Sergey Garmash Biography

Height: 6' 1½" (1.87 m)
Wiki Biography: Nikita Mikhalkov is the son of the famous communist poet Sergei Mikhalkov, who wrote the lyrics of the Soviet national anthem and had strong connections to the Communist Party. Nikita Mikhalkov's mother, Natalya Petrovna Konchalovskaya, was also a poet and daughter of famous painter Pyotr Petrovich Konchalovsky by his wife Olga Vasilievna Surikova, and by her the great granddaughter of another great painter Vasily Surikov. And then last, but not least, Nikita Mikhalkov is the brother of Andrei Konchalovsky, also a film director who, unlike Nikita, has worked in the US. Mikhalkov directed "Burnt by the Sun" Utomlennye solntsem (1994) won an Academy Award for the Best Foreign Film but he is also well known as an actor, appearing in over 40 films including "The Barber of Siberia" The Barber of Siberia (1998) where he played the Russian Tsar "Alexander III" opposite Julia Ormond. Mikhailkov has impressive long list of wins at Cannes, Venice, Moscow, Karlovy Vary, European Film Awards etc. Following his movie's Oscar win, Nikita Mikhalkov, has won a parliamentary seat in Victor Chernomyrdin's party. He is always in the spotlight, especially in Moscow, where he lives. IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous Mini Biography Russian film-maker and actor Nikita Sergeyevich Mikhalkov was born on October, 21, 1945, a son of a well-known Russian poet Sergei Mikhalkov, who provided lyrics for the Russian anthem, and Natalya Petrovna Konchalovskaya, also a poet. As a child he was exposed to genuine literary talk at home, which was a fulcrum for a Russian art community. Mikhalkov was educated at the state film school VGIK and graduated in 1971 with a short film Quiet Day at War's End as his degree project. He quickly established himself as one of the most promising Russian directors with a vision of his own. Fame and recognition came with At Home among Strangers (1974) - a crime story set against the backdrop of a civil war. A biopic about a silent movie star Slave of Love (1976), An Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano (1977), and A Few Days in the Life of I.I.Oblomov (1979) - the latter two inspired by the themes from the Russian classical literature - were praised for technical brilliance. Mikhalkov often starred in his films and occasionally appeared in other directors' movies. Five Evenings (1979) and Kinfolk (1981) combined comedy and drama in consideration of important issues of the day. As his fame and international audience grew, his films never went unnoticed at prestigious European film festivals and earned him numerous awards. Dark Eyes (1987) - a love story loosely based on Chekhov's novel, Hitch-hiking (1990), and Close to Eden (1991) enjoyed popularity with cinema-goers and got widespread critical acclaim. Mikhalkov's personal ambition was to repeat a success of The Cranes Are Flying - the only Russian film to have won the Palme d"Or at the Cannes Festival. In 1994, his Stalin era drama Burnt by the Sun (1994) was overshadowed by Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction (1994) at Cannes and, upon returning home, he made some unpleasant remarks about "those people in France neglecting masterpieces" and vowed never to take part in any film festival, again. So far, he has kept his promise. Burnt by the Sun, however, became a hit of its own and won an Academy Award (Oscar) for the Best Foreign Film. Because of his controversial political views, he fell from public favor in the late 1990s, although his The Barber of Siberia (1998) (aka "The Barber of Siberia" (1998)) - a grandiose, big budget romance set in the 19th century Russia - became a runaway box office success. Opinions on his directing polarize. Some view him as the greatest living Russian film-maker. The others say that he is a typical old school director who fails to produce new ideas in his films.

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Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
Otryad Urin 1986
Deti chugunnykh bogov Man in drinking-house 1994 Drama
Zivot a neobycejna dobrodruzstvi vojaka Ivana Conkina Miljaga 1994 Comedy, Romance
Vremya tantsora Fiedel 1998 Drama
Voroshilovskiy strelok Captain 1999 Crime, Drama
Poklonnik Oleg Viktorovich 2001 Drama, Thriller
Lyubovnik Ivan 2002 Drama
And in the Morning They Woke Up Urka 2003 Comedy, Drama
Dnevnik kamikadze Zhenya Polyak "The Pole" 2003 Crime, Drama
72 metra Senior Warrant Officer Nikolai Krauz 2004 Drama, Action, Thriller
Moy svodnyy brat Frankenshteyn Kurbatov 2004 Drama
Svoi Security Officer 2004 Action, Drama
Bednye rodstvenniki Yacha 2005 Comedy, Drama
Okhota na Piranyu Zima 2006 Action, Crime, Thriller
Posledniy zaboy Sergei Nikolayevich 2006 Drama
La traductrice Oleg 2006 Thriller, Drama
Katyn 2007 0, 0, Romance
12 2007 Crime, Drama, Thriller
Russkaya igra Uteshitelny 2007 Comedy
Kholodnoe solntse Peter A. 2008 Drama, Thriller
Morfiy Soborevsky Vasily Osipovich 2008 Drama
Papa naprokat Tolya 2008 Family
Obitaemyy ostrov Zef 2008 Action, Adventure
Obitaemyy ostrov. Skhvatka Zef 2009 Action, Adventure
Goryachie novosti Killer 2009 Action, Crime, Drama
Trassa M8 Hose 2009 Action, Comedy, Romance
Kniga masterov Govoryashchiy kon 2009 Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Chernaya Molniya Otets Dimy 2009 Action, Thriller
Fonogramma strasti Gennadii 2010 Action, Crime, Romance
Belka i Strelka. Zvezdnye sobaki Kazbek 2010 Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Utomlennye solntsem 2 Beznogiy serzhant na barzhe 2010 Drama
Doch yakudzy Anton 2010 Comedy
Kray Fishman 2010 Adventure, Drama, Romance
Pryachsya Drozdov 2010 Thriller
Yolki Valeriy Sinitsyn - kapitan militsii 2010 Comedy
Vykrutasy Khlybustin 2011 Comedy, Romance, Sport
Master i Margarita Ivan Bezdomny 2011 Drama, Mystery
Stilyagi Otets Melsa 2011 Drama, Musical, Romance
Dom Viktor Shamanov 2011 Drama
Ivan Tsarevich & the Grey Wolf Zmey Gorynych 2011 Animation, Family
Belka i Strelka: Lunnye priklyucheniya Kazbek 2014 Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Savva. Serdtse voina Moran 2015 Animation
Odnazhdy uncle Misha 2015 Adventure