The film is dedicated to the IX Moscow International Film Festival. The film was made by order of the Bureau of Propaganda of Soviet Cinema, the film uses materials from the USSR State Film Fund, TsGAKFD USSR, TsSDF. PART ONE Moscow. Participants of the film festival descend the plane. Bolshoi Kamenny Bridge (removed from motion). The movement of urban and automobile transport along the streets of the city. The stream of cars outside the building of the Bolshoi Theater (filmed from the top). The building of the Kremlin Palace of Congresses, are the participants of the festival. Opening ceremony of the festival. Participants of the festival and the presidium in the conference room of the CDC, among those present: S. V. Mikhalkov, R. Karmen, L. Luzhina. Chairman of the State Committee for Cinematography F.T. Ermash reads out Leonid Brezhnev's greetings to the participants of the festival (synchronously and behind the scenes). Participants and guests of the festival on the sidelines. Footage from the chronicle. Moscow. 1935 A train with the participants of the Moscow International Film Festival arrives at the station platform. Solemn meeting of the participants of the film festival. S. Eisenstein at the camera, surrounded by the participants of the festival. S. Vasiliev with the participants of the film festival. Participants of the film festival in the hall, applauding, among them - G. Kozintsev, V. Pudovkin, L. Orlova, G. Alexandrov. S. Eisenstein names the winners of the festival (synchronous in English). Fragments of the winning films: "Chapaev", "The Last Billionaire" (directed by R. Claire, France), "Viva Villa!" (USA), "Three Little Pigs" (directed by W. Disney, USA). Moscow. 1959 I Moscow International Film Festival. Festival opening. S. Gerasimov presents the festival prize to S.F.Bondarchuk. Fragment of the film "The Fate of Man". PART TWO Chronicle frames. Moscow. 1959 I Moscow International Film Festival. Large and medium-sized plans of the festival participants, including: Madiha Kamal, Suatho Sni, Rekardo Puchelo, Fatima Dzyan, Gustav Holubek, Rosita Quintana, B. Brylska (Poland), D. Olbrychsky (Poland), N. Cursel (France), D. Lollobrigida (Italy), M. Mastroianni (Italy), E. Geschonnek (GDR), B. Tyszkiewicz (Poland), J.-L. Trentignan (France), K. Kuriharo (Japan), M. Shell (Germany ), V. Gasman (Italy), A. Sordi (Italy), H. Anderson (Sweden), L. Torres (Argentina), S. Lauren (Italy), M. Vladi (France). 1969 YI Moscow International Film Festival. Spectators at the Udarnik cinema. 1973 YIII Moscow International Film Festival. Cinema "Russia". Spectators take autographs from the festival participants. Moscow. 1975 IX Moscow International Film Festival. Festival opening. Festival participants in the hall, podium, sidelines. Fragment of the film "They Fought for the Motherland." Volgograd. 1975. Monument-ensemble "To the Heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad", the Eternal Flame is burning, the participants of the I International Festival of Anti-Fascist Film lay flowers at the memorial, D. De Santis makes a speech (sync. In Italian). I International Anti-Fascist Film Festival. Participants of the festival in the viewing hall. V. Yakubovskaya (Poland) speaking. Fragments of films: V. Yakubovskaya "The End of Our World", "There was a soldier." K. Simonov. PART THREE.I International Anti-Fascist Film Festival in Volgograd. The widow of V. Hara (Chile) is speaking (sync. In foreign language). German students perform a song by B. Brecht (sync. In German). Chronicle footage. Anti-fascist public demonstrations in Portugal (1974). Funeral of victims of terrorism in Spain (1974). Chronicle footage of the military coup in Chile (1973), Moscow. 1965 IY Moscow International Film Festival. Fragment of the film-winner of the festival "They walked as soldiers" (directed by V. Zurlini, Italy). Moscow. 1975 IX Moscow International Film Festival. Discussion of the festival participants (synchronously), are: J. Sadoul (France), C. Sindo (Japan), S. Pollak (USA), D. Pontecorvo (Italy), H. Jacques (France), L. Visconti (Italy) , B. Roy (India), Usyhara (Japan), E. Kavalerovich (Poland), V. De Sica (Italy), G. Abel (France), M. Antonioni (Italy), K. Vidor (USA), K. . Lizani (Italy), F. Fellini (Italy). PART FOUR Fragments of films-prize-winners of Moscow international festivals: "Naked Island" (1960, directed by K. Sindo, Japan), "Goya" (1971, directed by K. Wolf, East Germany), "Bless the animals and children" and "Oklahoma as it is" (1971, 1973 directed by S. Kramer, USA), "Lucia" (Cuba), "There are no stars in the selva" (Peru), "Emitai" ("The God of Thunder", Senegal). PART FIVE Participants of the IX Moscow International Film Festival at the "Mosfilm" studio, are present on the set of the film "Till Ulenspiegel"; they visit the sights of the city of Leningrad, take a boat trip along the Neva, dance on the deck. Fragments of the prize-winning films of Moscow international festivals: "Serafino" (1968, directed by P. Jeremy, Italy), "Oliver" (1968, directed by K. Reed , Great Britain), "Parade" (1975, directed by J. Tati, France). Moscow. 1975 Wu International Children's Film Festival. Festival opening. Festival participants and spectators at the screenings. Festival laureate M. Lester is walking along the streets of Moscow. Jury work. Among the participants and guests of the festival: D. Rodari, A. Lingren, S. Mikhalkov. Fragments of the films "Moscow-Cassiopeia" and "Teens in the Universe" (1974-1975, directed by R.N.Viktorov). PART SIX Fragments of films-prize-winners of Moscow international festivals: "Marriage in Italian" (1964, Italy), "Father Soldier "(USSR, 1965)," War and Peace "(USSR, 1966-1967)," Cromwell "(1970, directed by C. Hughes, Great Britain)," Love "(1972, Bulgaria)," We'll Live Until Monday " (1968, USSR), Moscow. 1969 YI Moscow International Film Festival. Awarding of the prize-winners of the festival, including: Cha Zhang (Vietnam), Ron Moody (Great Britain), I. Warding (Norway), S. Career (Cuba), I. Petrescu (Romania), S. Lauren (Italy), S. Zakariadze, L. Savelyeva, V. Doneva (Bulgaria),. The awards are presented by S. Bondarchuk and S. Gerasimov. IX Moscow International Film Festival. French actor Bourville signs autographs. French director L. Daken gives interviews (sinhr. In French). Director V. Zhalakeyavichus participates in the discussion. PART SEVEN Moscow. 1975 International Documentary Film Festival. Festival participants on the sidelines. Speaker is the chairman of the jury of the festival R. Carmen (sinhr.). IX Moscow International Film Festival. The meeting of the festival jury, chaired by S.I. Rostotsky, a member of the jury, Japanese director A. Kurosawa gives an interview (sinhr.). A fragment of the prize-winning film "We loved each other so much", the director of the film E. Scola (Italy) gives an interview (sinhr.). Fragments of the prize-winning film "Dersu Uzala" (1975, directed by A. Kurosawa, Japan). Finland. Helsinki. 1975 International Meeting on Security and Cooperation in Europe. The building of the Finlandia palace. Meeting rooms. Signing of the Final Act of the Meeting. Leonid Brezhnev signs Act of PART SEVEN-EIGHT IX Moscow International Film Festival. Session of the festival jury. S.I.Rostotsky presents the prize to the Polish director A.Wajda. Fragments of the prize-winning film "The Promised Land" (1975, directed by A. Wajda, Poland). Festival participants take a bus tour of Moscow. Buildings of cinemas "Udarnik", "Russia", the hotel "Russia", the Historical Museum.