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The Chairman of the International Jury, Russia

 Is a Soviet and Russian actor of theater, cinema and television, film director, screenwriter and a producer. Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1984), People's Artist of the RSFSR (1989), winner of the USSR State Prize (1981) and Oscar in the category of the Best Foreign Language Film. In 1961 he became a student of acting faculty of the Moscow Art Theatre School. In 1965 he graduated from the School-Studio named after Nemirovich-Danchenko under Moscow Art Theater, in 1970 – had a post-graduate studies at the department of directing at VGIK (workshop of Mikhail Romm).


Directing work:

  • 1976 — Drawing
  • 1979 — Moscow Does not Believe in Tears
  • 1984 — Love and Pigeons
  • 1995 — Shyrli Myrli
  • 2000 — Envy of the Gods


  • Order For Merit to the Father land of III degree (2010) - for outstanding contribution to the development of national cinematographic art and many years of creative activity work.
  • Order For Merit to the Fatherland IV degree (1999) - for outstanding contribution to the development of domestic cinematography.
  • Winner of the Union Film Festival in the Awards for Acting Work category.
  • For the 1973 State Prize of the RSFSR named after Krupskaya (1978) - for the Drawing film (1976).
  • USSR State Prize (1981) - for the Moscow Does not Believe in Tears film ( 1979).
  • Oscar award in the category of the Best Foreign Language Film in 1981 for the film Moscow Does not Believe in Tears.
  • Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1984).
  • People's Artist of the RSFSR (1989).
  • Honorary Astrakhan Citizen (2007).
  • Golden eagle - 2014 award in the nomination for the Best Actor for the role of Edward Balashov in the The Legend № 17 movie (2013) directed by Nikolai Lebedev.


Director of Photography, USA


Hiro Narita entered filmmaking after several years in graphic design and still photography, first apprenticing the craft under an independent filmmaker over three years.


His credits include everything from the classic concert film, The Last Waltz to the HD feature, Technolust. Among his other Director of Photography credits are: Never Cry Wolf, Dirty Pictures, The Arrival, Star Trek VI, James and the Giant Peach, Hocus Pocus, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, and The Rocketeer. In addition, he directed Isamu Noguchi: Stones and Paper, an hour-long documentary about the artist


Over the years, Hiro Narita has received a National Critics Award for Best Cinematography, Best Photography at Boston International Film Festival and three Emmy nominations. He is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.



Was born on 28 November in Moscow.


Roles in Cinema:

  • 2014 Day and Night, D.Astrahan (major role)
  • 2014 House with Lillies (Russia, Ukraine)
  • 2014 Save or Destroy – Katya Mironova
  • 2013 Will be Lucky in Love – Alisa (major role)
  • 2013 My Mummy – Yelena (major role)
  • 2013 Shtirlitz Wife – Valentina (major role)
  • 2013Hope Alibi, Love Alibi – Alisa, Sasha's wife
  • 2011 Glow | Zagrava (Ukraine), major role
  • 2011 Case of a Gastronomer № 1 – Lusya Zakharova, Berkutov secretary
  • 2010 From Heart to Heart – Yulya, Diana's friend
  • 2010 My Love – Alina Chijevskaya (major role)
  • 2010 House of Exemplary Content - Julia Stukalina
  • 2009 At All Latitudes ... - Victoria Pavlovna Panezhina (main role, singer)
  • 2009 Mine - Olga
  • 2009 Golden Country – Lera (major role)
  • 2009 Dnipro Frontier (Belarus) – Anna, the nurse
  • 2008 Hard Sand – Zina, madam Gorobets daughter
  • 2008 The Passenger – Vera Sergeyevna Klark , major role as young widow
  • 2008 Two Fate-4. New Life - Dasha Voloshin (main role)
  • 2007 Olympics. Local Warming of Akhmatova (main role)
  • 2007 My Prechistenka – Sima, Luba's friend
  • 2006 Provincial Passions - Alyona (major role), the journalist
  • 2006 Two Fates 3. Abduction (was not finished), main role of Dasha
  • 2006 Ticket to the Harem – Masha (main role)
  • 2005 Two Fates 3. Golden Cage - Dasha Voloshina (major role)
  • 2005 Poor Nastya - Penkova Polina (major role)


Writer, Curator, Director, United Kingdom


Is a writer, curator and filmmaker specialising in Asian cinema. He is the co-founder, with Tom Mes, of the Japanese film website Midnight Eye.com. His book publications include The Midnight Eye Guide to New Japanese Film (2003), Behind the Pink Curtain (2008),The Historical Dictionary of Japanese Film (2011) and The Creeping Garden: Irrational Encounters with Plasmodial Slime Moulds (2015). He is a regular contributor to Sight and Sound magazine and has curated high profile seasons and retrospectives with, among others, the British Film Institute, Deutches Filmmuseum and the Cinematheque Quebecois. Between 2010 and 2014 he was the director of Zipangu Fest, a London-based festival dedicated to showcasing Japanese independent cinema, and between 2014-2016, the Artistic Director of the Asia House Film Festival. His first feature, The Creeping Garden, a documentary about slime moulds co-directed with Tim Grabham, was released theatrically in North America in 2015.


Director, Script writer, Producer, Kazakhstan


Is a known Kazakh script-writer, director, producer, the most popular comedian and showman. Winner of the People's Favorite 2015 prize in the nomination of The Authority of the Cinematography.

He played for the KVN national team of the Republic of Kazakhstan named Astana.kz in the Higher League in Moscow until 2006. In 2011, Nurtas opens production studio called Nurtas Production. From 2011 to 2013, he makes Escape from the Village television series consisting of three seasons, of which he is also the author of the script, the protagonist, director and producer. In 2014 he made a full-length comedy Kelinka Sabina, which has become the leader of hire in the history of independent Kazakhstan (25 years) and has a box-office on a par with James Camerons Avatar and has collected $ 2.2 million in domestic box office. In 2015, Escape from the village. Operation Mahabbat screens out a new record for attendance in theaters. In 2016, a film Kelinka Sabina 2 was creened out in the theateres and in the same year he made another movie called Taraz, the first project in the genre of drama.