Andrey Antchugov

was born in 1961. Graduated from the Ural State University, Journalism Department, in 1985. He worked as a journalist. Graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) in 1993. Then worked as a film director, scriptwriter and cameraman at the Sverdlovsk Film Studio. From 2000 and until his death in 2002 he was a professor at the Journalism Faculty of Ural State University.


Granny’s Flat, 1990; The Old Testament’s Story, 1992; Pu-Drum, 1994; Fern’s Blossom, The Boulder, In The Memory of The Crocodile, 1995; Glory To Labor, 1997; Ural Revolution, 1999; Zhikhar, 2002.

Granny’s Flat (18+)

Russia, 1990, colour, 20 min.
Director: Andrey Antchugov
Ekaterina and Marina who live in Yekaterinburg are so busy striving with their daily routine and problems that they can’t find time to bury the urn with grandmother's ashes. Even though the apartment in which they live was bequeathed by her.