KinoKultura: Issue 33 (2011)

Infernal Energy: FILMOGRAPHY

Rimgaila Salys

FILMOGRAPHY

Films are listed alphabetically, followed by the year of production, with premiere/release date noted in brackets (if different) and name of director.

Anna Karamazoff, 1991 [premiered at Cannes in 1991, but never released], Rustam Khamdanov
Balthazar’s Feasts or a Night with Stalin (Piry Valtasara, ili noch’ so Stalinym), 1989 [1990], Iurii Kara
The Barracks (Barak), 1999, Valerii Ogorodnikov
The Berlin Express (Berlinskii ekspress), 2001, Ravshan Otkirov
Bless the Woman (Blagoslovite zhenshchinu), 2003, Stanislav Govorukhin
Burnt by the Sun (Utomlennye solntsem), 1994, Nikita Mikhalkov
The Cold Summer of ’53… (Kholodnoe leto piat’desiat tret’ego …), 1988, Aleksandr Proshkin
Comrade Stalin’s Trip to Africa (Puteshestvie tovarishcha Stalina v Afriku), 1991, Iraklii Kvirikadze
Defence Counsel Sedov (Zashchitnik Sedov), 1988, Evgenii Tsymbal
The Edge (Krai), 2010, Aleksei Uchitel’
Encore, Another Encore! (Ankor, eshche ankor!), 1992, Petr Todorovskii
First on the Moon (Pervye na lune), 2005, Aleksei Fedorchenko
Freeze-Die-Come to Life (Zamri-umri-voskresni), 1989 [1990], Vitalii Kanevskii
From the Life of Fedor Kuz’kin (Iz zhizni Fedora Kuz’kina), 1989, Stanislav Rostotskii
A Gift for Stalin (Podarok Stalinu), 2008, Rustem Abdrashev 
Hammer and Sickle (Serp i molot), 1994, Sergei Livnev   
Harvest Time (Vremia zhatvy), 2004, Marina Razbezhkina
An Independent Life (Samostoiatel’naia zhizn’), 1991, Vitalii Kanevskii
The Inner Circle (Blizhnii krug), 1991 [1992 Moscow premiere], Andrei Konchalovskii
The Kerosene Seller’s Wife (Zhena kerosinshchika), 1988 [1989], Aleksandr Kaidanovskii
Khrustalev, My Car! (Khrustalev, mashinu!), 1998, Aleksei German
Koma, 1989, Nijolė  Adomėnaitė
The Law (Zakon), 1989 [1990], Vladimir Naumov
The Little Giant With a Big Sex Drive (Malen’kii gigant bol’shogo seksa), 1992, Nikolai Dostal’
Lost in Siberia (Zateriannyi v Sibiri), 1991, Aleksandr Mitta
The Manuscript (Rukopis’), 1990, Aleksandr Muratov
Marriage with Death (Venchanie so smert’iu), 1992, Nikolai Mashchenko
Mirror for a Hero (Zerkalo dlia geroia), 1987, Vladimir Khotinenko  
Moscow Parade (Prorva), 1992, Ivan Dykhovichnyi
My Friend Ivan Lapshin (Moi drug Ivan Lapshin), 1984 [1985], Aleksei German    
Nanking Landscape (Nankinskii peizazh), 2006, Valerii Rubinchik 
Not Afraid to Die (Umirat’ ne strashno), 1991, Lev Kulidzhanov
Not by Bread Alone (Ne khlebom edinym), 2005, Stanislav Govorukhin
The 101st Kilometer (101-i kilometr), 2001, Leonid Mariagin
Papa, 2004, Vladimir Mashkov
Prishvin’s Paper Eyes (Bumazhnye glaza Prishvina), 1989 [1990], Valerii Ogorodnikov
Repentance (Pokaianie),1984 [1986], Tengiz Abuladze   
The Savage (Dikar’), 1988 [1989], Kamara Kamalova
Sof’ia Petrovna, 1989, Arkadii Sirenko
Stalin’s Funeral (Pokhorony Stalina), 1990, Evgenii Evtushenko
The Swimmer (Plovets), 1981 [Moscow premiere 1982, complete version released 1987], Iraklii Kvirikadze
Ten Years Without the Right to Correspond (10 let bez prava perepiski), 1990, Vladimir Naumov
And There Are Cursed Days in Russia Again (A v Rossii opiat’ okaiannye dni), 1990 [1992], Vladimir Vasil’kov
The Thief (Vor), 1997, Pavel Chukhrai
To Kill a Dragon (Ubit’ drakona), 1988, Mark Zakharov
Tomorrow was the War (Zavtra byla voina),1987, Iurii Kara
Two Drivers (Ekhali dva shofera), 2001, Aleksandr Kott
Vanished Time (Kanuvshee vremia), 1989 [1990] , Solomon Shuster  
You Won’t Leave Me (Vy ne ostavite menia), 2006, Alla Surikova

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