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Sergey Kolosov
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The ceremony of presenting state awards. Order For merits before Fatherland II degrees awarded film director Sergey Kolosov
The ceremony of presenting state awards. Order For merits before Fatherland II degrees awarded film director Sergey Kolosov
Born (1921-12-27)27 December 1921
Moscow, Soviet Union
Died 11 February 2012(2012-02-11) (aged 90)
Moscow, Russia
Occupation Film director
Screenwriter
Years active 1952-2006

Sergey Nikolayevich Kolosov (Russian: Серге́й Никола́евич Ко́лосов; 1921 - 2012 [1]) was a Soviet film director, writer, and teacher. People's Artist of the USSR (1988), laureate of the Vasilyev Brothers State Prize of the RSFSR (1976), Lenin Komsomol Prize(1968).[2]

Biography

Sergey Kolosov was born December 27, 1921 in Moscow.

Member of Winter War (1939) and the Great Patriotic War.

In 1948 –1951 years, in parallel with studies in GITIS he worked as an assistant director in the Russian Army Theatre. From 1952 to 1955 he worked as the director of the Moscow Theater of Satire. In 1955 he went to work in a film studio Mosfilm and debuted in the cinema film "Soldier's Heart" in 1958.

In 1964 Kolosov as a director he took the first Soviet television serial film "Call Fire for Ourselves". The main role in the TV series his wife sang - People's Artist of the USSR Lyudmila Kasatkina.

At the end of the 1970s Kolosov became a teacher at the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University (Department of Television and Radio Broadcasting).[3]

Sergey Nikolayevich Kolosov died of a stroke, February 11, 2012 in Moscow. Buried February 15, at the Novodevichy Cemetery.[4]

Selected filmography

  • 1958 - Soldier's Heart
  • 1961 - The Taming of the Shrew
  • 1962 - The Cuban novella
  • 1964 - Call the fire itself
  • 1971 - Sveaborg
  • 1974 - Pomni imya svoye
  • 1980 - Appointment
  • 1983 - Mother Mary
  • 1985 - Anne Firling's Road
  • 2002 - Mask and Soul

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