A public screening of the cartoon Lost Miracle took place at the Moscow Theological Academy
On October 2, in the evening, many young spectators and their parents were gathered in the Great Hall of the Moscow Theological Academy for a public screening of the cartoon Lost Miracle, dedicated to St. Sergius of Radonezh and the Trinity Monastery he founded. The full-length animated film of the GPM KIT Group of Companies (part of Gazprom-Media) is produced by the Parovoz studio with the support of the Rostec State Corporation.
The rector of the MThA and the vicar of the Holy Trinity Sergius Lavra, Bishop Kirill of Sergiev Posad and Dmitrov, the project manager of the director for special assignments of the Rostec state corporation Daria Krokhina, the team of the Parovoz studio represented by the general director Anton Smetankin, the executive producer of the project Marianna Galstukhova-Smetankina and cartoon director Andrei Kolpin attended the screening. The students and teachers of the Academy also came to watch the cartoon.
Before the event began, the editor of the cartoon project, priest Anatoly Kolot greeted the guests of the theological school and everyone who came. After the cartoon finished, the creators of the project talked with the audience.
Lost Miracle, the cartoon of 2022, is a joint project of the Holy Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, the Moscow Theological Academy, the Parovoz animation studio and the Rostec state corporation; the work on it lasted four years. The project was timed to coincide with the 600th anniversary of the acquisition of St. Sergius of Radonezh relics by the Russian Orthodox Church.