Alexander Tatarsky

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Aleksander Mihailovich Tatarskiy (Russian: Алекса́ндр Миха́йлович Тата́рский, December 11, 1950, Kiev, Soviet Union – July 22, 2007, Moscow, Russia) was a Soviet/Russian animation film director, script writer and producer, animator and an artist of Ukrainian Jewish[1] origin. Honoured arts worker of Russia, laureate of the State Premio of Russian Federation in the field of "literature and arts", laureate of Nika Award.

In 1988 he founded the Moscow animation studio Pilot, the first independent film studio in the post-Soviet Russia. Most of the films by Aleksandr Tatarsky and Pilot studio have festival awards. The bumper for the children’s telecast Spokoinoi nochi, malyshi! (in English, roughly: "Good Night, Kids") was included into the Guinness Book of Records by the number of broadcasts.

The studio’s work The Mount of Gems, a collection of short-length animations after folktales of Russia’s peoples is the largest project in the history of Russian animation.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1974 — For the birds
  • 1981 — Plasticine crow
  • 1981 — Good night, kids (TV programme heading)
  • 1982 — Microfilms
  • 1982 — Take care of the bread
  • 1982 — Back from the stars
  • 1982 — Incident in museum
  • 1982 — Tele-eye
  • 1983 — Previous year snow falling
  • 1983 — New Year's Eve song of Ded Moroz
  • 1984 — Back side of the Moon
  • 1984 — Alarm clock
  • 1985 — Signs
  • 1985 — Rubik's Cube. The clownery.
  • 1986 — Wings, legs and tails
  • 1986 — How not to flood the neighbours
  • 1986 — How to warm the tent
  • 1986 — There and back again
  • 1986—1987 — Investigation held by Kolobki
  • 1989 — Lift 1
  • 1989 — Lift 2
  • 1991 — Putsch
  • 1992 — Lift 5
  • 1996 — I'll not give you know (advertising video of Mashina Vremeni music band)
  • 1999 — Gone by the Wind
  • 2002 — Red gates Rashomon
  • 2004 — Gems mountain. How Pan was a steed.
  • 2004 — Gems mountain. Dreams interpretation.

Films by Tatarskiy's "Pilot Studio"[edit]

  • June 1995 - Pilot brothers films a video for MTV
  • 1996 — Pilot brothers likes to go hunting
  • 1996 — Pilot brothers sometimes go fishing
  • 1996 — Pilot brothers drinks tea in the evening
  • 1996 — Pilot brothers show tricks to each other
  • 1996 — Pilot Brothers prepare macaronies on breakfast
  • 1996 — Pilot brothers suddenly decided to go hunting
  • and many others

References[edit]

  1. ^ Мой любимый клоун(Russian)

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