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Yevgeni Bauer (1865–1917)

Yevgeni Bauer was the most important filmmaker of the early Russian cinema, who made about eighty silent films in 5 years before the Russian Revolution of 1917. He was born Yevgeni Frantsevich Bauer in 1865, in Moscow, Russia, into an artistic family. His father, Franz Bauer, was a renown musician who played zither, his mother was an opera singer, ... See full bio »

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Known For

Posle smerti
Posle smerti Director
(1915)
Umirayushchii lebed
(1917)
Sumerki zhenskoi dushi
(1913)
Child of the Big City
(1914)

Filmography

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 1917 Korol Parizha
 1917 Za schastem (Short)
 1917 Nabat
 1917 Revolyutsioner (Short)
 1916 Yurii Nagornyi (Short)
 1915 Posle smerti
 1915 Deti veka (Short)
 1915 Daydreams (Short)
 1915 Tysyacha vtoraya khitrost (Short)
 1915 Leon Drey
 1914 Eyo geroyskiy podvig (Short)
 1914 Slyozy
 1914 Child of the Big City (Short)
 1913 Dyadushkina kvartira (Short) (co-director)
Show Show Production designer (5 credits)
Show Show Writer (4 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Evgueni Ancharov | Eugène Bauer | Evgeni Bauer | Evgueni Bauer | Jevgeni Bauer | Jewgeni Bauer
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Sometimes credited as Evgueni Ancharov, as he used his wife's name, Ancharov, as his artistic name for protection from Russian nationalism during the WWI. See more »

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