Ilya Abramovich Frez (Russian: Илья Абрамович Фрэз; 20 August 1909, Roslavl – 22 June 1994, Moscow), PAU, was a Soviet and Russian film director primarily known for his films for younger viewers. Among his films was the internationally popular I Loved You of 1967.
- First-Year Student (1948)
- Vasyok Trubachyov and His Comrades (1955)
- Trubachyov's Detachment Is Fighting (1957)
- I Loved You (1967)
- Adventures of the Yellow Suitcase (1970)
- Crank from 5th B (1970)
- We Didn't Learn This (1975)
- Could One Imagine? (1981)
- Quarantine (1983)
- Personal file of Judge Ivanova (1985)
- Mira Liehm, Antonín J. Liehm The Most Important Art: Eastern European Film After 1945 1977 Page 324 "Among the more interesting films made for young viewers were the internationally popular I Loved You (Ya vas lyubil-1967) by Ilya Frez (b. 1909)"
- Soviet Film - Volumes 212-223 1975 - Page 28 ILIA FREZ, film director
- David Gillespie, Russian Cinema 2014 Page 89 The fraught nature of male—female relationships is treated with more than a hint of irony by Ilia Frez in his 1985 film The ...
- Film Culture - Issues 63-69 - Page 147 Ilia Frez and Russian Children's Films, by Steven