Yuri Vyacheslavovich Grymov (Russian: Ю́рий Вячесла́вович Гры́мов; born July 6, 1965, Moscow, USSR) is a Russian film director, clipmaker, screenwriter, producer. Member of the Public Chamber of the Moscow Oblast, Academician of Motion Picture Arts.

Yuri Grymov in 2009

Winner of the Epica Awards (1993, 1994) and Kinotavr Festival (1998)[1]

He served as inspiration for the character of Gera Kremov in Grigori Konstantinopolsky's cult crime-comedy 8 ½ $.[2][3][4]

FilmographyEdit

  • Men's revelation (in the novel by Renata Litvinova The Third Way) (1996)
  • Lessons Anita Tsoi (documentary) (1998)
  • Mu-mu (based on the novel by Ivan Turgenev. The new reading of classics (1998)[5]
  • The Collector (based on the novel by Levan Varazi The Collector and His Relatives) (2001)[5]
  • Kukotsky’s Casus (based on the novel by Lyudmila Ulitskaya) (2005)[5]
  • Strangers (2008)[5][6]
  • By the Feel (2010)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Юрий Грымов биография, фото, личная жизнь, семья и жена
  2. ^ Anna Veligzhanina. "Почему фильм "8,5 долларов" 12 лет не пускали в прокат". Komsomolskaya Pravda.
  3. ^ Aleks Exler. "Субъективные заметки о фильмах". exler.ru.
  4. ^ "Охлобыстина и Бондарчука вернули к жизни за "8 ½ долларов"". VokrugTV.
  5. ^ a b c d The Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow: Yuri Grymov
  6. ^ Vagaev Filmproduktion GmbH presents Film by Yury Grimov The Strangers

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