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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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Director,
Writer,
Producer
 
 
 
 

Vadim DUBROVITSKY

Вадим ДУБРОВИЦКИЙ
Vadim DOUBROVITSKI

Filmography (extracts)
 
Director
2010 - Ivanov (Иванов) [fiction, 170 mn]
 
Writer
2010 - Ivanov (Иванов) by Vadim DUBROVITSKY [fiction, 170 mn]
 
Producer
2010 - Ivanov (Иванов) by Vadim DUBROVITSKY [fiction, 170 mn]

Other films
2007 The Krechinski Polonaise (Полонез Кречинского), (tv, 24 series)

Awards :
Ivanov :
Award, Internet-festival "Rossiskaya Gazeta" Dubl DV@, Different cities (Russia), 2012
Prize Cine-Club Federation of Russia, Russian program : new feature films films, Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2010

Biography
Born on July 25, 1960 in Luninets, Brest region.
Graduated from the department of acting and directing at LGITMIK, majored in music theatre (1981, workshop of I.A.Grinshpun).
In 1982-1985 was a soloist in Alexander Bronevitsky's ensemble "Druzhba". In the late 80s - early 90s organized international festivals of contemporary music.
In 1996 set up the company "Teatralnaya antrepriza Vadima Dubrovitskogo". Theatre director, author of more than 20 theatre performances including musical "Theatre of the Town Glupov" (1993), "I Don't Remember Anything" (1998, based on A.Miler's play), "Rumours" (2001; N.Simon), "It Is Love, Fool!" (2002, I.Fridberg), "Man and Gentleman" (2003, E.de Filippo), "Love-Blood" (2004, K.Dragunskaya), "Glass Dust" (2005, G.SIutski) and others. Director of the TV series "The Krechinski Polonaise" (2007) based on the trilogy by A.V.Sukhovo-Kobylin.
 

Commentaries and bibliography
- Vadim Dubrovitskii: Ivanov (2010) , Joe ANDREW, 2011, kinokultura.com
 
 
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