The exhibition will feature 16 photos showing highlights from the films aired by the channel, including ‘The Congo Dandies’, ‘Hot Race. Cold Dogs’, ‘It’s a Pandaful Life’ and many others. Visitors will be able to admire Kamchatka and Lake Baikal landscapes, see tundra and steppe animals, and learn about the lives of polar explorers and cosmonauts. Every photo will have a QR code underneath that will lead to a respective documentary.
RTD movies focus on important political and social issues. They tell about scientific achievements, life and traditions in various countries around the globe, and nature wonders. Together with documentary journalists who made those films, Aeroexpress passengers will have an opportunity to visit the most extraordinary places around the world and learn the stories worth seeing.
The exhibition is open to all visitors free of charge during the terminal working hours.
It is noteworthy that the Aeroexpress and Moscow Planetarium joint interactive exhibition is running at the Aeroexpress Terminal at Sheremetyevo Airport until mid September. The central object of the exhibition is a large Victorian kaleidoscope. Aeroexpress passengers may benefit from a special discount when visiting the Planetarium if they provide their Aeroexpress ticket at the Moscow Planetarium ticket offices.