25 August 1944 |
Kem, Karelo-Finnish SSR, Soviet Union
|Years active||1970 - present|
Sergei Alexandrovich Solovyov (Russian: Серге́й Алекса́ндрович Соловьёв) (born 25 August 1944, in Kem, Karelo-Finnish SSR) is a Russian director, producer, writer and actor. He was awarded by the Russian SFSR People's Artist title.
Solovyov studied at all-Soviet state Institute of Cinematography, worked in Leningrad TV and Mosfilm studio (1969–1987, film director, writer, producer). In 1975, he won the Silver Bear for Best Director at the 25th Berlin International Film Festival for his film Sto dney posle detstva.
Solovyov contributed to the Russian rock movement of the perestroika era, with such films as "Assa" (1987, starring rock musicians Afrika (Sergei Bugaev), Viktor Tsoi, Sergey Ryzhenko) and "Chyornaya roza - emblema pechali, krasnaya roza - emblema lyubvi" (1989). Both Soviet films prominently feature Russian rock music in soundtracks, especially by Boris Grebenshchikov and his band Akvarium.
He directed "Dyadya Vanya" (Uncle Vanya, Maly theatre) and "Chayka" (Taganka Theatre, 1994). Solovyov was a professor of Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography and the chairman of Cinematoghapher's Union of Russia from 1994 to 1997. In 2000 he was a member of the jury at the 22nd Moscow International Film Festival.
- The stationmaster (Станционный смотритель, 1972)
- One Hundred Days After Childhood (Сто дней после детства, 1974)
- Wild Pigeon (Чужая белая и рябой, 1986)
- Assa (Асса, 1987)
- Black Rose Is an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose Is an Emblem of Love (Чёрная роза — эмблема печали, красная роза — эмблема любви, 1989)
- Dom pod zvyozdnim nebom (Дом под звёздным небом, 1991)
- Tender Age (Нежный возраст, 2000)
- 2-Assa-2 (Асса-2, 2008) - a sequel to ASSA
- Anna Karenina (Анна Каренина, 2009)
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