Golden Eagle Award for Best Television Motion Picture (Russia)

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Golden Eagle Award for Best Television Motion Picture
Awarded forBest Television Motion Picture of the Year
CountryRussia
Presented byNational Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences of Russia
First awarded2002
Currently held byБелая гвардия (2012)
WebsiteOfficial site of the National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia

The Golden Eagle Award for Best Television Motion Picture (Russian: Золотой Орёл для лучший игровой телевизионный фильм) is one of twenty award categories presented annually by the National Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences of Russia. It is one of the Golden Eagle Awards, which were conceived by Nikita Mikhalkov as a counterweight to the annual Nika Awards given by the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences.[1]

Each year the members of the academy choose three nominees from among television films (movies directly released to television), which have been popular in Russia since the 1950s because of their inexpensive production.[2] The movies therefore typically have only Russian titles. The category excludes motion pictures and documentaries, which have their own categories. The first film to be awarded was Spetsnaz.[3] The category was not awarded in 2004 and 2005.[4][5] The name of the award was changed to Golden Eagle Award for Best Telefilm or Mini-Series (up to 10 series) in 2006, which merged mini-series, awarded in 2004 and 2005 in a separate category, with telefilms.[6] Since then, the award has been won only by mini-series; no telefilms have received the prize. The most recent award in 2012 was made to Белая гвардия, which is based on Mikhail Bulgakov's The White Guard.[7] Gleb Panfilov holds the record for the most wins, with 2; other people with multiple nominations are Andrey Malyokov (with one win and one nomination), Vladimir Bortko (ditto) and Yuri Moroz (with two nominations but no wins).

Nominations and awards[edit]

An elderly man with glasses and parting.
Vladimir Bortko's Идиот was the last television film to be awarded; since then only mini-series received this award.
An elderly man with glasses and parting smiling to the camera. He holds a prize in his hands.
Gleb Panfilov holds the record for the most wins, with 2.
A corpulent man with a moustache and half-bald head raising his hands.
Vladimir Khotinenko – the second last winner
Key
Sign Meaning
dagger Category was not promoted
double-dagger Indicates the winner
Year Original title Transliterated title
(per BGN/PCGN standard)
Director Series
(Mini-Series)
Ref
2002 Спецназdouble-dagger Spetsnaz Andrey Malyokov
[3]
2002 Next
Oleg Fomin
[3]
2002 Азазель Azazel' Alexandr Abadashyan
[3]
2003 Идиотdouble-dagger Idiot Vladimir Bortko
[8]
2003 Наследницы Naslednitsy Elyor Ishmukhamedov
[8]
2003 Театральный роман Teatral'nyy Roman Yuri Goldin, Oleg Babitsky
[8]
2004 (not awarded)dagger
[4]
2005 (not awarded)dagger
[5]
2006 В круге первомdouble-dagger V Kruge Pervom Gleb Panfilov 10 series [6]
2006 Грозовые ворота Grozovye Vorota Andrey Malyokov 4 series [6]
2006 Дело о мертвых душах Delo o Mertvykh Dushakh Pavel Lungin 8 series [6]
2007 Ленинградdouble-dagger Leningrad Alexandr Buravsky 4 series [9]
2007 Билет в гарем Bilet v Garem Vadim Sokolovsky 8 series [9]
2007 На пути к сердцу Na Puti k Serdtsu Abay Karpykov 10 series [9]
2008 Диверсант. Конец войныdouble-dagger Diversant. Konets Voyny Igor Zaitsev 8 series [10]
2008 Преступление и наказание Prestuplenie i nakazanie Dmitry Svetosarov 8 series [10]
2008 Танкер танго Tanker Tango Bakhtyar Khudojnazarov 6 series [10]
2009 Без Вины Виноватыеdouble-dagger Bez Viny Vinovatye Gleb Panfilov 2 series [11]
2009 Братья Карамазовиы Brat'ya Karamasovyy Yuri Moroz 8 series [11]
2009 Галина Galina Vitaly Pavlov 8 series [11]
2010 Веребное Воскресеньеdouble-dagger Verebnoe Voskresenye Anton Sivers 8 series [12]
2010 Котовский Kotovsky Stanislav Nazirov 8 series [12]
2010 Пелагер и белый бульдог Pelager i belyy Bul'dog Yuri Moroz 8 series [12]
2011 Достоевскийdouble-dagger Dostoyevsky Vladimir Khotinenko 8 series [13]
2011 Баллада о бомбере Ballada o bombere Vitaly Borobyev 8 series [13]
2011 Пётр Первый. Завещание Pyotr Pervy. Zaveshchanie Vladimir Bortko 4 series [13]
2012 Белая гвардияdouble-dagger Belaya gvardiya Sergey Snezhkin 8 series [7]
2012 Дело гастронома № 1 Delo gastronoma No. 1 Sergey Azhkenazi 8 series [7]
2012 Охотники за бриллиантами Okhotniki za brilliantami Alexander Kott 8 series [7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nikita Mikhalkov". Russkiy Mir Foundation Information Service. Archived from the original on 27 July 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  2. ^ Телевизионное кино в СССР [Television Cinema in the USSR] (in Russian). Encyclopedia of Contemporary Cinema. Retrieved 11 May 2013.
  3. ^ a b c d Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2002 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2002] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  4. ^ a b Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2004 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2004] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  5. ^ a b Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2005 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2005] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  6. ^ a b c d Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2006 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2006] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  7. ^ a b c d Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2012 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2012] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 7 October 2013. Retrieved 10 May 2013.
  8. ^ a b c Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2003 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2003] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  9. ^ a b c Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2007 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2007] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  10. ^ a b c Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2008 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2008] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  11. ^ a b c Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2009 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2009] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  12. ^ a b c Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2010 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2010] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  13. ^ a b c Номинанты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2011 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2011] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 7 October 2013. Retrieved 10 May 2013.

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