Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Veteran film director Govorukhin turns 75

The Russian film director Stanislav Govorukhin has turned 75. He says he will celebrate his birthday by inviting friends to an exhibition of his own paintings at the Russian Academy of Arts.

Govorukhin is the author of such popular films as “And Then There Were None”, “Voroshilov Shooter”, “Bless the Woman” and “Actress”.

He has also grown prominent as a painter, he writes belles-lettres and scripts, and is an MP. The peak of his creative endeavour is believed to be his film “The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed”.

Govoukhin was also frequently appeared on-screen. His most recent work is the film “Jazz Style”.

Voice of Russia

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