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Mikheil Chiaureli

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Name  Mikheil Chiaureli

Role  Film director
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Born  6 February 1894 (1894-02-06) Tiflis, Russian Empire(now Georgia)
Occupation  Film directorScreenwriter
Died  October 31, 1974, Tbilisi, Georgia
Spouse  Veriko Anjaparidze (m. 1914–1974)
Movies  The Fall of Berlin, The Vow, The Unforgettable Year 1919, They Wanted Peace, Khabarda
Children  Sofiko Chiaureli, Otar Chiaureli, Ramaz Chiaureli
Grandchildren  Nikoloz Shengelaya, Alexander Shengelaya
Similar People  Veriko Anjaparidze, Sofiko Chiaureli, Mikheil Gelovani, Giorgi Shengelaia, Kote Makharadze

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Mikheil Chiaureli (Georgian: მიხეილ ჭიაურელი, Russian: Михаил Эдишерович Чиаурели, 6 February 1894 – 31 October 1974) was a Soviet Georgian actor, film director and screenwriter. He directed 25 films between 1928 and 1974. He was awarded the Stalin Prize six times, twice in 1941, 1943, 1946, 1947, and 1950.


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In early life Chiaureli studied in a trade school and then worked for a while as a locksmith. Starting in amateur dramatics he became a professional actor aged 20 and worked as both actor and stage-decorator at the Tbilisi theatre. After 1917 he studied acting formally at the Tbilisi Academy of Arts.

Chiaureli won four Stalin Prizes and became a Deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.

Selected filmography

as actor
  • Arsen Dzhordjiashvili (1921) as star of the first Soviet film made in Georgia
  • The Suram Fortress (1922)
  • as director
  • The First Cornet Streshnev (1928)
  • Saba (1929)
  • Khabarda (1931)
  • The Last Masquerade (1934)
  • Arsen (1937)
  • The Great Dawn (1938)
  • Georgi Saakadze (1943)
  • Klyatva (The Vow) (1946)
  • The Fall of Berlin (1949)
  • The Unforgettable Year 1919 (1952)
  • The Widow Otarova (1957)
  • The Story of a Girl (1960)
  • Generals and Daisies (1964)
  • Any Other Time (1967)
  • References

    Mikheil Chiaureli Wikipedia