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Director,
Writer,
Actor,
Producer
 
Born 1948, USSR (Russia)
 
 

Sergey BODROV

Сергей Владимирович БОДРОВ
Sergueï BODROV

Filmography (extracts)
 
Director
2010 - Yakuza's Daughter never cries (Дочь Якудзы) [fiction, full length film]
2007 - Mongol (Монгол) [fiction, 120 mn]
2007 - Drunken Sailor (Drunken Sailor) [documentary, 85 mn]
2006 - Nomad (Кочевник) [fiction, 120 mn]
2002 - The Bear's Kiss (Медвежий поцелуй) [fiction, 92 mn]
2001 - The Quickie (Давай сделаем это по-быстрому) [fiction, 96 mn]
1996 - Prisoner of the Mountains (Кавказский пленник) [fiction, 100 mn]
1992 - White King, Red Queen (Белый король, Красная королева) [fiction, 90 mn]
1992 - I Wanted to See Angels (Я хотела увидеть ангелов) [fiction, 85 mn]
1990 - The Gambler (Катала) [fiction, 80 mn]
1989 - FIP (Freedom is Paradise) (Сэр (Свобода — это рай)) [fiction, 90 mn]
1986 - Ya tebya nenavizhy (Я тебя ненавижу)
1985 - Non-Professionals (Непрофессионалы) [fiction, 80 mn]
1984 - Sladkiy sok vnutri travy (Сладкий сок внутри травы) [fiction, 85 mn]
 
Writer
2020 - Kalashnikov / AK 47 (Калашников) by Konstantin BUSLOV [fiction, 110 mn]
2010 - Yakuza's Daughter never cries (Дочь Якудзы) by Sergey BODROV , Gulshad OMAROVA [fiction, full length film]
2008 - Native Dancer (Баксы) by Gulshad OMAROVA [fiction, 85 mn]
2007 - Mongol (Монгол) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 120 mn]
2007 - Drunken Sailor (Drunken Sailor) by Sergey BODROV [documentary, 85 mn]
2004 - Schizo (Шиzа) by Gulshad OMAROVA [fiction, 86 mn]
2001 - Sisters (Сестры) by Sergey BODROV (jr.) [fiction, 85 mn]
2001 - The Quickie (Давай сделаем это по-быстрому) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 96 mn]
1999 - Vostok-Zapad (Восток-Запад) by Regis WARGNIER [fiction, 121 mn]
1996 - Prisoner of the Mountains (Кавказский пленник) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 100 mn]
1992 - White King, Red Queen (Белый король, Красная королева) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 90 mn]
1992 - I Wanted to See Angels (Я хотела увидеть ангелов) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 85 mn]
1989 - FIP (Freedom is Paradise) (Сэр (Свобода — это рай)) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 90 mn]
1989 - And All That Love (И вся любовь) by Anatoli_2 VASILYEV [fiction, 104 mn]
1988 - Frantsyz (Француз) by Galina YURKOVA-DANELIYA [fiction, 78 mn]
1986 - My House On The Green Hills (Мой дом на зеленых холмах) by Asya SULEYEVA [fiction, 66 mn]
1986 - Ya tebya nenavizhy (Я тебя ненавижу)
1985 - Non-Professionals (Непрофессионалы) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 80 mn]
1984 - Sladkiy sok vnutri travy (Сладкий сок внутри травы) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 85 mn]
1981 - The Beloved Woman of Mechanic Gavrilov (Любимая женщина механика Гаврилова) by Pyotr TODOROVSKY [fiction, 79 mn]
 
Actor
1992 - White King, Red Queen (Белый король, Красная королева) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 90 mn]
 
Producer
2020 - Kalashnikov / AK 47 (Калашников) by Konstantin BUSLOV [fiction, 110 mn]
2010 - Yakuza's Daughter never cries (Дочь Якудзы) by Sergey BODROV , Gulshad OMAROVA [fiction, full length film]
2009 - Pyostrye sumerki (Пестрые сумерки) by Lyudmila GURCHENKO , Dmitry KOROBKIN [fiction, 92 mn]
2008 - Native Dancer (Баксы) by Gulshad OMAROVA [fiction, 85 mn]
2007 - Mongol (Монгол) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 120 mn]
2004 - Schizo (Шиzа) by Gulshad OMAROVA [fiction, 86 mn]
2002 - The Bear's Kiss (Медвежий поцелуй) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 92 mn]
2001 - The Quickie (Давай сделаем это по-быстрому) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 96 mn]
1996 - Prisoner of the Mountains (Кавказский пленник) by Sergey BODROV [fiction, 100 mn]

Awards :
Prize for the contribution to International Cinema, Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Russia, 2016
Mongol :
Best film, "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2007
Best directing, "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2007
Best Cinematography, "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2007
Best Set Decoration, "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2007
Prisoner of the Mountains :
Best Screenplay, "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 1996
Best feature film, "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 1996
Best directing, "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 1996
Prisoner of the Mountains :
Sélectionné à la Quinzaine des réalisateurs à Cannes,1996
Nominé aux Oscars et au Golden Globe du meilleur film étranger, 1996
Prix Nika du meilleur acteur pour Oleg Menchikov et Sergueï Bodrov jr, du meilleur réalisateur, meilleur film et meilleur scénario, 1996
Non-Professionals :
Prix spécial du jury au festival de Turin, 1986
FIP (Freedom is Paradise) :
Grand prix au Festival de Montréal, 1989
Prix spécial du jury au Festival de Sorento, 1989
Prix dans le cadre du Forum du jeune cinéma au Festival de Berlin, 1990
Prix spécial au Fesival "Stalker" à Moscou, 1995
White King, Red Queen :
Prix NIKA de la meilleure musique, 1992

Biography
Sergey Vladimirovich Bodrov was born in Habarovsk in 1948. He graduated from the Pansovietic Institute of Cinematography (the renowned VGIK) and began a career as a journalist and writer. His first screenplay of Balamut by Vladimir Rogovoj dates from 1978. He debuted in 1984 with Sladkij sok vnutri travy shot in Kazakhstan and became one of the leading figures in perestroika-era Soviet cinema. The following year he directed Neprofessionaly, which won the Special Jury Prize at the Turin Festival. In 1989 SER (Svoboda Eto Raj) received numerous prizes at Montreal, Berlin and Sorrento. In 1996 he made Kavkazskij plennik, winner of the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes and nominated for an Academy Award as best foreign film. He moved to Los Angeles in the 1990s and worked as a screenwriter on Est-Ouest by Régis Wargnier and Somebody to Love by Alexandre Rockwell. In 2001 he directed The Quickie and the following year had a film in competition at Venice, Medvezij pozeluj (Bear’s Kiss); his son Sergey Bodrov jr played a part in the film, for the last time as he died while it was being made. Sergey Bodrov divides his working time both as a producer and co-script-writer between the USA and Kazakhstan. Bodrov’s latest film, Mongol (2007), about the legendary Genghis Khan, has been very successful with the international public and was nominated for an Academy Award as best foreign film.
Source : www.labiennale.org/en
 

Commentaries and bibliography
- La liberté, c’est le paradis (1989), de Sergueï Bodrov Julien MORVAN, 2020, Perestroikino
- Top 3 Russian historical movies rated by IMDB users 2020, RUSSIA BEYOND
- Le Prisonnier du Caucase (1996) Kavkazskij plennik Différents auteurs, 2013, senscritique.com
- Sergei Bodrov, Guka Omarova: A Yakuza's Daughter Never Cries (Doch’ Iakudzy, 2010) , Mariya BOSTON, 2011, kinokultura.com
- Une fameuse gorgée de poison [La Liberté c'est le paradis et Bouge pas, meurs, ressuscite ] Asketoner, 2009, fromafog.blogspot.com
- Mongol (2008) Différents auteurs, 2008, senscritique.com
- Mongol : fresque épique pour le légendaire Gengis Khan Thomas SOTINEL, 2008, Le Monde
- Sergei Bodrov: Mongol (2007) Alexander PROKHOROV, 2008, Kinokultura
- 90-е. Кино, которое мы потеряли , Larisa MALUKOVA, 2007, Зебра Е ; 2007 г.
- Как поступают монголы. Рецензия на фильм «Монгол» 2007, dvhab.ru
- Sergei Bodrov, Ivan Passer, Talgat Temenov : The Nomad (Kochevniki, 2005) 2006, Gulnara ABIKEYEVA, kinokultura.com
- Le cinéma des années 1990-2000. Images dispersées , Françoise NAVAILH, 2005, Russie, peuples et civilisations, La découverte
- Sergei Bodrov Sr: The Bear's Kiss (2002) , Daniel WILD, 2004, kinokultura.com
- Le Prisonnier du Caucase [Sergueï Bodrov] Vincent OSTRIA, 2002, Les Inrockuptibles
 
 
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