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Sergei Solovyov

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Sergei Solovyov

Sergei Solovyov (1944, Kem, Autonomous Soviet Republic of Karelia, USSR)
In 1968 graduated from the Moscow Film Institute (VGIK), Directing Faculty (M. Romm’s studio). From 1967 to 1987 was a film director at Mosfilm Studio; since 1987 has been the managing director of Krug Studio, and later became its Chairman of the Board. In the early 1990s staged Uncle Vanya (Maly Theatre) and The Seagull (Taganka Theatre). Now is lecturer and professor at Moscow Film Institute.. Publishes articles in the press, is author and the host of TV programs on the past and the present of the Russian cinema. People's Artist of Russia Sergey, Solovyov is the laureate of international and Russian film festivals, and is awarded with the USSR State Prize.

Filmography
Look at the Face (1963), Out of Idleness (1970), Yegor Bulychov and the Others (1971), The Postmaster (1972), One Hundred Day after Childhood (1975), Melodies of a White Night (1976), The Rescuer (1980), Direct Heiress (1982), The Chosen Ones (1983), Someone Else’s White and the Sparkled (1986), Assa (1987), Black Rose Is an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose Is an Emblem of Love (1989), House under the Starry Skies (1991), The Three Sisters (1994), The Tender Age (2000), About Love (2003), Anna Karenina (2009), 2-Assa-2 (2009), Classmates (2010)

 

 

 

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