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Andrei Zagdansky

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Name  Andrei Zagdansky
Role  Filmmaker
Parents  Yevgeniy Zagdanskiy

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Movies  Vasya, My Father Evgeni, Orange Winter, Konstantin and Mouse, Interpretation of Dreams, Vagrich and the Black Square
Nominations  Nika Award for Best Popular-Science Film
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2015.12.05 "Vagrich and Black Square", presentation of film by Andrei Zagdansky

Andrei Zagdansky (born March 9, 1956) is an American and Russian/Ukrainian independent documentary filmmaker.


My Father


Zagdansky attended Kiev State Institute of Theatrical Arts, graduating in 1979. He worked as a film director for Kievnauchfilm studio in Kiev from 1981 through 1988, and at film studio Thursday from 1988 through 1992. In 1991, Zagdansky traveled to the United States at the invitation of the Film Society of Lincoln Center to present his Freudian film Interpretation of Dreams at the New Directors/New Films Festival at the Museum of Modern Art. Immigrating to the United States in 1992, he worked as a free-lance producer for the now defunct Russian-American Broadcasting Company from 1992 through 1999. He has also taught several film classes at New School University.

Filmography as a director/producer

  • 2014: Vagrich and the Black Square
  • 2013: Trottoirs de Paris
  • 2010: My Father Evgeni
  • 2007: Orange Winter
  • 2006: Konstantin and Mouse
  • 2002: Vasya
  • 2001: Six Days
  • 1992: Two
  • 1990: Interpretation of Dreams
  • 1988: Registration
  • References

    Andrei Zagdansky Wikipedia

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