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Famous Film Director Died in Moscow
16.01.2012 15:16
Famous Film Director Died in Moscow
Evgeny Ginzburg

On January 15, famous movie and television director Evgeny Ginzburg died in the 67th year of his life due to cerebral hemorrhage.

      Evgeny Ginzburg was born in 1945, in Chelyabinsk. In the beginning of 1960s he worked as an assistant of a camera operator in Tashkent Studio of Television. In 1966 he graduated from the film director faculty of the Georgia's State Insitute of Theatrical Art, where he was a pupil of the prominent Georgian master Mikhail Tumanishvili.

      In 1967 Evgeny Ginzburg began working at the Russian Central Television, sine 1968 he was a director of the general editorial office of the musical programmes.

      Evgeny Ginzburg specialized in the staging and filiming of TV-concerts, shows, theatrical benefit performances. His debut as a film director was the film of "The Recipe of Her Youth" with Lyudmila Gurchenko in the lead role. Then he filmed several popular TV-musicals, such as "Marriage of Jays" (1984), "Funny Chronicles of a Dangerous Adventure" (1986), "Iceland of the Dead Ships" (1987). Among his latest works such films as "Anna" (2005) and "Poor Baby" (2006)

      His works were repeatedly awarded with a lot of Russian and international awards, including the "Silver Rose" international television festival in Montreux, Switzerland, and "TEFI" (2003) for his contribution into Russian television industry. 

      Evgeny Ginzburg worked as a theater director and taught at Moscow Institute of TV and Radio Broadcasting in recent years.



Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian cinema Russian film directors Russian television obituary  

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