BORIS KHLEBNIKOV (Film Director, Russia)

Boris Khlebnikov took a course in film studies at VGIK. He gave his debut with the internationally successful Roads to Koktebel (Koktebel, 2003, co-dir. Alexey Popogrebsky), which won the Philip Morris Award at KVIFF 2003. His next film, Free Floating (Svobodnoe plavanie, 2006), shown in Venice’s Orizzonti section, earned him Best Director at Kinotavr in Sochi, Best Film from the Russian Guild of Film Critics, and Best Film at the Warsaw IFF; the movie was also presented at KVIFF.

His short film Shame (Pozor) was part of the story showcase Short Circuit (Korotkoe zamykanie, 2009), premiered in Orizzonti at the Venice IFF. Help Gone Mad (Sumashedshaya pomoshch, 2009) received its premiere in Berlin’s Forum and, four years later, the director returned to the Berlinale with A Long and Happy Life (Dolgaya schastlivaya zhizn, 2013). His resent film Arrhythmia won Best Film at Kinotavr in Sochi.

Monday, July 10, 2017, 15:00 
AGBU Armenia (2/2 Melik-Adamyan Str.)

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