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Sergei Bodrov



In 1996, Russian director Sergei Bodrov won international acclaim with his drama Kavkazsky Plennik/Prisoner of the Mountains, the tragic tale of two Russian soldiers held captive in a remote Caucasian village. The drama earned Bodrov Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for Best Foreign Film, a European film award for its script, several Nika awards, and the Best Film Prize at the San Diego Film Festival. Before studying screenwriting at Russia's premiere film school, VGIK, in 1971, Bodrov studied at the Institute of Energetics for two years. Following his 1974 graduation from VGIK, Bodrov spent three years as a special correspondent for Krokodil magazine. When not contributing articles, he wrote screenplays, with little success until the early '80s. Bodrov made his first foray into film direction in 1984 with Sladky Son Vnutri Travy/Sweet Dreams in the Grass which he co-helmed with Amanbe Alpiev. As with most of his subsequent features, Bodrov also contributed to the screenplay. In addition to directing, Bodrov is a prolific publisher of short stories and essays.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Morfiy
  • Screenwriter
2008
No Score Yet Drunken Sailor (The Tiger Lillies)
  • Director
2007
No Score Yet Somebody to Love
  • Screenwriter
1996
No Score Yet Ya Khotela Uvidet Angelov
  • Director
1992
No Score Yet Belyy Korol, Krasnaya Koroleva (Russkie) (White King, Red Queen)
  • Director
1992
No Score Yet S.E.R. - Svoboda eto rai (Freedom Is Paradise)
  • Director
1989
No Score Yet Katala (The Gambler)
  • Director
1989
No Score Yet Ya tebya nenavizhu (I Hate You)
  • Director
1986
No Score Yet Neprofessionaly
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
1985
No Score Yet Sladkiy sok vnutri travy
  • Director
1984
No Score Yet Golosa voyny (The Voices of War)
  • Director
1974

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