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Alexander Sokurov

Aleksandr Sokurov (born 1951, Podorvikha, not far from Irkutsk, Russia)
He grew up in Poland and Turkmenistan. He worked for television in Gorky between the years of 1969 and 1975 and completed a degree in history from Gorky University. Subsequently, he studied directing at the Moscow film school VGIK. His 1978 graduation film and the feature films he made at Lenfilm between 1980 and 1985 could not be shown until after 1986. He received an accolade from the European Film Academy in 1995.

Filmography (selected)
The Summer of Maria Voynova (1975, doc.), Sonata for Hitler (1979, doc., short), Elegia (1986, doc.), The Evening Sacrifice (doc., short, 1987), The Lonely Human Voice (1987), The Moscow Elegy (1987, doc.), And Nothing More (1987, doc.), Mournful Unconcern (1987), Maria (1988. doc.), The Days of Eclipse (1988), Save and Protect (1989), Soviet Elegy (1989, doc.), The Second Circle (1990), The Stone (1992), Whispering Pages (1993), Spiritual Voices (1995, doc.), Eastern Elegy (1996, doc.), Hubert Robert. A Happy Life (1996, doc.), Mother and Son (1997), The Knot (1999, doc.), Moloch (1999), Dolce (2000), Elegy of a Voyage (2001, doc.), Taurus (2001), Russian Ark (2002), Father and Son (2003), The Sun (2005), Elegy of Life. Rostropovich. Vishnevskaya (2006, doc.), Aleksandra (2007).

 

 

 

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