Director,
Writer,
Actress
Born in 1881, Russia
 
Died in 1971
Olga PREOBRAZHENSKAIA
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Ольга Ивановна ПРЕОБРАЖЕНСКАЯ
Olga PREOBRAJENSKAIA
From filmography
 
Director
1941 - Paren iz Taygi (Парень из тайги) [fiction, 86 mn]
1939 - Stepan Razin (Степан Разин) [fiction, 121 mn]
1935 - Vrazhi tropy (Вражьи тропы) [fiction, 102 mn]
1933 - Odna radost (Одна радость) [fiction, 99 mn]
1931 - Tikhiy Don (Тихий Дон) [fiction, 87 mn]
1929 - Posledniy attraktsion (Последний аттракцион) [fiction, 76 mn]
1928 - Svetlyy gorod (Светлый город) [fiction, 68 mn]
1927 - Baby riazanskie (Бабы рязанские) [fiction, 67 mn]
1927 - Anya (Аня) [fiction, 70 mn]
1926 - Kashtanka (Каштанка) [fiction, 80 mn]
1923 - Slesar i kantsler (Слесарь и канцлер)
1919 - Zheleznaya pyata (Железная пята)
1917 - Viktoriya (Виктория)
1916 - Baryshnya-krestyanka (Барышня-крестьянка)
 
Writer
1939 - Stepan Razin (Степан Разин) by Ivan PRAVOV , Olga PREOBRAZHENSKAIA [fiction, 121 mn]
1931 - Tikhiy Don (Тихий Дон) by Ivan PRAVOV , Olga PREOBRAZHENSKAIA [fiction, 87 mn]
1927 - Anya (Аня) by Ivan PRAVOV , Olga PREOBRAZHENSKAIA [fiction, 70 mn]
1926 - Kashtanka (Каштанка) by Olga PREOBRAZHENSKAIA [fiction, 80 mn]
 
Actress
1972 - Privalovskie milliony (Приваловские миллионы)
1966 - Nakanune (Накануне) by Grigori ALEXANDROV , Vladimir PETROV [documentary, TV, 67 mn]
1919 - Zheleznaya pyata (Железная пята)
1914 - Dvoryanskoe gnezdo (Дворянское гнездо)
1913 - Klyuchi schastya (Ключи счастья) by Vladimir GARDIN , Yakov PROTAZANOV [fiction]

Biography
Olga Preobrazhenskaya (Russian: Ольга Ивановна Преображенская, 24 July 1881 – 30 October 1971) was a Russian Empire and Soviet actress and film director, one of the first female film directors. She is most famous for directing the film Women of Ryazan.
Olga Ivanovna Preobrazhenskaya was born on 24 July 1881 in Moscow. In 1901–1904 she studied in the actor school of Moscow Art Theater. From 1905 she worked in theaters in Poltava, Tbilisi, Riga, Odessa, Voronezh and Moscow. In 1913 she debuted as film actress in The Keys to Happiness, directed by Vladimir Gardin and Yakov Protazanov and went on to star in several very popular adaptations of Russian classics, such as War and Peace and On the Eve (both 1915). Preobrazhenskaya was one of the founders of the actor school of the VGIK, where she taught from 1918–25.
She died on October 31, 1971 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR.
https://en.wikipedia.org/
 

commentaries
- Женщины-режиссеры в советском кино. Выпуск №40 Ольга ПРЕОБРАЖЕНСКАЯ 2011, altereos.livejournal.com
- The Socialist Avant-Garde at the 33rd Moscow International Film Festival , Julie DRASKOCZY, 2011, kinokultura.com
- Le village du Péché - La critique + Le test DVD 2010, avoir-alire.com
- Le Village du péché d'Olga Preobrazhenskaya 2010, Ciné-club de Caen
- Les origines du cinéma soviétique : un regard neuf , Myriam TSIKOUNAS, 1992, Cerf