Vladimir Makeranets

Vladimir Ilyich Makeranets (Russian: Влади́мир Ильи́ч Макера́нец, born 6 May 1947) is a Soviet and Russian director of photography, producer and film director, Head of the Ural Department of the Russian Union of Filmmakers, president of the Ural Guild of Cinematographers.[1]

Vladimir Makeranets was born in Sverdlovsk. He worked at the Sverdlovsk Film Studio since he was 16, graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in 1979.[2] In 1980 he joined the Union of Filmmakers. As a director of photography, he worked on 56 films, including live action and documentary films. He directed 5 films.

Selected filmographyEdit

  • 2007: The Golden Snake (Золотой полоз) — director, producer
  • 2001: Privet, malysh! (Привет, малыш!, lit. "Hi baby!") — director, screenwriter
  • 1995: Stendovye ispytanija (Стендовые испытания) — director of photography
  • 1993: Ty est (Ты есть, lit. "You exist") — director
  • 1991: Gubernator (Губернаторъ) — director
  • 1990: V polose priboja (В полосе прибоя, lit. "In the surf zone") — director of photography
  • 1989: Moj milyj Chizh (Мой милый Чиж) — director
  • 1988: Budni i prazdniki Serafimy Gljukinoj (Будни и праздники Серафимы Глюкиной) — director of photography
  • 1986: Vremja svidanij (Время свиданий, lit. "Dating time") — director of photography
  • 1985: V streljajushhej glushi (В стреляющей глуши) — director of photography
  • 1984: Dom na djunah (Дом на дюнах, lit. "The house in the dunes") — director of photography
  • 1983: Semyon Dezhnev (Семён Дежнёв) — director of photography
  • 1982: Tem, kto ostaetsja zhit (Тем, кто остается жить) — director of photography
  • 1980: Na beregu bolshoj reki (На берегу большой реки) — director of photography

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Владимир Макеранец переизбран председателем уральского отделения Союза кинематографистов России (in Russian). The Official Portal of Yekaterinburg. 22 April 2009. Retrieved 15 December 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Макеранец Владимир Ильич [Makeranets Vladimir Ilyich]. Biography (in Russian). kino-teatr.ru. Retrieved 15 December 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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