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Victor Kossakovsky

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Victor Kossakovsky

Victor Kossakovsky

Born 19.07.1961, St. Peterburg.
Since 1978 he worked at the Leningrad studio of Documentaries as assistant cameraman, assistant director and editor. In 1988 he finished the Higher Courses of Film Writers and Directors in Moscow. His very first work, a documentary portrait of the well-known Russian idealist philosopher, Alexey Losev, was awarded a number of prizes. “The Belovs,” telling about a Russian peasant woman, Anna Fedorovna, and her brother, brought Kossakovsky world recognition and more than 20 awards, including the 1993 Yoris Ivens Award. The film “Hush” has been shown in more than 100 countries in the world.

Filmography
Losev (1990), These Days (1991), The Belovs (1993), Wednesday 19.7.1961 (1997), Pavel and Lyalya (1998), Wedding (2000), Kindergarten (2000), Hush! (2002), Svyato (2005).

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