Andrei Tarkovsky

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Noun1.Andrei Tarkovsky - Russian filmmaker (1932-1986)
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He grew up intrigued by the stories of Andrei Tarkovsky, the renowned Soviet director, who spent his last few months finishing his film after he was diagnosed with cancer.
The films and filmmakers within the section are unsurprising: from an exploration of Ingmar Bergman's existential "Silence Trilogy," to the enigmatic and iconic cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky, to the 2008 parabolic film with the same title, Doubt, these are films exploring the very nature of religious uncertainty.
And Soderbergh's version of Solaris by Andrei Tarkovsky, despite being looked at askance by some critics who thought he had no business taking on such a revered classic, was actually a very interesting, intelligent and worthwhile film.
Stalker (1979/Russia), by the master director Andrei Tarkovsky and with music composed by Eduard Artemev, will be screened on Sunday at 7.
The screenplay of the film is highly influenced with Andrei Tarkovsky and Shadi Abdel Salam.
Nostalgia (1983) (Film4, 1am) The penultimate feature film from director Andrei Tarkovsky, who also made the sci-ficlassic Solaris, stars Oleg Yankovskiy as Russian poet Andrei, who travels to Italy to research the life of an 18th-century composer.
Diaz, who won this year the Golden Lion at the Venice fest (for 'Ang Babaeng Humayo') and the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize at the Berlinale (for 'Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis'), joins such masters as Stanley Kubrick, Orson Welles, Wong Kar-wai, Francis Ford Coppola, Hayao Miyazaki and Andrei Tarkovsky in the Mubi catalogue.
To closely examine this connection, Harverty Rugg focuses on specific male film authors, including Ingmar Bergman, Francois Truffaut, Woody Allen, Pedro Almodovar, Werner Herzog, Andrei Tarkovsky, Federico Fellini, and Lars von Trier.
In the series "Cannes Classic," digitally restored masterworks will be shown, among them films by Andrei Tarkovsky, Kenji Mizoguchi and Jean-Luc Godard.
The film also known as 'The Passion According to Andrei' is a Russian film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky from a screenplay written by him and Andrei Konchalovsky.
During the Thaw, as this kind of politicized Father imagery tended to fade in the absence of an Almighty leader, explicitly or implicitly religious patterns penetrated the cinematic fictional world, re-enacting, such in the case of Andrei Tarkovsky (Zvyagintsev's acknowledged model), religious scripts and ambiguous figures.