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Anna Akhmatova And Arthur Lurie. Word And Music (12+)

Russia, 2011, colour, 52 min.
Director: Vladimir Nepevny
"That imbecile grandiose who does not know Lourie!" – Vladimir Mayakovsky once proclaimed. At the beginning of the century, the name of this composer and musician thundered no less than the names of Prokofiev or Stravinsky. The star of the Stray Dog Cafe, a colleague of Khlebnikov, Miturich, Annenkov and Mandelstam, after the revolution he headed the music department of the People's Commissariat for Education, becoming the main one in the country "for music". At the same time, his affair with Anna Akhmatova took place. They lived together for only a few years, until Arthur Lourie decided to leave for the West. They were able to write to each other again almost half a century later... People's Artist of Russia Svetlana Kryuchkova and People's Artist of Russia Valery Kukhareshin were filmed in the film. Artur Lurie's music was performed by the "XX century" ensemble under the direction of Maria Khodina, grand pianos Sergei Oskolkov and Daniil Yekimovsky, soprano Victoria Evtodyeva.

Vladimir Nepevny

Vladimir Nepevny

graduated from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Odessa University (1989) and the Faculty of Theater Studies of Russian State Institute of Performing Arts (1997). In 1996-2002, he worked at the CTB Film Company. In 1996-1999, he was the director of the "Line of Cinema" program on the First Channel (Russia)l. Curator of the film festival "A-cinema" (Museum of Anna Akhmatova).

FILMOGRAPHY

Kira, 2003; Kuryokhin, 2004; Ilya+Marusya. Letters About the Love, 2006; Victors, 2007; Anna Akhmatova and Artur Lurie. Word and Music, 2010; Victor Sosnora. Alien, 2011; Paustovsky. The Last Chapter, 2012; GESLO. The Lost Expedition, 2015; Valery Koshlyakov. Elysium, 2017; Gayvoronsky: Passing Moments, 2018; Koulakov’s Supreme Ultimate, 2019.
Russia, 2011, colour, 52 min.
Director: Vladimir Nepevny
"That imbecile grandiose who does not know Lourie!" – Vladimir Mayakovsky once proclaimed. At the beginning of the century, the name of this composer and musician thundered no less than the names of Prokofiev or Stravinsky. The star of the Stray Dog Cafe, a colleague of Khlebnikov, Miturich, Annenkov and Mandelstam, after the revolution he headed the music department of the People's Commissariat for Education, becoming the main one in the country "for music". At the same time, his affair with Anna Akhmatova took place. They lived together for only a few years, until Arthur Lourie decided to leave for the West. They were able to write to each other again almost half a century later... People's Artist of Russia Svetlana Kryuchkova and People's Artist of Russia Valery Kukhareshin were filmed in the film. Artur Lurie's music was performed by the "XX century" ensemble under the direction of Maria Khodina, grand pianos Sergei Oskolkov and Daniil Yekimovsky, soprano Victoria Evtodyeva.