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Tarkovsky

Andrei . 1932--86, Soviet film director, whose films include Andrei Rublev (1966), Solaris (1971), Nostalgia (1983), and The Sacrifice (1986)
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He had no audience and seemingly no future but he had a rare friend in the late Soviet film director Andrei Tarkovsky -- a towering cinematic figure who saw genius where others saw dangerous thought.
Raghavan has excerpted a synopsis of Russian film director Andrei Tarkovsky brilliant, and last, film.
Von Trier is fundamentally a moralist; a strong adherer to the kind of orthodox spirituality that defined the works of great Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, whom "Antichrist" is dedicated to.
The nation's inestimable contributions to film history, including screenings of several groundbreaking films by some of Russia's most noteworthy directors, including, Sergei Eisenstein, Mikhail Kalatozov, Andrei Konchalovsky, Akira Kurosawa, Mikhail Romm, Larisa Shepitko and Andrei Tarkovsky.
The first movie was by Russian genius Andrei Tarkovsky and moved about as quickly as a very old snail struggling uphill over extremely pointy gravel.
At a basic level, the film is Soderbergh's interpretation of Polish writer Stanislaw Lem's 1961 novel, which was filmed in 1972 by Andrei Tarkovsky.
Sokurov insists that film and video represent "another life"; like his mentor Andrei Tarkovsky ("Andrei Rublev"), he is known for his austerity and constant preoccupation with the relationship between body and soul.
Each year a number of themes are drawn from culture, art and literature as a starting point for inspiration, This year's sources included Franz Kafka's novel The Castle, Chaucer's narrative poem The House of Fame, Edward Hopper's Nighthawks painting, Antoine de Saint Exupery's Le Petit Prince, Pharaoh's Palace from Thomas Mann's novel Joseph and His Brothers, and the film Stalker, by Andrei Tarkovsky.
Nostalghia is not film music in the usual sense, but a tribute to the Soviet director Andrei Tarkovsky, who died in 1986.
I received a warm note of appreciation from the copy editor for In the Country of Last Things when she had finished with the manuscript, saying that the novel reminded her of the films of the Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky, who has a similar gift for finding beauty amid (and in) bleakness.
But there is something unself-consciously searching about his evocations of Franz Kafka and Andrei Tarkovsky in "Imagined States," 2004-2005, a series of large-scale photographs capturing cycles of destruction and reconstruction in the contested Caucasian territory of Abkhazia.
In that sense, his films share close kinship with Michelangelo Antonioni and Andrei Tarkovsky than mainstream Turkish cinema.