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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
Titles and names in bold print contain more complete information
Director,
Writer,
Actor
 
Born 1947, USSR
 
Died 2009

Ivan DYKHOVICHNY

Иван ДЫХОВИЧНЫЙ
Ivan DYKHOVITCHNY

Filmography (extracts)
 
Director
2008 - Europe - Asia (Европа - Азия) [fiction, 90 mn]
2006 - Inhale - Exhale (Вдох - Выдох) [fiction, 100 mn]
2005 - Guerre fatale. Photographiya bezdny (Роковая война. Фотография бездны) [documentary, 50 mn]
2002 - The Kopeck (Копейка) [fiction, 100 mn]
2002 - Money (Деньги) [TV serial, 1560 mn]
1998 - Heznakomoe, ili krestonosets-2 (Незнадомое оружие, или крестоносец-2) [fiction, 88 mn]
1995 - Music for December (Музыка для декабря) [fiction, 99 mn]
1994 - Zhenskaya rol (Женская роль) [documentary, 46 mn]
1992 - Moscow Parade (Прорва) [fiction, 108 mn]
1988 - The Black Monk (Черный монах) [fiction, 88 mn]
1988 - Kranaya seriya (Красная серия) [documentary, 52 mn]
1985 - Ispytatel (Испытатель) [fiction, 25 mn]
1982 - Litso (Лицо) [fiction, 19 mn]
1982 - Bratya (Братья) [fiction, 20 mn]
1981 - Elya Isaakovichi and Margarita Prokofyevna (Элия Исаакович и Маргарита Прокофьевна) [fiction, 20 mn]
1980 - Otkuda v trave ryba? (Откуда в траве рыба?) [fiction, 5 mn]
 
Writer
1998 - Heznakomoe, ili krestonosets-2 (Незнадомое оружие, или крестоносец-2) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 88 mn]
1995 - Music for December (Музыка для декабря) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 99 mn]
1994 - Zhenskaya rol (Женская роль) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [documentary, 46 mn]
1992 - Moscow Parade (Прорва) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 108 mn]
1988 - The Black Monk (Черный монах) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 88 mn]
1982 - Litso (Лицо) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 19 mn]
1982 - Bratya (Братья) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 20 mn]
1981 - Elya Isaakovichi and Margarita Prokofyevna (Элия Исаакович и Маргарита Прокофьевна) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 20 mn]
1980 - Otkuda v trave ryba? (Откуда в траве рыба?) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [fiction, 5 mn]
 
Actor
2002 - Money (Деньги) by Ivan DYKHOVICHNY [TV serial, 1560 mn]

Awards :
The Black Monk :
Golden Osella, Venice International Film Festival, Venice (Italy), 1988
Moscow Parade :
1992 Prix Nika pour le meilleur travail de chef- opérateur.
Elya Isaakovichi and Margarita Prokofyevna :
Sélectionné dans le programme "Panorama", Festival de Berlin 1988
Bratya :
Prix du meilleur premier film, Festival de Tbilissi

Biography
Director, scriptwriter, producer. Born in 1947 in Moscow. Graduated from the acting department of the B.V.Schukin Theatrical College (1969. class of V.Lvova and L.Shikhmatov), from the Higher Courses for Scriptwriters and Directors (1982, class of E.Riazanov). In 1969—1970 acted on the stage of the Leningrad theatre of Miniatures. In 1970—1981 acted in the Drama and Comedy Theatre on Taganka. Author and host of TV programs.
www.moscowfilmfestival.ru

Prominent Russian Film Director Ivan Dykhovichny Dies September 27, 2009 Written by Kathy Stover September 27, 2009 0 Ivan Dykhovichny, Oct. 16, 1947 – Sept. 27, 2009, screenwriter and director of film dramas, has died in Moscow at the age of 61. Dykhovichny’s work was often set in beautiful places and dealt with love and conflict. The films – nearly a dozen during the 1980s through early 2000 – were perhaps so popular due to the contrast between old Russia and the new. His characters were often caught in between, struggling to find themselves as they longed for the past. For instance, his film “Muzyka dlya dekabrya” (screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival in 1995) centers on the character Alexandre Larin. A famous artist and former Soviet citizen, Larin comes back to Russia after being away for some years in an attempt to see Masha Bersenjeva, a young beautiful woman whom he knew when she was a child. At the time he was going to marry her mother Anna, but instead fell in love with the daughter. Frightened of the situation he found himself in, he betrayed both women and left. How much Ivan Dykhovichny’s characters represent new, future and old Russia, I don’t know. The synopsis of his films sound intriguing especially since the character “Larin” came back to Russia to take the young Masha to America – could it be new Russia moving towards capitalism? It sounds that way as an outsider looking in. Ivan Dykhovichny will be laid to rest in the exclusive Noviodevichy cemetery in Moscow.
http://www.einsiders.com/hollywood-obituaries/prominent-russian-film-director-ivan-dykhovichny-dies-september-27-2009.html
 

Commentaries and bibliography
- Ivan Dykhovichnyi : Europe-Asia (Evropa-Aziia, 2008) , Alyssa DEBLASIO, 2009, kinokultura.com
- Ivan Dykhovichnyi : Inhale―Exhale (Vdokh― Vydokh, 2006) , Vida JOHNSON, 2007, kinokultura.com
 
 
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