Died director Vladimir Krasnopolsky

Died director Vladimir Krasnopolsky

director Vladimir Krasnopolsky


Soviet and Russian film director and screenwriter Vladimir Krasnopolsky died at the age of 90. This was announced on Friday, September 23, in the Union of Cinematographers of Russia.

“In the 90th year of life, our friend and colleague, a member of the Union of Cinematographers of Russia (…) Vladimir Arkadyevich Krasnopolsky, passed away,” reported on the organization’s website. The Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation and the Guild of Directors expressed their condolences to the relatives and friends of the director.

Vladimir Krasnopolsky – People’s Artist of the RSFSR, laureate of the USSR State Prize and the Lenin Komsomol Prize, was awarded a number of orders. He, together with Valery Uskov, made films and television series, including Shadows Disappear at Noon, Eternal Call, Provincials, Taiga Landing, Wolf Messing: Seeing Through Time and others.

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