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Gleb Anatolyevich Panfilov (Russian: Глеб Анатольевич Панфилов; born 21 May 1934 in Magnitogorsk) is an internationally acclaimed Russian film director noted for a string of mostly historical films starring his wife, Inna Churikova: In the 1980s Panfilov, a chemist by profession, moved to theatre directing, but also found time to adapt for the screen Alexander Vampilov's play Valentina (1981), as well as Maxim Gorky's Vassa Zheleznova (1983) and Mother (1989). Vassa won the top prize of the Moscow International Film Festival and Russia's State Prize.

Despite the hardships of the 1990s, Panfilov was committed to directing The Romanovs: The Crowned Family, an epic story of the Romanov martyrdom. The film, finally released in 2000, was a sort of family project involving his wife as well as children. It was also his first movie not starring Churikova.

In January 2006, RTR TV aired Panfilov's miniseries based on Alexander Solzhenitsyn's novel The First Circle. The Nobel Prize-winning author helped adapt the novel for the screen and narrated the film.

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Filmography

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Director

  • V kruge pervom (2006) TV mini-series
  • Romanovy: Ventsenosnaya semya (2000)
  • Gamlet (1989)
  • Mat (1989)
  • Vassa (1983)
  • Valentina (1981)
  • Tema (1979)
  • Proshu slova (1975)
  • Nachalo (1970)
  • V ogne broda net (1967)
  • Delo Kurta Klauzevitsa (1963) (TV)
  • Nina Melovizinova (1962) (TV)
  • Ubit ne na voyne (1962) (TV)
  • Vstavay v nash stroy! (1959)
  • Narodnaya militsya (1958)

Writer

  • Romanovy: Ventsenosnaya semya (2000)
  • Mat (1989)
  • Vassa (1983)
  • Valentina (1981)
  • Tema (1979)
  • Vstrecha (1979)
  • Chelovek, kotoromu vezlo (1978)
  • Proshu slova (1975)
  • Nachalo (1970)
  • V ogne broda net (1967)
  • Delo Kurta Klauzevitsa (1963) (TV)
  • Ubit ne na voyne (1962) (TV)

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