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Moderakh

Moderakh (0+)

Russia, 2005, 26 min.
Director: Anatoly Zayakin
He participated in construction of Ekaterininsky and Nikolsky Channels, of bridges, of embankment at Fontanka, of Petergof road and of famous fountains in St. Peterburg, of Tsarskoselsky Palace and of Bolsoy Theater in St. Peterburg, he took part in Russian-Turkish campaign in 1769 – this is the list of deeds that would bring honor, popularity and comfort during frosty years of life. But isn’t it too much for one son of Motherland? This is the question in which authors of the film about Karl Feodorovich Moderakh were interested.

Anatoly Zayakin

Anatoly Zayakin

was born in Perm in 1945. He graduated from Perm State University (1976). He worked as a journalist in newspaper and television and as editor and director in ‘Permtelefilm’ studio. He has been a director of ‘Kinoplanetianin’ studio since 2002.

FILMOGRAPHY

“What a Surprise”, 1990; “A Path For Two”, 1991; “Optimism of Hopelessness”, 1992; “Wrought Chains”, 1993; “Smell of Wild Animals”, 1994; “Naïve Turin”, 1995; “Take-Off Zone”, 1996; “Perm the Great: History and Culture”, 2000; “Decree of Great Treasury”, 2000; “Motovilikha”, 2001; “Mirror and Shield”, 2002; “Forte for Alisa”, 2003.
Russia, 2005, 26 min.
Director: Anatoly Zayakin
He participated in construction of Ekaterininsky and Nikolsky Channels, of bridges, of embankment at Fontanka, of Petergof road and of famous fountains in St. Peterburg, of Tsarskoselsky Palace and of Bolsoy Theater in St. Peterburg, he took part in Russian-Turkish campaign in 1769 – this is the list of deeds that would bring honor, popularity and comfort during frosty years of life. But isn’t it too much for one son of Motherland? This is the question in which authors of the film about Karl Feodorovich Moderakh were interested.