Evgeniy Golynkin

was born in Leningrad in 1951. He graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography, faculty of Directing, the High Courses for Scriptwriters and Film Directors at State Cinema of the USSR. He is the member of the Union of Cinematographers, the member of arts council on the High Courses for Scriptwriters and Film Directors, the member of advisory council of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation on documentary films. He worked at the Leningrad studio of documentary films, the West Siberian studio of a newsreel, the Central studio of documentaries, and the central studio of educational films. Since 1993, he is the director of Clio Studio.


Selected Filmography: Nikolay Lenivkov's Temptation, 1986; At the Threshold of Yamal, 1987; Waiting for a Miracle, 1988; Solar Captive, 1990; The Case of Duel, 1991; Late Date, 1998; Yefimov's People, 2001; The Sampler, 2002; The Main Street of the Country, 2003; Who Will Help the Rescuers; Hello,Willy, 2007; Time of Change 2011; The City of Angels or Private Life of the Artist Pimenov, 2012; After the War, 2013; The Watchmen, 2015; “The Heart" Forty Years Later, 2016; Everyone Wants to Live Forever, 2017.
Special Jury Mention for Cinematographic Approach to Film-Portrait

Everyone Wants to Live Forever (12+)

Russia, 2017, colour, 65 min.
Director: Evgeniy Golynkin
Mental and physical challenges that cardiac surgeons face, are strained to the limit. There are two different opinions. First one is, if you are not fully devoted to cardiac surgery, no distractions allowed, – you can’t be a true professional. The second opinion says, if you don’t have a way of escape, something to distract you, you’ll lose it fast and won’t be able to work to the utmost. The central character of the film is Mikhail Alshibaya who every day saves lives and tries to immortalize himself by collecting the pieces of art.

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