Russian Film Hub is the global internet’s definitive encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet cinema.You can find and watch hundreds of Russian and Soviet movies with subtitles in English and other languages. The site is designed to make enjoying Russian movies as easy as possible for non-native Russian speakers.Russian Film Hub has around 500 titles, organized by popularity, genre, year, country, subtitle languages available, and film cast. You can read about these movies and get a sense of their popularity from their user-submitted rating. You can then find what streaming service these films are available on. The vast majority of them are free to watch, primarily through YouTube, Prime Video, and Tubi. Other titles are available to rent or buy.Exploring and enjoying Russian and Soviet cinema has never been more accessible!No matter your preferences, you’ll be able to find something great to watch on Russian Film Hub. Our film catalog ranges from historically important early films by Dziga Vertov and Sergei Eisenstein to comedy gems by the Soviet blockbuster wizards, Leonid Gaidai and Eldar Ryazanov. We have a deep collection of Russian war movies and a large number of contemporary Russian films (just sort by decade). And, of course, you’ll find favorites like Russian Winnie-the-Pooh and Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan.We’re excited for you to use Russian Film Hub to watch all these Soviet classics and contemporary Russian hits, wherever you are!
99% of movies automatically play English subtitles. For other subtitle languages, please click on the bottom right corner of the video player.
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About Russian Film Hub
Outside of the RuNet, Russian Film Hub is the largest and most popular Russian and Soviet movie website in the world. The site’s mission is to make enjoying Russian and Soviet cinema as easy and accessible as possible for everyone.We are extraordinarily committed to making Russian Film Hub your best bet for enjoying Russian cinema. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have suggestions for how to improve the site (here’s our contact page). Feedback from fans has been instrumental in the incremental upgrades we’ve put in place over time.Russian Film Hub has been lucky enough to be written about extensively in online cultural media outlets, the Russian language learning blogosphere, and general news (Babbel, Open Culture, Russia Beyond, etc.). We’re also very proud to be recommended by hundreds of universities across the world as a helpful resource for cinema and Russian language students (Harvard, UPenn, NYU, etc.). We’re deeply grateful for all the mentions and endorsements we receive – they are crucial for getting people to learn about our site. Thank you so much to the millions of Russian enthusiasts, film fans, writers, bloggers, teachers, librarians, and students who make this site what it is today. If you ever would like to reach out, we’re thrilled to connect!By way of background, Russian Film Hub was created in 2019 as a passion project by Richard Wess, a Russian enthusiast based in New York. You can learn more about both the site and Richard in our About page.