Sverdlovsk Film Studio

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Sverdlovsk Film Studio
Corporation
Industry Motion pictures
Founded February 4, 1943
Headquarters Ekaterinburg, Russia
Products Motion pictures
Television programs
Website http://stranamedia.com/

Sverdlovsk Film Studio (Russian: Свердловская Киностудия) is a Russian film studio based in Yekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk). It is a major regional and youngest studio in Russia, that was established on 9 February 1943 in the midst of World War II. A year later, in 1944 the studio has produced its first film Silva – a musical comedy, based on the Austrian operetta "Sylva". This was one of the most popular releases in the Soviet Union that year.

At this studio, situated in the heart of Russia, were shot more than 210 theatrical films and 600 nonfiction films, hundreds of popular-science films, more than 100 animations and over 4500 newsreels.

In 1998 due to the scope of work collapse Sverdlovsk Film Studio was almost in a state of bankruptcy, which has been managed and overcome for several years. United actions of the state, new management team and independent producers during the period 2003-2008 confirmed the competence of Ural cinematograph to create successful projects.

The most popular among modern audience and recognized by Russian and international festivals are the projects created last years: "Eger", "First om the Moon", "Admiral" and the theatrical film, co-produced by Sverdlovsk Film Studio "The House of the Sun"

One of entrances of the studio

Feature films[edit]

  • 2020.Beginning (2020.Начало) - 2012
  • Zoloto (Золото) - 2012.
  • Varvara 3D (Варвара 3D) - 2012.
  • Vlyublen y bezoruzhen (Влюблен и безоружен) - 2010.
  • Istoria lyubvi ili novogodniy rozigrish (История любви или новогодний розыгрыш) -
  • The Golden Snake (Золотой полоз) - 2007.
  • K vam prishel Angel (К вам пришел Ангел) - 2005.
  • Pervye na Lune (Первые на Луне) - 2005.
  • Privet, malysh! (Привет, малыш!) - 2001.
  • Suka (Сука) - 2001.
  • Iz otgjloskov dlyekoi rechi (Из отголосков далёкой речи) - 1996.
  • Sysknot byuro "Felix" (Сыскное бюро «Феликс») - 1993.
  • Makrov (Макаров) - 1993.
  • Predchuvstvie (Предчувствие) - 1991.
  • Pered rassvetom (Перед рассветом) - 1989.
  • Gruz "300" (Груз «300») - 1989.
  • Ohota na yedinoroga (Охота на единорога) - 1989.
  • 55 gradusov nije nulya (55 градусов ниже нуля) - 1986.
  • Jeleznoe pole (Железное поле) - 1986.
  • Taina zolotoi gory (Тайна золотой горы) - 1985.
  • Zyerna vechnogo kolosa (Зёрна вечного колоса) - 1985.
  • Demidovy (Демидовы) - 1983.
  • Semyen Dejnev (Семен Дежнев) - 1983.
  • Zdes tvoi front (Здесь твой фронт) - 1983.
  • Putishestvie budit priyatnym (Путешествие будет приятным) - 1982.
  • I ne konchaetcya doroga (И не кончается дорога) - 1981.
  • Dym otechestva (Дым отечества) - 1980.
  • Bezymyannaya zvezda (Безымянная звезда) - 1979.
  • Privalovskit milliony (Приваловские миллионы) - 1972.
  • Ugryum-reka (Угрюм-река) - 1969.
  • Trembita (Трембита) - 1968.
  • Igra bez pravil (Игра без правил) - 1965.
  • Schestnadtsataya vesna (Шестнадцатая весна) - 1963.
  • Kogda kazaki plachut (Когда казаки плачут) - 1963.
  • Vanya (Ваня) - 1958.'

Animated features[edit]

  • The Pink Doll (Розовая кукла) - 1997.
  • Dobro pjalovat (Добро пожаловать) - 1986.
  • Kutx i myshy (Кутх и мыши) - 1985.

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