Adaptations of Anna Karenina
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- 1907: Anna Karénine by French playwright Edmond Guiraud.
- 1937: Anna Karenina by Russian Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko
- 1950s: a stage version of Anna Karenina has played at the Madach Theatre of Budapest.
- 1992: Anna Karenina by English playwright Helen Edmundson and theatre company Shared Experience; an English stage adaptation of the novel which won London Time Out Award for Outstanding Theatrical Event of 1992.
- 2008: Anna Karenina by Lithuanian director Eimuntas Nekrošius, Italian production.
- 2010: Anna Karenina by Ukrainian director and playwright Andriy Zholdak; a Finnish stage version of the novel.
- 2012: Anna Karenina by American playwright Kevin McKeon and Portland Center Stage director Chris Coleman; an English stage version of the novel.
- 1911: Anna Karenina, a French adaptation directed by Maurice André Maître.
- 1914: Anna Karenina, a Russian adaptation directed by Vladimir Gardin.
- 1915: Anna Karenina (1915 film), an American version starring Danish actress Betty Nansen.
- 1918: Anna Karenina (1918 film), a Hungarian adaptation directed by Márton Garas.
- 1927: Love (1927 film), an American version, starring Greta Garbo and directed by Edmund Goulding. This version featured significant changes from the novel and had two different endings, with a happy one for American audiences.
- 1935: Anna Karenina (1935 film), the most famous and critically acclaimed version, starring Greta Garbo and Fredric March and directed by Clarence Brown.
- 1948: Anna Karenina (1948 film) starring Vivien Leigh, Ralph Richardson and directed by Julien Duvivier.
- 1953: Anna Karenina (1953 film), a Russian version directed by Tatyana Lukashevich.
- 1954: Panakkaari, a Tamil language adaptation directed by K. S. Gopalakrishnan
- 1960: Nahr al-Hob (River of Love), an Egyptian movie directed by Ezzel Dine Zulficar
- 1967: Anna Karenina (1967 film), a Russian version directed by Alexander Zarkhi.
- 1976: Anna Karenina, a Russian ballet version directed by Margarita Pilikhina.
- 1985: Anna Karenina (1985 film), a U.S. TV movie starring Jacqueline Bisset and Christopher Reeve, directed by Simon Langton.
- 1997: Anna Karenina (1997 film), the first American version to be filmed on location in Russia, directed by Bernard Rose and starring Sophie Marceau and Sean Bean.
- see also Anna Karenina (soundtrack), the soundtrack of the 1997 film
- 2012: Anna Karenina (2012 film), a British version directed by Joe Wright, starring Keira Knightley.
- 1944: A radio adaptation on The Screen Guild Theater starring Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck. Ingrid Bergman also did a Theater Guild on the Air adaptation in 1948.
- 1949: Anna Karenina, The MGM Theater of the Air Radio Broadcast on 9 December 1949, starring Marlene Dietrich.
- 1997: A four-part BBC radio production starring Toby Stephens.
- 1961: Anna Karenina, a BBC Television adaptation directed by Rudolph Cartier, starring Claire Bloom and Sean Connery.
- 1970s: A Cuban television series starring Margarita Balboa as Anna, Miguel Navarro as Vronsky, and Angel Toraño as Karenin.
- 1977: Anna Karenina, a 1977 ten-episode BBC series, directed by Basil Coleman and starred Nicola Pagett, Eric Porter and Stuart Wilson.
- 2000: Anna Karenina, a four-part British TV adaptation made in 2000 directed by David Blair. Aired in America on PBS Masterpiece Theatre in 2001.
- 2009: Anna Karenina, a Russian mini-series directed by Sergei Solovyov.
- 2013: Anna Karenina, an English-language Italian/French/Spanish/German/Lithuanian TV co-production by Christian Duguay and starring Vittoria Puccini, Benjamin Sadler and Santiago Cabrera. Alternatively presented as a two-part mini-series or a single 3 hours and 15 minutes film.
- 2015: The Beautiful Lie, an Australian mini-series aired on the ABC.
- 1971: Anna Karenina, a ballet choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky, with music by Rodion Shchedrin.
- 2005: Anna Karenina, a Russian ballet choreographed by Boris Eifman, with music by Tchaikovsky.
- 2006: Anna Karenina, a ballet in 3 acts choreographed by Terence Kohler, music from Shostakovich, Rachmaninov, Khachaturian.
- 2014: Anna Karenina, choreography by Christian Spuck (Ballett Zürich), with music mostly by Rachmaninoff and Lutosławski.
- 1992: Anna Karenina, an ill-fated Broadway musical adaptation.
- 1994: a Hungarian musical Anna Karenina composed by Tibor Kocsák, lyrics by Tibor Miklós (renewed in 2008).
- 1904-1905: Anna Karenina by Italian composer Edoardo Granelli, composed in years 1904-1905.
- 1905: Anna Karenina by Italian composer Salvatore Sassano on libretto by Antonio Menotti. Opera won a prize at the contest of the Institute for the Advancement of Music, Naples and was premièred by Mercadante Theater in Naples in 1905.
- 1907: Leoš Janáček begun, but never finished the opera.
- 1914: Anna Karénine by French composer Edmond Malherbe, unperformed.
- 1914: Karenina Anna by Hungarian composer Jenő Hubay on libretto by Sándor Góth and Andor Gábor based on 1907 Edmond Guiraud's French dramatical adaptation. Premièred in 1923.
- 1924: Anna Karenina by Italian verismo composer Igino Robbiani on libretto by Arturo Rosatto, premièred 1924 at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome.
- 1930: Anna Karenina, op. 18 by Czech composer Stanislav Goldbach on libretto by Dalibor Chalupa, composed 1927-1930.
- 1970: Anna Karenina by Ukrainian composer Yuly Sergeyevich Meytus.
- 1978: Anna Karenina by Scottish composer Iain Hamilton on his own libretto, premièred by ENO at the London Coliseum in 1981.
- 2007: Anna Karenina, an American opera with music by David Carlson on a libretto by Colin Graham which premiered in 2007 at Florida Grand Opera. Second version with an added scene on text by Mark Streshinsky was premièred in 2010 by Opera San Jose.
- "Anna Karenina", a song by Nikos Xydakis and Thodoris Gonis.
- "Not even Vronsky", a song by Natasha Luna.
- "Anna Karenina (1911)". IMDB.
- Wake, Oliver. "Cartier, Rudolph (1904–1994)". Screenonline. Archived from the original on 1 March 2007. Retrieved 2007-02-25.
- "Lost BBC period drama of Anna Karenina found starring Sean Connery". London: The Daily Telegraph. 2010-08-17. Archived from the original on 20 August 2010. Retrieved 2010-08-17. (It has been suggested  that reports of this sudden rediscovery  are not entirely accurate as Anna Karenina has been available on DVD for a year in America.)
- Cuban dramatic arts site
- "Classical Composers Database".