Aleksandr Mikhailovich Faintsimmer
December 31, 1906
|Died||March 21, 1982 (aged 75)|
|Resting place||Vvedenskoye Cemetery, Moscow|
|Awards||Stalin Prize (1950,1951)|
Aleksandr Mikhailovich Faintsimmer (Feinzimmer, Russian: Александр Михайлович Файнциммер; 31 December 1906 – 21 March 1982) was a Soviet film director. He has been cited as a filmmaker on the forefront of Russian language social thriller. His son Leonid Kvinikhidze was also a film director.
- The Czar Wants to Sleep (Poruchik Kizhe) (1934), better known as Lieutenant Kijé. Sergei Prokofiev wrote a famous instrumental piece, Lieutenant Kijé, as its main theme.
- Men of the Sea (Baltiytsy) (1938)
- Tanker "Derbent" (1941)
- Kotovsky (1942)
- Naval Battalion (1944)
- For Those Who Are at Sea (1947)
- A Girl with a Guitar (1948)
- They Have a Motherland (1949)
- Konstantin Zaslonov (1949)
- Aušra prie Nemuno (1953)
- The Gadfly (1955)
- A Girl with Guitar (1958)
- Far in the West (1968)
- 50 to 50 (1972)
- Without the Right to Mistake (1974)
- The Tavern on Pyatnitskaya (1978)
- Farewell tour Artist (1979)
- H.T.S. (December 10, 1934). "Czar Paul on Screen Again". The New York Times.
- Rollberg, Peter (2016). Historical Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Cinema. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 179, 238, 243. ISBN 9781442268425.
- Marina Murzina. "Дело в "шляпке". Легендарному фильму "Соломенная шляпка" - 40 лет". Argumenty i Fakty.
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