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Grigori Kozintsev (1905–1973)


Grigori Mikhailovich Kozintsev was born on March 22, 1905, in Kiev, Russian Empire (now Kiev, Ukraine). His father, named Mikhail Kozintsev, was a medical doctor. Young Kozintsev studied at the Kiev Gymnazium. There, in 1919, he organized experimental theatre "Arlekin" together with his fellow students Sergei Yutkevich and Aleksei Kapler. During ... See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 6 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Hamlet
Hamlet Director
(1964)
King Lear
King Lear Director
(1971)
Yunost Maksima
Yunost Maksima Director
(1935)
Novyy Vavilon
Novyy Vavilon Director
(1929)

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 1971 King Lear
 1964 Hamlet
 1957 Don Kikhot
 1953 Belinskiy
 1947 Pirogov
 1945 Prostye lyudi
 1943 Yunyi Frits (Short)
 1942 Boyevoy kinosbornik 13: Nashi devushki (segment "Odnazhdy nochyu")
 1941 Odnazhdy nochyu (Short)
 1941 Boyevoy kinosbornik 2 (segment "Sluchaj na telegrafe/Incident at the Telegraph Office")
 1939 New Horizons
 1931 Alone
 1929 Novyy Vavilon
 1927 Bratishka (Short)
 1926 Shinel
 1926 Chyortovo koleso (Short)
 1925 Mishki protiv Yudenicha (Short)
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Grigori Kosinzew
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"The Youth of Maxim" (1935) details the conversion of an ignorant factory worker into a revolutionary in the years 1905-1907. The film, as was part of a series, was meant to make Bolshevism attractive, and it engendered censorship controversies when it was released in the U.S. The police commissioner of Detroit, Michigan, acting as censor, banned the film as being "pure Soviet propaganda and ... See more »

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