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|Born||Aleksandr Ivanovitch Medvedkin
24 February 1900
Penza, Penza Governorate, Russian Empire
|Died||20 February 1989
Moscow, Soviet Union
Aleksandr Ivanovich Medvedkin (Russian: Александр Иванович Медведкин; 24 February 1900 – 20 February 1989), was a Soviet Russian film director, best known for his 1934 film Happiness. His life and art are the subject of Chris Marker's film The Last Bolshevik (1992).
He travelled around Russia in his Kinopoezd, a film-train, in which he carried film equipment and shot movies in Kolkhozy, which he would then screen there.
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