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Kira Muratova (I) (1934–2018)

Kira Muratova was born on November 5, 1934 in Soroca, Romania [now Moldova]. She was a director and writer, known for The Tuner (2004), Vtorostepennye lyudi (2001) and Eternal Homecoming (2012). She was married to Yevgeni Golubenko and Aleksandr Muratov. She died on June 6, 2018 in Odessa, Ukraine. See full bio »


(age 83) in Odessa, Ukraine

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The Tuner Director
Chekhov's Motifs Director


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 2009 Dummy (Short)
 2007 Two in One
 2005 Certification (Short)
 2004 The Tuner
 1999 Letter to America (Short)
 1997 Three Stories
 1994 Passions
 1972 Russia (Documentary)
 1967 Brief Encounters (as K. Muratova)
 1958 Vesenniy dozhd (Short) (as K. Korotkova)
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Alternate Names:

K. Korotkova | Kira Korotkova | K. Muratova


Aleksandr Muratov  (divorced)  (1 child) | See more »

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Member of the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 1990. See more »

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