Marina Goldovskaya

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Marina Goldovskaya, (born 1941) is an eminent Russian born documentary cinematographer famed for her candid portrayal of people. She has documented many types of people including simple folk, seamstresses, a female astronaut, literary and artistic legends, as well as political leaders.

The recipient of numerous documentary film and lifetime achievement awards, she currently serves as a professor at the UCLA School of Film and Television in Los Angeles.

Filmography[edit]

... aka Anatoly Rybakov: The Russian Story (International: English title) (2006)

... aka A Poet on the Lower East Side: A Docu-Diary on Allen Ginsberg (USA) (1997)

... aka Lucky to be Born in Russia (International: English title) (1994)

... aka Oskolki zerkala (Russia) (1992)

... aka Власть Соловецкая (Soviet Union: Russian title) ... aka Solovetskaya vlast ... aka Solovki Power ... aka Vlast Solovetskaya (Soviet Union: Russian title: short title) (1988)

... aka Oleg Efremov: Chtoby byl teatr (Soviet Union: Russian title) (1987)

Books[edit]

A memoir by Marina Goldovskaya, a Russian woman filmmaker, who was the first in Russia to be the combined director, writer, cinematographer, and producer of her films. Originally published in Russian. English version published in 2006 by Texas University Press

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