Moscow: Russia is planning to shoot the first film in space and if it succeeds, then this record will be in its name. Although such an announcement was made by the US earlier, but Russia seems to be winning in the first place to start shooting.
Russian actress Yulia Peresild recently revealed that a team of Russian filmmakers plans to shoot a film on the International Space Station, directed by Klim Shipenko (38), before the Americans. She also said that she not only wants to do it first, but also wants to do it in the best possible way.
The cast and crew of the team, who shot the first film at the International Space Station, are planned to be flown to Kazakhstan by the Baikonur Cosmodrome spacecraft. The project, named ‘The Call’, was announced in September last year, while just a few months before that, ‘Mission Impossible’ star Tom Cruise and Hollywood director Dof Lyman had collaborated with the US space agency NASA and Elon Musk’s Space X. The same project was announced, in which information was given about the film being shot in space for the first time.