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Renowned Film Director Tatyana Lioznova Passes Away
29.09.2011 22:09
Renowned Film Director Tatyana Lioznova Passes Away

Outstanding Russian film director and script writer Tatyana Lioznova has died, aged 87, in Moscow today. She went down in history of Russian cinema as the film director of Three Poplars at Plyushchikha Street (1967), Seventeen Moments of Spring (1973), and The Carnival (1981). “She died after a long illness in the Central Hospital 2 at around 6 pm” – a close friend of Tatyana Lioznova, the editor-in-chief of the Kinoprocess magazine Vyacheslav Shmyrov reported to the RIA Novosti news agency. “She was dying away since March. There were periods, when she came back home for a while, and then returned to hospital again. Tatyana Lioznova was born in Moscow on July, 20th, 1924. She graduated the All-Russian State Institute of Cinema (VGIK) in 1949. Her very first staging - The Memory of the Heart (1958) – was highly estimated by film critics and spectators. She directed only 9 films, but each of them is remarkable. Source: unian.net


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