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Mini Bio:
The most famous Soviet film-maker since Sergei Eisenstein, Andrei Tarkovsky (the son of noted poet Arseniy Tarkovsky) studied music and Arabic in Moscow before enrolling in the Soviet film school VGIK. He shot to international attention with his first feature, Ivan’s Childhood (1962), which won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival. This resulted in high expectations for his second feature Andrei Rublev (1966), which was banned by the Soviet authorities for two years. It was shown at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival at four o’clock in the morning on the last day, in order to prevent it from winning a prize – but it won one nonetheless, and was eventually distributed abroad partly to enable the authorities to save face. Solaris (1972), had an easier ride, being acclaimed by many in Europe and North America as the Soviet answer to Kubrick’s ‘2001’ (though Tarkovsky himself was never too fond of his own film nor Kubrick’s), but he ran into official trouble again with Mirror (1975), a dense, personal web of autobiographical memories with a radically innovative plot structure. Stalker (1979) had to be completely reshot on a dramatically reduced budget after an accident in the laboratory destroyed the first version, and after Nostalghia (1983), shot in Italy (with official approval), Tarkovsky defected to Europe. His last film, The Sacrifice (1986) was shot in Sweden with many of Ingmar Bergman’s regular collaborators, and won an almost unprecedented four prizes at the Cannes Film Festival. He died of lung cancer at the end of the year. Two years later link=Sergei Parajanov dedicated his film Ashik Kerib to Tarkovsky.

Filmography:
Writer (18 credits)
1994 Andrei Tarkovsky’s Taiga Summer (TV Movie documentary) (unpublished short story script)
1986 The Sacrifice (written by – as Andrei Tarkovskij)
1983 Voyage in Time (TV Movie documentary) (uncredited)
1983 Nostalghia (screenplay – as Andrey Tarkovsky)
1979 Beware, Snakes!
1979 Stalker (screenplay – uncredited)
1975 Mirror (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)
1974 Sour Grapes (uncredited)
1974 The Fierce One (uncredited)
1972 Solaris (screenplay – as A. Tarkovskiy)
1971 The End of the Ataman (uncredited)
1969 One Chance in a Thousand (writer – as A. Tarkovsky)
1967 Sergey Lazo (uncredited)
1966 Andrei Rublev (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)
1962 Ivan’s Childhood (uncredited)
1961 The Steamroller and the Violin
1959 There Will Be No Leave Today (TV Movie) (screenplay – as A. Tarkovsky)
1956 The Killers (Short) (screenplay – as A. Tarkovskiy)

Director (12 credits)
The First Day (announced)
1986 The Sacrifice (as Andrei Tarkovskij)
1983 Voyage in Time (TV Movie documentary) (as Andrey Tarkovsky)
1983 Nostalghia (as Andrey Tarkovsky)
1979 Stalker
1975 Mirror (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)
1972 Solaris (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)
1966 Andrei Rublev (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)
1962 Ivan’s Childhood (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)
1961 The Steamroller and the Violin
1959 There Will Be No Leave Today (TV Movie) (as A. Tarkovsky)
1956 The Killers (Short) (as A. Tarkovskiy)

Actor (4 credits)
1967 Sergey Lazo as Bochkarev-White Guard officer (uncredited)
1965 I Am Twenty as Gost (as A. Tarkovskiy)
1959 There Will Be No Leave Today (TV Movie) as Military Engineer (uncredited)
1956 The Killers (Short) as 2nd Customer

Editor (3 credits)
1986 The Sacrifice (as Andrei Tarkovskij)
1974 Sour Grapes (uncredited)
1967 Sergey Lazo (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department (3 credits)
1969 One Chance in a Thousand (script revision – uncredited)
1968 Tashkent, the City of Bread (script revision – uncredited)
1965 The First Teacher (script revision – uncredited)

Art department (1 credit)
1969 One Chance in a Thousand (artistic supervisor)

Production designer (1 credit)
1979 Stalker

Soundtrack (1 credit)
1956 The Killers (Short) (performer: “Lullaby of Birdland”)

Thanks (15 credits)
2021 Last Film Show (acknowledgement)
2019 Occipital Symphony No. 1 (Short) (dedicatee)
2017 Die Farbe Blut (Short) (thanks)
2016 The Well (Short) (the director wishes to thank)
2015 Wear (acknowledgment)
2013 Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (the director wants to thank)
2013 Nymphomaniac: Vol. II (the director wishes to thank)
2013 Back on Earth? (Short) (inspirational thanks)
2013 Brother Sister (Short) (dedicated to)
2012 The Debridement of Rome (Short) (acknowledgment)
2012 All Things Shining (inspirational thanks)
2009 Antichrist (dedicatee)
2007 777 (Short) (dedicatee)
1988 Ashik Kerib (dedicatee)
1987 Wings of Desire (dedicatee – as Andrej)

Self (13 credits)
Boy with a Movie Camera (Documentary) (post-production)
2012 Låt mig se (Documentary short)
2012 Into the Zone: The Story of the Cacophony Society (Documentary)
2008 Meeting Andrei Tarkovsky (Documentary) (as Andrei Andreevich Tarkovsky)
2000 Cinéma, de notre temps (TV Series documentary)
– Une journée d’Andreï Arsenevitch (2000) … Self (as Andreï Tarkovski)
1990 Bygga bilder: Anna Asp om scenografi (Documentary)
1988 Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky (Documentary)
1988 The Exile and Death of Andrei Tarkovsky (Documentary)
1987 One Day in the Life of Andrei Arsenevitch (Documentary)
1984 Andrei Tarkovsky: A Poet in the Cinema (Documentary)
1984 The Road to Bresson (Documentary)
1983 Voyage in Time (TV Movie documentary)
1966 The Three Andreis (Documentary short)

Archive footage (15 credits)
2021 Morceaux de Cannes (TV Movie documentary)
2020 The Andrei Tarkovsky Retrospective (Documentary)
2019 Eshenepozner (TV Series documentary)
– Andrei Tarkovsky: Family, Betrayal of Friends, Emigration and Death (2019)
2019 Andrey Tarkovsky. A Cinema Prayer (Documentary)
2007 Islands: Georgy Rerberg (Documentary)
2007 Personnel et confidentiel (TV Series documentary)
– Cannes, 60 ans d’histoires (2007)
2005-2007 Kak ukhodili kumiry (TV Series documentary)
– Andrey Tarkovskiy (novyy) (2007) .
2004 Legends of World Cinema (TV Series documentary)
2004 Words in Progress (TV Movie documentary)
1996 Andrey Tarkovskiy. Vospominanie (Short documentary)
1994 Andrei Tarkovsky’s Taiga Summer (TV Movie documentary)
1991 Elokuva vangitsee aikaa (Documentary)
1990 Bygga bilder (Video documentary)
1990 Moskovskaya elegiya (Documentary)
1987 Islands (Documentary)

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