PAVEL SEMYONOVICH LUNGIN (Russian : Па́вел Семёнович
Лунги́н; born July 12, 1949) is a Russian film director. He is
sometimes credited as Pavel Loungine (as in the American release of
Tycoon ). Lungin was awarded the distinction People\'s Artist of
* 1 Life and career * 2 Filmography (as director) * 3 References * 4 External links
LIFE AND CAREER
Born 12 July 1949 in
Lungin was awarded the Best Director Prize at 1990 Cannes Film
Festival for the film
Taxi Blues starring
Pyotr Mamonov . That same
year he took up residence in
He was the librettist for Nikolai Karetnikov 's opera Till Eulenspiegel (written 1983) and Karetnikov's oratorio The Mystery of St. Paul.
In 2006 he directed the religious film The Island which also starred
Mamonov. The film closed the 63rd Venice International Film Festival
and was praised by the
Russian Orthodox Church
In 2009 he was the President of the Jury at the 31st Moscow International Film Festival .
In 2009 he directed the film Tsar with
Pyotr Mamonov and Oleg
Yankovskiy . The film competed in the
Un Certain Regard section at the
2009 Cannes Film Festival
In March 2014 he signed a letter in support of the position of the
FILMOGRAPHY (AS DIRECTOR)
* ^ Лунгин Павел Семёнович
* ^ Указ Президента Российской
Федерации "О присвоении почётного
звания "Народный артист Российской
Федерации" Лунгину П. С." (IN RUSSIAN).
Президент России. Официальное
интернет-представительство. 20 NOVEMBER 2008.
* ^ Биография Павла Лунгина (IN RUSSIAN).
PEOPLE\'S HISTORY. 27 JULY 2007. RETRIEVED 2010-01-26.
* ^ "Festival de Cannes: Taxi Blues". festival-cannes.com.
* ^ "Festival de Cannes: Luna Park". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved
* ^ "18th
* ^ SBU issues entry ban against 140 Russian artists,
Ukraine’s State Security Service bans 140 Russian cultural figures
from entering country,
TASS news agency (5 November 2016) * ^
Gutterman, Steve. "Putin signs Crimea treaty, will not seize other
* v * t * e
Cannes Film Festival Best Director Award