Arcadiy Golubovich

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Arcadiy Golubovich
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Born Arcadiy Alekseevich Golubovich
(1987-06-28) June 28, 1987 (age 31)
Moscow, Soviet Union
Occupation producer, director, writer, actor, investor.
Years active 2004–present

Arcadiy Golubovich (born June 28, 1987) is an international film producer, director, writer, actor, technology investor and entrepreneur.

Arcadiy's most well known works include A Hologram for the King (2016) and 99 Homes (2015).

Personal life[edit]

Since 2008 Arcadiy has been living between Los Angeles and his home in London. Arcadiy's family are well-known collectors of Oriental art. [1][2]

Arcadiy has an older brother Ilya Golubovich,[3] and two younger sisters, Nataliya Golubovich[4] and Sofia Mirimskaya.

Growing up in Russia, Arcadiy attended Russia's first private school in Moscow 'Rosinka' (1993-1995), then transferred to Mathematical School #57 (1995-2000). Arcadiy graduated Moscow School of Economics (2000-2005) in the International baccalaureate program majoring in literature, economics and history of arts. After graduating Moscow Economic School, Arcadiy attended university in London.[5] Arcadiy graduated from University of the Arts London (college of Central Saint Martins University) with BA in Theater and Film Directing in 2008.

In 2010 Arcadiy took a training course in acting in the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute with Robert Hallack.

Producing career[edit]

Early work: 2004-2012[edit]

At age 16, Arcadiy Executive Produced his first feature film "The Aryan Couple" directed by John Daily, starring Oscar winning Martin Landau and Judy Parfitt. Arcadiy also became a board member in the production company FAME (Film And Music Entertainment).

After college Arcadiy worked part-time with Parallel Media Film Fund out of Los Angeles where he produced his first movie "High School" starting the Oscar winning Adrien Brody.

Current work: 2012–current[edit]

In 2012 Arcadiy created the media finance department with Corporate Finance Bank[6] in Moscow, which became a leading film and TV debt provider in Russia.[7]

In 2013 Arcadiy founded Primeridian LLC.,[8] a motion picture production and financing company based in Los Angeles.

Tribeca Film Festival hosted the world premiere of the Golubovich-produced film A Hologram for the King. [9]

Investing career[edit]

In 2014 Arcadiy with his brother Ilya started I2BF Digital[10] (a branch of I2BF Global Ventures,[11] based in New York City, which is founded by his brother Ilya Golubovich). I2BF Digital specializes in digital and media innovative technologies.

Humanitarian work[edit]

In 2005 Arcadiy with his father established the Golubovich Foundation[12] which provided international scholarships to Russian students in collaboration with St. Martins University of Arts London and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.

In the media[edit]

In 2013 Tatler magazine (Russia) featured Arcadiy as the It Boy in July. [5] The article talks about Arcadiy being a stylish, social businessman and filmmaker, with a passion for collecting Japanese katana swords.

Filmography[edit]

Films that garnered Arcadiy the most recognition include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Илья Голубович провел выставку Хараппы". finparty.ru. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  2. ^ https://snob.ru/profile/9602?v=1459510786
  3. ^ Konrad, Alex. "Ilya Golubovich, 29 - pg.13". Forbes. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  4. ^ "Бал дебютанток-2012: примерка Натальи Голубович". tatler.ru. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  5. ^ a b "It boy июля: Аркадий Голубович". tatler.ru. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  6. ^ "Банк БКФ". www.cfb.ru. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  7. ^ http://www.cfb.ru/lending/finanskino/
  8. ^ "Home - CONTACT". Home - CONTACT. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  9. ^ "A Hologram for the King - Tribeca Film Festival". Tribeca. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  10. ^ "I2BF - Global Ventures". www.i2bfdigital.com. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  11. ^ "I2BF - Global Ventures". www.i2bf.com. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 
  12. ^ "GOLUBOVICH FOUNDATION :: OpenCharities". opencharities.org. Retrieved 23 April 2018. 

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