend a little money, but to get more profit. That is why many TV shows do not have a wide variety of scenery. For example, “Molodezhka” is shot mainly in the ice palace of Podolsk. Since most of the actors are not hockey players, and few of them knew how to stand on the ice, besides filming, they train intensively, but still professional athletes are shot in trick moments.
By the way, unlike many sitcoms, there is no visible influx of stars who are often invited to promote TV shows. Fyodor Bondarchuk, Vyacheslav Fetisov and Alexey Morozov and Viktor Gusev lit up at Molodezhka. The first played the oligarch-sponsor, well, and the rest - themselves.