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  • Alexander Sokurov - Wikipedia

    Alexander Nikolayevich Sokurov, PAR (Russian: Алекса́ндр Никола́евич Соку́ров; born 14 June 1951) is a Russian filmmaker. His most significant works include a feature film, Russian Ark (2002), filmed in a single unedited shot, and Faust (2011), which was honoured with the Golden Lion, the highest prize for the best ...

  • Aleksandr Sokurov - IMDb

    Aleksandr Sokurov, Director: Russkiy kovcheg. He was born with a disability because of an anatomic defect of his leg, in 1951 in Podorvikha village in Siberian Russia.

  • Alexander Sokurov: The director Russia ignores | The ...

    Alexander Sokurov has a fair claim as Russia’s most distinguished living film-maker. A Golden Lion winner at Venice for his film Faust, and a perennial presence at major festivals, he has many influential admirers.

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  • Alexander Sokurov - Topic - YouTube

    Alexander Nikolayevich Sokurov, PAR is a Russian filmmaker. His most significant works include a feature film, Russian Ark, filmed in a single unedited shot,...

  • Alexander Sokurov | Film | The Guardian

    In this sophisticated but playful cine-prose poem, Alexander Sokurov does for the Louvre what he previously did for the Hermitage in Russian Ark

  • Requiem: The Visionary Films Of Alexander Sokurov ...

    Alexander Sokurov’s reputation as a purveyor of intense, “spiritual” films was sealed by Nick Cave’s article “I Wept and Wept, from Start to Finish,” about the singer’s reaction to Mother and Son.

  • Russian Ark - Wikipedia

    Russian Ark (Russian: Русский ковчег, Russkij Kovcheg) is a 2002 experimental historical drama film directed by Alexander Sokurov.It was filmed entirely in the Winter Palace of the Russian State Hermitage Museum using a single 96-minute Steadicam sequence shot.

  • Aleksandr Sokurov: Delusions and grandeur | Film | The ...

    He is the great Russian director who once shot a whole film in a single take. Aleksandr Sokurov talks to Steve Rose about Soviet spies, fallen dictators – and how he got Putin to fund his latest work

  • Italy’s Rai Cinema Producing New Works by Sokurov and ...

    Italy's Rai Cinema is producing new works by revered Russian auteurs Alexander Sokurov and Andrei Konchalovsky.

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